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Who is the biggest underachiever in MotoGP for 2006?

  • Elias - although he won in Portugal he has been a no show all year

    Votes: 3 4.8%
  • Tamada - RC211V and still strugling for a top 10?

    Votes: 20 32.3%
  • Edwards - Second year with Yamaha and still strugling

    Votes: 17 27.4%
  • Giberneau - Either hurt, in the dirt or getting schooled

    Votes: 18 29.0%
  • Ellison - Careless Chucker is getting the job done, where have you been?

    Votes: 4 6.5%

Biggest underachiever of 2006

2354 Views 29 Replies 14 Participants Last post by  old guy
Who has done the least with the best equipment in MotoGP this year?
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I say all of them.

I will defend Hopper, that bike is a piece of shit, give him a real bike and you'll be eating your words. When then bike works, he's up front. Oh, the shit tires don't help either. Vermeulen may have out qualified him but Hopkins nearly always beats him in the races. Qualifers don't build men, races does-insert Tim's Allans grunting here! :laughing

As for Sete, he was washed up years ago.
Ducati doesn't seem to have any trouble with the tires....

Sure they do, the Ducs are very inconsistent, Capirossi has said so and Sete would start strong and fade, same as the Suzuki's.
The EMGO M4 team did alright on the Pirelli's.
But, if they ran the Dunlops, i bet they would have done better.
Nah, if you watch the 600 or FX in AMA, Barney and his teamate started well then faded by the end of the race. Pirelli still has along way to go.

Dunlop has never been a part of MotoGP so of course they suck. Michelin is the same with AMA and WSB, all they've really done is MotoGP.
Dunlop won some races with McCoy on the 500, that wasn't that long ago
Dude, that was like 4 or 5 years ago, :laughing
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