Kropotkin & Hayes: The Best In MOTOGP

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I have been trying to learn about MotoGP and have been pleasantly surprised by all of the terrific racing action and off-track drama. Having said that, Grace has been a terrific tutor on this series for me. That being said, I would be remiss if I did not take a moment to thank Kropotkin at www.motogpmatters.com and Bob Hayes at www.motogpod.com.

These two guys have been a real friend to F1B and I must say that we are indebted to your mentions, presence and kind words. While in some small fashion, let this be our attempt at repaying you for your undeserved generosity toward Formula1blog.com.

If anyone is interested in MotoGP and has not added these two gentlemen to your bookmarks and subscribed podcasts; do so immediately. I have learned a tremendous amount about the sport they love by frequenting their sites and consider them the foremost voices in this sea of MotoGP. There are other sites but none as insightful and informative as these two.

Thank you David and Bob; I am humbled by your kind words and indebted to you both.

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Kropotkin
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Sheesh, I’m blushing here …. but thanks!

Gary Shavit
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Gary Shavit

I couldn’t agree more about Bob and Kropotkin. But I think you got a little mixed up on the podcast. The first Super Bike race was LAST Sunday, February 23 in Qatar not next Sunday Feb. 29. So you missed watching it live, if that was your intention.
Gary Shavit
Netanya, Israel

Negative Camber
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LOL. Grace is not that good with dates. Just ask her. ;)

Negative Camber
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BTW, hello to Israel! Forgot to mention that. Great to have you here Gary.

Grace
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I really have no excuse…

I knew it was soon and so I looked on Speed web site and well I was having a rough night last night… I blame the hamsters.

Oh well, the moral of the message is still the same: watch Superbikes yo!

Paul
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Paul

They were good races too, specially the first.

Yeah both sites are great you can get stats and news a lot of places but the qualative info they provide keeps me coming back.

Also it’s thanks to Bob’s podcast I found this place. :)

I’m an F1 fan but much more of a two wheeled person. I had listened to other F1 podcasts and never found one that held my attention before coming here. You get information and entertainment, plus a friendly welcoming group of people.

Grace
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Glad to hear that Paul. I have the Tivo set to tape both Superbike races but when the race isn’t shown live (which the superbike race never is here) it confuses my poor little brain. I’m going to actually create a schedule so I’m not working on race dates five seconds before recording. :)

Bob Hayes
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Wow! Thanks for all the props for MotoGPod! I agree with Kropotkin, I’m blushing here! OTOH, I doubt MotoGPod has been mentioned on any knitting forums. Formula 1 Blog has truly hit the main stream America! :D

(I’m the usual week and a half behind on things, so ten days later I’ve only just finished listening to Podcast #41. Like I said, I’m behind!)

Negative Camber
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Bob,

Thanks so much for stopping by. It is an honor to have you here posting. It’s great to have a cross-community vibe and reach and I owe a lot of our cross pollination to you and David. Thanks so much and I look forward to hearing your review of the first race. ;)