Pantah wrote:Are you going to catch up with us motomatters members for a drink on Saturday night at Motegi ?
phil wrote:Krop as a 21 year old living in the states I often had moments like 'Wow- I live in America - This is me' type moments. Did you have any moments where you had to remind your self 'Wow - this is me - I'm not dreaming' moments. When handed your pass did you feel like Charlie winning his golden ticket to the Chocolate Factory?
phil wrote:You talk of chatting with Mary Spies 'off-the-record', are you having to find the parameters of decency regarding on/off the record comments or is there a journalists code of conduct within the paddock?
phil wrote:(I dont give a rats a$$ either way but..) Do you have any formal journalistic experience or qualification or was this born simply of passion?
phil wrote:Did you have any moments of "wow this is totally over-the-top pampering"?
phil wrote:Did you have any moments of "wow I expected more or better than this"?
phil wrote:Will you turn around looking for another named David the first time Rossi walks past and says "Hay David, how you doing?"
phil wrote:Obviously Motomatters.com is your job number 1 but how are you going to use this opportunity to improve the site besides the blog feature?
phil wrote:Will you be at all the races this season?
phil wrote:Can I have a job?
heng47 wrote:Do you have a day job?
phil wrote:Were you at the Fiat Yamaha after party?
phil wrote:Thats for taking the time for that David.
I though more folk would have questions but nevermind.
My latest question is if you had a pre-arranged interview with a Fiat Yam hot shot (JB) would you have time to do the Biaggi thing and put it to us to post possible questions?
ales17 wrote:It takes a lot of b*lls to leave regular job to pursue a dream that you have no idea when it will start bringing the €!
I guess you can always find another regular job!
ales17 wrote:Do you have a plan you can share with us how you gonna turn this to €? Running adds in the page (then we can help to promote the page) or is there something more planed? But if it's not for public jet I'll wait for the right time!
8 dirt wrote:Some time ago I learned that the native americans of the extreme north had a dozen or two different names for snow of different types.
I wondered the other day if moto racers may have anything like this in their connection to the asphalt of the race track...unique words
that have meaning among themselves or to their crew that describe differences between tracks, or regions of a single track...curious.
phil wrote:Unrelated but a question to youself nevertheless David.
Would it be possible to put a search engine within the main site, so if I want to re-read the MotoGP 2009 Motegi race review and results (as I just did) I could simply type it in and there you go?
On the Yamaha Headquarters shots,,, How close to running condition are those Fiat bikes.. I assume that they are from last year.. Are they , gas,oil and go?? , or are they "hollow" or intentionally missing ,,electronics?
phil wrote:OK here's a question that may be impossible to honestly answer without effecting future possible interviews.
I'm as guilty as anyone of taking cheap shots at Alberto Puig, so have you had a conversation with him?
How does he come across in person?
Is his bad press justified?
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