MotoGP » Riders back qualifying decision, want 'turf changes


"This is racing and if it's wet in some parts of the track you have to try and manage" - Marc Marquez.

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doctorG

October 12, 2013 5:40 PM

Are you completely stupid?

Bradle broke his ankle because it hooked in the astro - is this somehow evidence he and the nine times champ have no balls because they would like it removed?
Given Marquez wants it changed as well, I assume he is also somehow testicular challenged!
Go troll somewhere else.

Or go and actually race something (your testical issue may affect your license chances) and when you have won something and had a championship fall apart because of stupid track management perhaps then you can comment.

PaulW54

October 12, 2013 7:55 PM

Interesting that the riders at Sepang are saying because of the track surface they can't tell if sections are wet or not. I would think that this is where race control and the flag Marshall's are there to let the riders know of adhesion issues.

Dutch69Camaro

October 12, 2013 8:06 PM

@doctorG: I have to agree with the first post because that statement of Marqez was about the track being partly wet...and that makes it more difficult for everyone...so thet need to manage. The part about the astroturf was another issue about they agree it should be removed...

joat

October 13, 2013 2:05 AM

The power of these bikes is insane. They cant handle them on dry tracks let alone tracks that are 'wet & dry'. The power needs to be reduced. Traction control needs to go.

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