MotoGP » 125: Simon wins as leaders crash and fight.

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dorna dorni - Unregistered

September 06, 2009 10:59 AM
Last Edited 2346 days ago

all I can say is Iannone,go to racing school first before go to the track! Espargaro should have won the race if you stupid ***** didn't make the ost stpidest move ever seen in international racing.

Joseph Goober - Unregistered

September 06, 2009 11:24 AM

Another ordinary peformace from Smith who like Toseland is on the best bike in the field. One has to question why Dorna continue on with these 2 over rated Brits. Dorna need to stop and take a look. The majority of brits follow Vale, so there is no need to the token brits to take up rides of those with a load more talent.

Nitro - Unregistered

September 06, 2009 11:25 AM

Is it fair to say "this is racing so grow some balls and toughen up"? Iannone was aggressive and reckless and should be punished otherwise may as well give me a bike. I can also crash into people. I would think being a professional racer you should be hungry to win but also have the brains and integrity to take the blame if you screw someone. Does bike racing have the same sanctions at F1 where a competitor can be punished in the next round either by being banned or being started from the back of the grid?

FooAtari - Unregistered

September 06, 2009 11:25 AM

Don't agree Plymouth, that was not hard racing, that was stupid racing.

He was to desperate to win his home race and he let that desperation take over from his judgement. He was going down before he was even at the apex as he went in FAR to hot.

There is hard racing when you have chance, and there is knowing when you have been beat. Iannine needs to learn the difference.

Richard Mushet

September 06, 2009 12:22 PM

Third time lucky, maybe? Why does Crash delete my posts, yet the guy who mixes up the 'C' and the 'K' in another expletive doesn't get his post deleted?

Anyway, Iannone rides like a muppet at the best of times and has almost wiped out Gadea and has wiped out Pol in the last two rounds, nevermind the other incidents he's been involved in this season.

Great to watch when he's not absolutely on the edge, but bl00dy dangerous when he's pushing himself and putting other riders in needless danger and causing plenty of damage (i'd hate to think how much that Derbi will cost to repair...)

I still think Pol should've chinned him after the cheeky little b*st*rd nutted him.

Tyrone - Unregistered

September 06, 2009 12:24 PM

Mr. Joseph, I must take issue with you on your strange comparison between Toseland and Smith. When did Toseland put his bike on pole and when did Toseland win a race?. Your contribution is more about your dislike of British riders than their lack of talent which in Smiths case is simply untrue. Other than that your contribution to the debate was simply outstanding!!!!

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