MotoGP » Simoncelli on the pace at Imola


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fabbio - Unregistered

September 26, 2009 7:54 PM

why everybody is writing that he should take someody out... just because happened once that he touched bautista, now he should let everybody crash??
he has even been fined when most of race contacts are not...

Steve929

September 26, 2009 8:32 PM

Why we're concerned is because Marco will want to prove himself to the WSBK paddock.

He will therefore attempt to place well and push hard to get the good placement. Also, it's a hometown race.

The concern is that he can afford to push and ride near the limit. What happens along that narrow limit edge? Crashes. If he crashes there's no impact on his WSBk (obviously as it's his 1st race)standings. He's got nothing to lose by pushing.

Our concern is that by pushing he may in fact wipe out and if he takes Haga, Spies Fab and-or Rea with him then this could impact the final WSBK standings.

That wouldn't be fair to any of these guys when Marco's in it basically for sh1ts and giggles.

jimmy - Unregistered

September 26, 2009 8:41 PM

Of course it would not be fair but on the other hand - it's racing and anything is possible. I wonder how many times decided about victories and losses just pure 'luck' (or bad luck)...

jimmy - Unregistered

September 27, 2009 12:49 AM

LOKI: Both WSBK and MotoGP are world championships. Which one of them is the real one? By the variety of riders' and bike brands' nationalities, I would say WSBK is the real one. Anyway, you're just a dead pagan god, so I am losing time here :)

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