MotoGP » FIM president demands fair racing

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Robert Jones

September 29, 2009 7:40 PM

Couldn't have been much vaguer if he tried, why doesn't he just get to the frickin' point!!!
" This is precisely why this kind of behaviour must be severely punished." -he says - so, who should be or has been punished ??????????

Between the FIM and Dorna they might want to think about letting the boys on the coal face get on with the racing and Stop Introducing Stupid rules/regulations which only play into the hands of those with the largest budgets - that might be a step towards "Fair Racing"

Jeez,, cannot believe I just read that ( it's not April 1st is it??? - perhaps I'll go back and read it again)


steve Jackson - Unregistered

September 29, 2009 8:09 PM

Whilst I agree racing is racing and everyone wants to win, one day someone is going to get seriously hurt with these "do or die tactics" and then the solicitors will get involved and then it is just a downward spiral for the sport we love. If I were Pol Espargaro I too would have wanted to kill Ianonne for his totally ridiculous attemp at a pass on that final bend denying them both a rostrum appearance not to mention a bag full of points. It was just the same on Sunday at Silverstone when Skippy McConnell T boned Steve Plater and nearly knocked him off his bike, but luckily Plater stayed on board. These kind of things can't be aloud to carry on forever, because someone will get hurt.

Paulius - Unregistered

September 29, 2009 8:54 PM

I don't think this rant is focusing on actual racing incidents. He is bitching about comments made after the races.

"comments made by riders that were published by the media"

So what comments were recently utterred that were offensive. Who has slagged off who???

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