MotoGP » 250: Simoncelli wins in Australia, title in sight.


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Plaggie - Unregistered

October 18, 2009 5:26 AM

4 wins out of the last 5 races!!! total domination. For this reason I hope he still gets the title. At this point Simoncelli is class act! the others just can't follow.

Keep it up! only 12 points. Nothing!

Plaggie - Unregistered

October 18, 2009 5:52 AM

So you think they instruct Locatelli to crash and lay down on the track? :rolleyes:

Locatelli hurt himself and wasn't able to walk away. He was laying in a pretty dangerous position. Of course they had to show the red-flag.

This time Simoncelli was a little lucky. Maybe next time Aoyama is.

net - Unregistered

October 18, 2009 6:35 AM

Found it a little ungraceful not even to acknowledge the cause of the red flag in the podium interview or express good wishes for the rider lying unconscious on track just a minute ago, when it's after all his teammate who had that nasty crash.
Instead only: Yes, I'm so happy for the red flag which handed me a win.
Way to go. Champion through and through.

Wiryo Saputro - Unregistered

October 18, 2009 7:00 AM

Locatelli got up by himself, little injured at left hand. It will take only a moment to make track clear. Always controversial when a winner supported by "political decision".

Leele - Unregistered

October 18, 2009 7:14 AM

With two and a half seconds from Barbera, i honestly do not see where the politics come into play. :rolleyes:
I suppose your sports include the wii-fit and a rolling carpet, hey?
Get out more!

Leele - Unregistered

October 18, 2009 8:25 AM

Well, one will have to win the championship, the others will lose it.

Go on motogp.com and re-watch the race: Aoyama has been nowhere near the front for the whole race.
The difference between a 4th and a 7th is a meager 4 points.
Have the race finish, and still he'd be 16 points (instead of 12) ahead, with 50 points to be assigned.

That big of a difference to justify Marco's team-mate, which has been racing for ages with an unblemished record of sportsmanship, crashing out with a massive high-side, potentially injuring himself for good, and of course depositing himself and the bike purposefully in the middle of the track?
Get a grip.

Jonny - Unregistered

October 18, 2009 9:05 AM

conspiracy theorists need to get some sleep!!!


Simoncelli and Bautista are clearly the class of the field. Marco's had a much season and definately deserves to go to motogp as double world champ :)

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