MotoGP » Simoncelli opens up – and is not afraid to offend...


Simoncelli announces his arrival in MotoGP with a few statements that are bound to ruffle a few feathers...

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yzrm10 - Unregistered

May 06, 2010 5:47 PM

good man Marco.the sport needs cats like this.damn right women shouldnt be in it,its all just publicity when they sign for a team,suckin up to the feminists.and why is he a complete c**t for sayin what he feels?some of us still behave like men and arent beaten down by the right-on,pc brigade.hope he ends up at yamaha,only thing i have against him is being on a c**t bike honda.

RMedia

May 06, 2010 5:59 PM
Last Edited 1448 days ago

If you want to hear p.c. talk go and watch Miss World pagent, pleanty p.c. talk, plenty girls there too... cut a few ribbons, kiss a few babies... jeesus... he is talking sense and yes if you heard the mentioned rider's talk and hearing what they are saying in Spanish, you'd call them girls too... nope, sorry, pussies :p

Dray

May 06, 2010 6:02 PM

This young man is a bit too outspoken. The women stuff he should definetly not have touched, especially with the success that women have brought to many sports. With the like of Martina Hingis, Williams sisters, Danica Patrick, Lindsey Vonn, Lalia Ali, Cathy Freeman, Surya Bonaly, Mia Hamm, and the list could go on forever.

Valentino Rossi definitely needs to mentor him to shutup about certain topics. Simoncelli especially needs to shutup and let his riding do the talking. What he did in 250's does not necessarily translate to him becoming a WC in Motogp 800. Pedrosa could easily tell him about that.

Hopefully Vale will have a good talk with him.

alex - Unregistered

May 06, 2010 6:09 PM

He is wrong about MOTOGP not needing girls, who wants to see Grid Boys ?

He has got the Spanish spot on though, bottleless girls blouses the lot of them.

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