MotoGP » Simoncelli: I can't wait for tomorrow


"I am happy and I can't wait for tomorrow to get back on the bike" - Marco Simoncelli.

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ooj - Unregistered

June 23, 2011 10:15 PM

I've been playing a lot of motoGP 10/11 on my Sony, and interestingly enough, every time i've been knocked off my bike - it was sico. I've learned to avoid him like the plague.
Funny how they got that part of the simulation right.

bike nut - Unregistered

June 24, 2011 5:14 AM

as amusing as it was to have Rossi bag Stoners riding on the Duke last year then look ordinary himself this year it would be even more entertaining for him to be taken out by the terminator after standing up for his riding tactics (the other riders are pussies....)
I can only live in hope

ZZZZZ - Unregistered

June 24, 2011 6:04 AM

Some interesting facts:

Simmo is 24 and is on the best factory ride out there.
6 races for 4 crashes.

Stoner is 25 and has been on a factory ride now for 4 and a half years. First year out wins the WC.

So at roughly the same age who was kicking ass when he got his hands on a decent factory bike that could compete.

Simmo is trying to ride outside of his ability envelope, he cannot hope to keep Stoner in check lap after lap and he crashes.

This is why he is vastly over rated.

Mafiosi - Unregistered

June 24, 2011 6:10 AM

He should at least make himself useful to Honda now and become the linebacker protection for the other HRC riders in with a WC shot.

Problem is he can't work out who's on his team. He's way more likely to take out Stoner or Dovi than he ever would Rossi.

See its that mafia connection again.

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