MotoGP » Consistency the key for Simoncelli


Marco Simoncelli will concentrate on a set-up for a race distance having struggled to build on his single lap pace.

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shuggiemac

July 20, 2011 10:32 AM

Keep it together Marco - you are the breath of fresh air that Moto GP needed so very much. You have the ability, just don't let the prima donna's attempts at clipping your wings work.

Looking forward to him being on top of the podium very soon and many times.

Old Pete - Unregistered

July 20, 2011 11:36 AM

@shuggiemac,

"Looking forward to him being on top of the podium very soon and many times"

If your going to wait that long, may I suggest you stock up on those old people diapers.....

I think there's a very good reason why Spies waits till the last corner to pass him....

The only thing he adds really is a qualifying hot lap and for the race he keeps everyone guessing with heart in mouth he he is going to take out.

It doesn't matter who you support, when you see the hairy one coming up behind your rider your always waiting for the crash, says it all really.

He'd be a hit in NASCAR.

eminusx - Unregistered

July 20, 2011 1:55 PM

hot laps mean nothing if you aint got the race craft to convert them. .

so far this season he's lacked maturity so he needs patience AND consistency to run with the top three, Casey and Jorge both learned to cool their boots after a season or two.

McbainUK

July 20, 2011 2:05 PM

Yes... can't remember what site I read it on.. motomatters I think but I can't find the article.

The Honda boss said something along the lines of "as it stands only Stoner and Pedrosa will have factory support next year, but it's not final".

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