MotoGP » Stopping race was only option, says Rossi

'I think the decision to stop was correct because in these conditions, the bikes can aquaplane and you can go down in any corner' - Valentino Rossi

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Mark - Unregistered

October 22, 2012 10:14 PM

'love the rain' comments are a joke. If you have raced at National Level as you claim then why aren't you using your real name ???
Me thinks the only national sport you represent is with a clenched fist around a certain part of your anatomy.


October 23, 2012 12:05 PM

There is a way to filter out all the (im)posters who use more than one alias so they can troll and agree with their own comments. At the top of the comments page on the crash website there is a line which reads "Sort Comments Oldest/Newest" and "Filter Comments All/Registered".
Click on "Registered".
Those who are willing to put their name to their comments will register. The chaff will not register as it will take away their cloak of multiplicity.

Arthur Brede - Unregistered

October 23, 2012 9:15 PM

Nice going, Tetley - saving me a lot of keyboarding. Visor fogging is an erratic swine - all the combined expertise of a a several-million-mile courier common room couldn't solve it, antimist, spuds, Fairy liquid (that's for you and all your Master Bates aliases, Ms L.T. Rain), gimmicky helmets and all. Nice going Vale, nicer Nicky, and bigtime congrats to all who stayed on it, to the very last one, and thank Whatever that the injuries were minimal.


October 26, 2012 10:18 AM

@Arthur Brede you are so very right. Two consecutive days last week. Same helmet, same weather. Monday I was misting up all the time and ended up riding most of the time with the visor open. Luckilly I wear glasses. Tuesday no misting problems at all. Weird.

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