MotoGP » Pedrosa snubs Simoncelli handshake

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dutchpy - Unregistered

July 13, 2011 3:18 PM

Boy oh boy. Is this an example of the new generation MotoGP pilots? Look into the past, how people behave on the track and outside the track. Total lack of human respect!


July 13, 2011 12:22 PM

It was ill judged of Simoncelli to approach Pedrosa at this juncture and unwise of Pedrosa to refute the handshake on Camera. Simoncelli comes out of it as concilitatory and humble, Pedrosa appears ill mannered and worried. Pedrosa and his Manager Puig are well matched.

Sabbath - Unregistered

July 11, 2011 2:44 PM

That's childish from Dani! did Simmo take him out deliberately i doubt it, and that's not the way to act infront of other teammates, shake his hand, then tel him how you feel, Stoner did that To Rossi! and its all over! but what Danni did will just put a feud to the rest of their lives and u know Simmo he is that crazy guy who is not scared of anything!

Riderfan - Unregistered

July 07, 2011 10:45 PM

Pedrosa's still a precocious little child, though! Should've been man enough to shake hands, at least, instead of doing the primadonna impersonation.

I think the others that were present look a bit embarrassed & bemused.....Felt a bit sorry for Marco, perhaps?

fan - Unregistered

July 07, 2011 4:18 PM

For those that are wanting to try and compare Dani and Nicky to Marco and Dani.

1. Dani immediately apologized. He also went to Nicky's trailer after the race and apologized again and asked what he can do to make up for it. Dani had remorse for what he did.

2. Marco who is clearly at fault, claimed no fault and tried to use data as his scape goat. He was pressured into apologizing and everyone knows it. Marco has no remorse.

Dani took Nikcy out for one race, and then helped him in his title fight the next race. What has Marco done?

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