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Sump Rat

October 28, 2011 9:02 AM
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MotoGP » Friends, rivals salute Simoncelli at funeral ceremony


R.I.P. Super Sic. @ Carmen centennial Junior Very hard to say, from what I saw on the tele it was one of those moment where the bike slides and grips, slides & grips again. it looked as if Simmo had lost his balance and slipped a little to the inside of the bike. on TV Marco came back onto the screen from the left turning sharply to the right and was hit by Colin Edwards and V. Rossi. both of whom had nowhere to go. AMCN quote Wayne Rainey who says "..the bike keeping him pinned & just going across. he was stuck under the bike, it must have had just enough angle to where the tires would still grip. he was pinned under it where he couldn't get out from under it.It kept coming around on him & kept pinning him. " The sport is danger it always has been it always will be. Die young & stay gorgeous. EDIT by CRASH.NET! Unsubstantiated accusation removed.

Sump Rat

October 18, 2011 8:03 AM

MotoGP » Honda reacts to long-awaited MotoGP title success


Congratulations to Honda and Casey Stoner. Congratulations to the entire team. they prove again that you do not need Jeremy Burgess to win the title. @ gsxrr1000 in my opinion it is the rider. Not the bike! if Dani or Dovi could have won the championship they would have do it by now. Casey's first year on a bike built for other riders and Stoner takes the title with nine wins from sixteen races. the bike is basically the same bike that all the Honda riders have. When Simmo rode the RC 212v flat out he was as fast as The Case. Casey's only D.N.F. was at Jerez...


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