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Harryx

December 24, 2014 7:13 PM
Last Edited 27 days ago

MotoGP » MotoGP Star of the Year vote: 1st


MM didn't "deserve" anything here. It's just a democratic vote showing who is the rider that beat the odds of the pessimists. Rossi has most fans and his yellow optimism will burn away all pessimism by working hard, never giving up and ride the hell out of his bike. At the end the results told the tale and made others just shut up. Anyone could have expected it ...I'm sure he'll give it all he's got in 2015. MM's good and has a right spirit but, hey, you can't compare VR and him...lets see in 15 years where MM ended up. until then we all know who is the GOAT ..certainly of many hearts and that is what counts :-)

Harryx

November 09, 2014 1:16 PM

MotoGP » Moto3: Jack Miller wins, Alex Marquez champion


AM's title has the bitter dark edge of unfairness. Miller is the more deficated racer and deserved the WC. The infamous Aragon incident where AM pushed Miller out on the slippery part of the track with Miller nowhere to go considered as" an accident "by race direction, is controversial to say the least. Especially because AM handed himself... a 20 point advantage which, in the course of the season, just got lost again.When it mattered most he couldn't rely on his racecraft to deliver even at his home race. Yes theoretically he has the title, but even he probably must feel he sort of stole it in aragon. That was the buffer he needed and completely lost to miller...one more race...

Harryx

November 09, 2014 3:10 PM
Last Edited 77 days ago

MotoGP » Moto3: Jack Miller wins, Alex Marquez champion


papcicles: Utter bias, approaching lies. In Aragon, Marquez was in front and stayed on the dry line. Miller tried to force him to move and went down. Miller has deliberately skittled people off line and sometimes off their bikes all season (Mugello?)
Without that advantage AM would never have won the WC He just wasn't convincing when it mattered...Miller was. As I said, He had to rely on the 20 point advantage from Aragon...bitter really.

Harryx

November 09, 2014 10:23 PM
Last Edited 78 days ago

MotoGP » Moto2 Valencia - Race Results


Yearby23: Harryx What would handing Vinales a penalty point do? It was the last race of the season...2nd in the championship was already wrapped up with both of them in the kitty litter...
well...penalty points have a lifecycle of 1 year so vinales would have all of next season a penalty point. I assume even in MotoGP otherwise they would be useless. Its just so "random" pro-Spanish. if Bradl makes an unwanted error and kicks out Espargaro you get a penalty-point . If Vinales does a carbon copy of that to Kalio he doesn't even get an investigation. Read it as : if you are not Spanish you are "fkd". That is how I see it. I'm not into conspiracies, but hey, this one is too obvious. Sorry.

Harryx

November 09, 2014 5:15 PM
Last Edited 78 days ago

MotoGP » Moto2 Valencia - Race Results


Can anyone explain the difference between the Espargaro/ Bradl and Kallio/ Vinales accident other than the direction of the curve and the fact that Espargaro and Vinales are spanish. I do not want to insinuate anything, but I'm trying to find a significant, objective difference on why they gave Bradl a punishment for a year and let Vinales just go free without mention. Something is wrong here...Anyone?

Harryx

November 01, 2014 11:31 AM

MotoGP » Rossi: Stoner at Laguna my best battle


Desh: I'm a Stoner fan, and I love that race as well. I know Rossi won that battle and he rode a smart race by preventing Stoner from being able to run the super committed lines the Ducati needed to run to be fast, but the reason I like watching that race is seeing how Stoner wrestled that under steering Duc around such a tight circuit at such a speed that if Rossi on the superior Yamaha had allowed Stoner even 1 complete clear lap at the front the race would have been over.
mmh onesided. Remember it was 2008 that is 1 year after Stoners WC on the ultra fast Ducati which, in comparison, was the better or at least equally fast 800cc bike. The Ducati powered past on every straight and semi-straight. The Yamaha was able to outbrake stoner allowing Rossi to control the race. Both were equal over a lap and had different advantages, Stoner lost his nerve which is, sorry, not untypical for him...

Harryx

October 26, 2014 2:24 PM

MotoGP » Rossi: Sepang podium long time coming


Sorry to see that the Yamaha, that improved really a lot was simply lacking topspeed on the ultra long straights. He had to fight back on the infield and lost just purely on blunt straight out Honda power. In the end Rossi backed off sliding over the front. Lorenzo said he was not fit enough, but he was the only one on the hard tire. Seems to me like Rossi's got 2nd nailed.

Harryx

October 20, 2014 1:36 PM

MotoGP » Valentino Rossi wins dramatic Australian MotoGP


lompico:
shamarone: re: "Ok so Marquez crashed." not sure it would've mattered. Ross had his tail up and was lapping faster. if not for the ridiculous inter-team scrimmage of him and Jay trading paint, Marquez would've been run down and passed... and not in the final laps either, but fairly early.
Poppycock, Speculation! no one could possibly know this. MM pulled 4 sec in 15 laps and slowed down, see his comments.
No speculation...He had to slow down because his riding style and set-up were not up to the conditions. This, and he should have known it, was further cooling down his tires, forcing the ultimate error fueled by over confidence. Obviously he could have stayed upright by riding slower, further cooling down his tires...in the end he would either still have crashed or, if playing safe, which is not his style, would not have finished on 2nd or 3rd...He crashed being to proud to give in and interpret the conditions correctly


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