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Harryx

June 28, 2015 1:49 PM

MotoGP » MotoGP Race Director talks Rossi, Marquez incident


MM's penalty history is long enough. This year he also banged riders out of his way without any penalty. It is ok to try a desperate last lap pass, but if you race like a man, at least loose like a man. MM seems now a little crybaby who doesn't want to accept defeat. That makes him a looser in more than one way. Also he stated that ' he would know what to do the next time if conditions were the same' ... weird statement of a sore looser, who thinks a bike is a boxing glove.

Harryx

June 28, 2015 5:55 AM

MotoGP » MotoGP Race Director talks Rossi, Marquez incident


Livio Suppo looked at the slow motion after the race, and wisely avoided to file an official complaint saying that MM was behind Rossi on the apex. Also likely is that HRC see no advantage to win the WC anymore. MM had been over the limit crashing and running into the gravel just barely avoiding damage to other riders from the first race on The version of MM is a desperate subjective one. He may get a little nervous not winning races anymore..

Harryx

June 27, 2015 11:00 PM

MotoGP » Marquez: I feel that we won the race


Vale4eva:
Paijooooo: What the ****i** different between this and rossi manuver to Sete Gibernau, Rossi was pushed Sete out of track...... The fact for dorna is Rossi always right, you can't blame MM just remember what Rossi did to other rider in the past.. This is such many hypocrite VR fan, Jlo also was pushed off the track in any moment by marquez some contact and Vale fans not blaming MM... Ow......yes exactly double standard here
I can't speak for all Rossi fans, but I'm not bothered with the bold move from Marc, with him you know he will always try. No news there. I'm just super glad Rossi won this one. No double standard whatsoever...
The difference is that Rossi crossed the line first then and now :-)

Harryx

June 27, 2015 3:03 PM

MotoGP » MotoGP Assen - Race Results


SkyWilk: Rossi cut the track. It was obvious he seized the oportunity to just cut the track and win the race, Marquez contact wasn't nearly that hard...
Of course...Honda tried to appeal, but looking at the slomo, they agreed that they were wrong and didn't. MM's move was too hot and too late in the corner, sliding on two wheels into rossi, who, going motor-cross style over the gravel for the deserved win. Next time MM should push his opponent so hard that he can benefit from the move...Rossi knows how to do it the right way...:-)

Harryx

June 03, 2015 10:58 PM

MotoGP » Race direction explains Iannone start line incident


Silicone:
SoSlo: Ducati has been in the championship for over 10 YEARS and HAS A TITLE... they are NOT an open team and going that route was sleazy finally, the Open software IS the ducati software, so the one "negative" that was supposed to come with the choice to go open is not even affective ducati... so to wrap up, ducati get 10% more fuel, get softer tires, get full development rights, all testing they want, and 12 engines for the season... additionally, they get to run their own software... and they still can't win a race... GO HONDA ! GO YAMAHA !!
I'm sure that your little drunken rant makes sense to you. Can't say the same for me.
nothing wrong with his statement. its the truth you can't handle it seems. VW-Ducati are a bunch of loosers, accept the facts

Harryx

June 03, 2015 5:26 AM

MotoGP » Race direction explains Iannone start line incident


Silicone:
Harryx:
SuperSic:
Harryx: VW-duc have a special class ,VW-Duc are factory for the loosers.
Ducati tried to be open, Factory 2 was created for them by Honda and Yamaha... They could have all been Open.
VW-Ducati tried the open ECU and slipped in some extra ducati-features before this.
Interesting stuff. Any info as to what 'extra Ducati features' were 'slipped in', or are you just being creative again? Here's something that is for real - the 2016 ECU
m.autosport.com/news/report.php/id/112991. Its not about 2016 it is about the looser class...stick to it.

Harryx

June 02, 2015 10:04 PM

MotoGP » Race direction explains Iannone start line incident


SuperSic:
Harryx: VW-duc have a special class with Suzuki and Aprilia. Open is another class.VW-Duc are factory for the loosers.
Ducati tried to be open, Factory 2 was created for them by Honda and Yamaha... They could have all been Open.
VW-Ducati tried the open ECU and slipped in some extra ducati-features before this. Dorna decided that that was a mis-interpretation of the "spirit" so they were forced, by the "honest" manufactures, to recognize this regulation loophole and quickly make up some "acceptable" solution. At the moment it is a farce, VW-Ducati is openly misusing their advantages. If they have some pride and stand for competition they would not do this, but they don't care to win honorably...

Harryx

June 02, 2015 9:56 PM

MotoGP » Race direction explains Iannone start line incident


Silicone:
Harryx: A jump start is in a normal definition is a start that was not based on the lights but on pure anticipation that the lights would go out. This wil give you an advantage in reactiontime. If race direction thinks an advantage of "2cm" is not an issue but 0.2s is?
An interesting, but unlikely, definition. Good, creative stuff nontheless.
In Athletics this is the approach. The idea of a correct start is that all wait for a signal ( sound or lights) and then move. If you decide to move before this, be it 1 s. or only 0.2 s it is a false start which means disqualification. Otherwise, in Iannones case, if a race then is won by 0.05 s . which is not uncommon, the loser was tricked by the false starter.


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