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Laterrus: Rossi Fanboy #1

May 20, 2012 6:35 PM
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MotoGP » HAVE YOUR SAY: Who was your Le Mans star?

Because, Lorenzo wasn't being held up by anybody. The way Rossi's day was going, if he would have been directly behind Lorenzo in the beginning, something tells me we'd really have a reason to be screaming for Rossi today. At one point, Stoner and Rossi weren't but about 2 seconds off of Lorenzo and if Rossi could have made it past Stoner, I think he could have stayed with him. Stoner did a great job keeping him at bay as long as he did.

Laterrus: Rossi Fanboy #1

May 15, 2012 12:03 AM
Last Edited 1293 days ago

WSBK » Double podium keeps Sykes firmly in title fight

All I can say is GREAT WORK Tom! I can't lie, I wasn't much of a fan when he was at Yamaha but, if I were to be honest, it would have been hard for anyone to get light shined on them in that team with Spies being there. Spies had all kinds or mechanical problems and a 80 point deficit to overcome at one point and did it. It was just his year and it was unfortunate for Sykes but, booooooy when he went to my favorite brand, he gained a lot of stock in my book and Kawasaki giving him the chance to succeed is really paying off this year and I'm soooooo hoping he'll take the crown this year! It would be a real life rags to riches story if he did seeing how Paul Bird almost threw him away like an old rag. As far as Miller is concerned, I don't think the Ducs will walk away with it there. There's alot of places for bikes with a lot of power (ie. Kawa/BMW....) to really open up. Part of me thinks the Ducs will be playing catch up all race since the 4s have tons of outright power with fairly go

Laterrus: Rossi Fanboy #1

May 14, 2012 2:29 AM

WSBK » Rea reflects on 'crazy' race two victory

I just rewatched the incident over and over and over and to me, it looked like Rea just barged his way through taking out Haslam in the process. There was NO room for that move. I'm not a fan of either but, it looks like Rea was at fault. The fact that Marco started everyhting is beside the point. Haslam still had a pretty tight line and Rea came in with no room and just bullied him out of the way. That's just the way "I" see it. I'm not a Marco fan either but, at least when he passed people in race 2, he didn't touch anyone. Rea touched people at least twice while passing and that says to me that he was trying to make something out of nothing on more than one occassion today. I agree that it is racing and sometimes there have to be harsh choices made to get to 1st but, there has to be a line somewhere and Rea crossed it in that last race.

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