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July 10, 2014 8:44 PM
Last Edited 21 hours ago

MotoGP » Marquez, Pedrosa talk ’two strong riders’


I just think Pedrosa (as a rookie) wanted to show he would not be intimidated and tried to re-take Hayden, then going into that corner regretted it (as Hayden was fast on that corner). Both out of the race. Stupid Rookie move by Pedrosa, but he learned by it! Last race (Valencia), Rossi made a rare mistake, showed even the "unbeatable" feels pressure and folds under it. Nicky deserved the title, he raced hard, but alas those that remember that year will think "Hmmmmm" Was so pleased for Nicky though! I used to hate Pedrosa's dead-pan attitude, but away from Puig, at Day Of Champions at Donington, he was always a happy cheerful guy. This household always cheers for Pedrosa, he's one of the good guys.

1050cc

July 10, 2014 8:43 PM

MotoGP » Marquez, Pedrosa talk ’two strong riders’


Brain: He was just a good ole boy who was defying all odds and pulling off the impossible Had it been anyone but his prima donna team mate who had this sense of entitlement about him, it wouldnt have bothered me so much. At the time, it seemed like Pedrosa had the attitude that if i cant win it, my hillbilly teammate sure as hell isnt going to.
True, but be honest, Nicky was FAST in 2006, but he did benefit from Rossi's 4 DNF's due to technical failures (Hayden won 2, Rossi won 5). Recently watched the 2006 Estoril race again. I reckon the reason that happened was because Rossi passed Pedrosa at that corner a few laps earlier then Hayden (rather aggressively) a few laps later. Nothing to do with "if i cant win it, my hillbilly teammate sure as hell isnt going to". I just think Pedrosa (as a rookie) wanted to show he would not be intimidated and tried to re-take Hayden, then going into that corner regretted it (as Hayden was fast on that corner). Both out

1050cc

July 01, 2014 9:18 PM

MotoGP » Racing brothers: Reaching the top


ProfessorX: Aleix Espargaro is faster than Marquez who is slower than Pol but faster than Alex. Thats your running order. Don't forget to add Repsol slush fund to both Marquez brothers for 10,000 bonus points of racing goodness.
By gum lad you don't half spout out constant rubbish. Is it a wind up are do you really believe what you post? Either way... snooor!

1050cc

July 04, 2014 10:44 PM
Last Edited 4 days ago

MotoGP » Marc VDS claims 'binding' Jack Miller contract


@ Jakel "I don't get it. I admired all these riders. Why hate on them. Any of them. MotoGP politics & negative fans......ugly side of this sport." Then on the F1 forum... "LuLu wants to be a gangsta rapper..." Or, on Bradly Smith (who you particularly hate) "What lap of the race will Britain's version of Lex Luther put the M1 into the gravel? I give Chromedome til lap 5. The pace will be quick early and he will push past his limits. Pick a lap folks" Total knobend hypocrite!

1050cc

July 04, 2014 8:47 PM

MotoGP » Marc VDS claims 'binding' Jack Miller contract


WylieCoyote: A letter of intent is not a contract. A letter of intent usually has a use by date. If that date has come and gone then the letter of intent is null and void. At not stage is a letter of intent a binding contract. If Jack Miller says he does not have a contract then what qualifies you lot, without the full knowledge of the circumstances and negotiations, to state as fact that he does have a contract?
@WylieCoyote, come on mate, be honest, you are only saying this because of his nationality. You've always been a patriotic supporter of Australian riders. Right or wrong!

1050cc

June 29, 2014 2:30 AM

MotoGP » ‘Scared’ Lorenzo haunted by Assen injury


I would pity Jorge in 2014, but his veiled arrogance of previous years makes me feel guilty of thinking "HaHa" in 2014 He's obviously got psychological problems this year that he will ultimately overcome, and no doubt be documented in his next autobiography and excruciating documentary (perhaps Bono will direct it! Similar personalities), but perhaps his failure to perform this year will bring him back down to earth, same as #46 experienced at Ducati. I wish him well.

1050cc

June 26, 2014 11:59 PM

MotoGP » Crutchlow: A lot of unexplained things


DamZen1: Journo asks Cal questions Cal replies with his honest answer. Come on Llarry albacore point out his whining, tell you what you have all this season to pick through and come up with some classic Cal whinging, looking forward to reading them. Point is if you don't like Cal don't bother reading the articles about him and don't bother with the negative comments.
Agreed. People say Dovi never complains about the Ducati.... erm, yes he does, and part of the reason you never hear him do so is that he is rarely interviewed, or at least the UK media rarely run articles about him. Cal is a bit too (sometimes) vocal about it and could be more "politically MotoGP friendly" about it (damned if you speak your mind, damned if you don't), but his luck this year is not all down to him. The technical failures have been shockingly bad, and that's Ducati's fault


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