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Jack Mordino

September 24, 2015 12:29 PM
Last Edited 10 days ago

MotoGP » Agostini tips Rossi as excitement, pressure rises

Jakel: Ducati is a big dent. The 2 years winless and unable the handle the Ducati have knock Rossi from chances of being the greatest. Regardless of numbers. Couldn't win on a bike that someone else could win on. No GOAT. Hailwood Ago then Rossi
Hey hold your horses there mate. Stoner won on the 2007 Ducati against the 2007 Hondas and Yamahas. From then on he only won occasionally, and more often than not he was falling off. It was his choice to risk so much OK but clearly he just couldn't be consistently there. Nevertheless, need to remind you that bikes change significantly from year to year? Rossi rode the 2011-12 Ducatis, QUITE different to what Stoner rode and against QUITE different opponents to what Stoner rode against. It's not the brand sticker on the fairing that makes a bike go around you know.

Jack Mordino

October 15, 2015 12:29 PM

MotoGP » No relationship concerns for Rossi, Lorenzo

Rossi to the journalist: "We are very happy about your interest". Heh the sarcasm in this comment is more than obvious. It's like saying: "Yeah I know what you want, you dirty journalist: news about me and Jorge calling each-other names or making offensive comments or even punching each-other - anything that 'll help you in yellowing-out whatever it is you are writing for."

Jack Mordino

October 11, 2015 6:10 PM
Last Edited 44 days ago

MotoGP » Lorenzo: I'm the fastest, bad luck is costing me

Rossi 2006 Spain 14th Gets torpedoed by Toni Elias at the first turn and falls Qatar 1st Turkey 4th China DNF Mechanical Problem France DNF Mechanical Problem Italy 1st Catalonia 1st Netherlands 8th (injured) United Kingdom 2nd Germany 1st United States DNF Mechanical Problem Czech Republic 2nd Malaysia 1st Australia 3rd Japan 2nd Portugal 2nd (Elias 1st after passing Rossi at last turn) Spain 13th (fell on his own) So Elias did indeed cost Rossi as bad luck but it was the first race at Jerez, and not at Estoril.

Jack Mordino

October 11, 2015 5:20 PM

MotoGP » Lorenzo: I'm the fastest, bad luck is costing me

Bad luck is to suffer from mechanical problems, or to have another rider torpedo into you or anything else that DOESN"T HAPPEN TO EVERYBODY. Everything that is the same for everybody has absolutely nothing to do with luck as regards the final race results. Dealing with conditions is part of racing. Racing is judging who is the fastest by way of recording who crosses the finish line first after a set amount of laps. There's no weather, type of track or other external parameter clause in the rules regarding that. You finish first? You win. FP and QP don't count in the points and it is clearly stated in the rulebook. So, actually Jorge is outright wrong in claiming "I'm the fastest". That's a very generalised and bold statement, since he is behind in the points, and so far all his performances, wins or mistakes were his own doing. And now that I think of it, it was Rossi who had to deal with a rampant and wayward Marquez who tried to torpedo his way ahead at least twice (but to no a

Jack Mordino

October 11, 2015 10:23 AM
Last Edited 46 days ago

MotoGP » MotoGP Japan - Race Results

Yearby23: But I'm sick to death of the childishness on this forum. Where are your moderators? Abusive stupid posts are no longer regulated it seems.
I've read every comment up till yours that I'm replying to in this thread. There has been no serious abuse or insults. You should have been here in 2007. These were the days baybe. The insults, bitterness and hatred would pour in bucketloads out of your screen, flood your keyboard and fry the internals of your computer. Some of the remarks could even call for special academic literary attention. Now it's much better, so please don't ask for unneeded censorship.

Jack Mordino

October 08, 2015 7:44 PM
Last Edited 48 days ago

MotoGP » Official: Nicky Hayden swaps MotoGP for WSBK

Jack Mordino: Hayden is a likeable chap but his career after 2006 has been like a dictionary definition of "regression".
Yes and it had nothing to do with the lousy bikes he was riding. I guess you forgot Rossi didn't do anything on the Duc as well.
Funny you compare Rossi to Hayden. Because the end of 2006 saw Hayden as the champion and they both had the same general opportunities towards more achievements. What happened after that? Rossi got a couple of championships, a load of victories, and is currently leading the championship. Hayden got systematically overshadowed by all his Honda teammates, then regressed from a prominent factory ride to a not so... prominent one (Honda to Ducati), and then to an Open class bike (essentially the bottom level of MotoGP), achieving nothing. Not quite the same eh? And, to de-victimise Hayden completely, it was his choice to go to Ducati, nobody else's.

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