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Jack Mordino

March 06, 2016 12:13 PM

MotoGP » Hamilton: Rossi is incredible, I need to try a MotoGP bike


HelloSweden: of course everybody knows, If a public figure said any motogp rider except Vale being first to mention as the best, they'll become enemy right away. that's why Cal mentioned Vale-Marc-Casey. He mentioned Vale just because he afraid with yellow brigade. the truth is, Vale was nothing compare to Marc. remember 2014-2013, when yama-honda at their best bikes w/o problem.
So in your mind it is really impossible for someone to really like Rossi and express it publicly. There HAS to be another reason right? Don't you understand that projecting your own view on the world onto others only makes you talk nonsense?

Jack Mordino

March 10, 2016 10:22 PM

MotoGP » Know the Michelin MotoGP tyre markings!


Different tyre manufacturers was the norm for decades. Occasionally it provided with interesting racing because of the differing characteristics, for example one brand would grip more at the beginning but fade fast past mid-point, another would offer less maximum grip but would last the distance. However, it made understanding of the spectacle more difficult and more often than not it just distorted the playing field too much. Tyres are so crucial that especially in the modern ultra-focused MotoGP world, any performance difference even slightly higher than insignificant could just mean... to put it mildly, very predictable results. They are simply too important to be left to variation.

Jack Mordino

March 11, 2016 12:18 PM
Last Edited 53 days ago

MotoGP » Know the Michelin MotoGP tyre markings!


serigala: (...) qatar race one found michelin the more suitable n came out winner. the same one, the next race found pirelli the more suitable n came out the winner, next track(...) road n track r 2 different situations. good day all..
Good day to you too :) If you are talking about club racing, as you yourself said MotoGP is totally different not just because of the bikes but also because of the teams and riders. Those people are so professional that they will tap on every bit of performance of the tyre. MotoGP is a world where a difference of 0.5 of a second per lap puts you in a different performance category, such is the level of performance and commitment, and that's why I'm still being awestruck by MotoGP after 15 years of watching. So, as I said before, for MotoGP the degree of difference in tyre performance will mean the same degree of predictability of race results.

Jack Mordino

March 06, 2016 1:43 PM
Last Edited 56 days ago

MotoGP » Hamilton: Rossi is incredible, I need to try a MotoGP bike


Guna4699: Problem with the part of fans of other riders is that they can't handle the extreme fame and attention valentino gets because their beloved hero's greatness gets eclipsed by Valentino's stardom... (...) solution is we should talk more about other rider's Good abilities...
I don't necessarily agree on the practical level of your suggestion because some people are simply "conflictious" in nature and therefore, even if they come here in good will, will only perceive as a cause of conflict anything that does not conform to their views. So, personally I won't just play the appeasing game just to keep those people calm and happy. Having said that, I really appreciate and concur with the pacifying direction of your suggestion. Perhaps the best solution is to make it clear that the reason we like Rossi is NOT the fact that we consider him as "the fastest", which for me at least is absolutely true. --(continued two posts below)--

Jack Mordino

March 03, 2016 12:21 PM

MotoGP » Penalty Points change, no ‘irresponsible’ statements


They are nuts. They've lost it completely. This decision cries out loud the following thought process: 1. Blimey. A Rossi title would be better for our money. If only he had kept his mouth shut and we weren't forced to hand him a penalty. 2. Hmmm. Let's remedy the above. Let's disallow riders from talking dangerous stuff and be more lenient penalty-wise so as to never actually require any real penal action. 3. There may be a contradiction there. Doesn't matter. Let's make it an official rule and see what happens.

Jack Mordino

February 18, 2016 12:48 AM
Last Edited 75 days ago

MotoGP » Rossi: Michelin feeling different, Cadalora in corner


JedPB67:
SmoothCriminal: VR fans taking the High road...acting all High & Mighty despite them abusing and disrespecting other riders 24x7!
Do you realise that trying to tarnish all Rossi fans with the same brush doesn't make any better than the trolls?
This. If you want to judge me, judge me by my conduct alone instead of who I support.


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