Crash.Net User: Jack Mordino

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Jack Mordino

October 09, 2013 10:02 PM

MotoGP » Rossi: Sepang suits the Yamaha

... cont. - In the final few laps we were all biting our nails with exhilaration about the outcome of the race -it was a heated duel between Red and Blue-, totally oblivious of the big category national race that was taking place right outside and despite of the noise- it just added to the atmosphere. Those were the times. One of the best motorsports days I've ever had.

Jack Mordino

October 09, 2013 9:57 PM
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MotoGP » Rossi: Sepang suits the Yamaha

I still remember that thriller of a race between Rossi and Capirossi, in Sepang. Don't remember the year- '04 or '05?... I remember that sunny day, being at a racetrack to watch a national motorcycle championship race and when the MotoGP race started lots of spectators opted to get in the buffet to watch it on the huge plasma TV that was installed there. People kept coming inside until it was completely full, most of us having nowhere to sit just standing on our feet. It turned out to be something like a religious ceremony. The consensus that we were all sharing the same passion got put across swiftly and silently and that meant an ease for everyone to call out his comment at whatever moment he'd like. You'd hear enthusiastic or caustic humorous comments from all over the place during the race.

Jack Mordino

October 03, 2013 7:03 AM

MotoGP » Record 19 rounds on provisional 2014 MotoGP calendar

I'd agree with the guy above complaining about the too-long off-season. Now that Dorna became interested in South America again and introduced 2 races down there, this could be used to hold races further towards winter, because winter in the northern hemisphere is... summer in the southern one. However, as the calendar suggests, instead of having them at the extreme ends of the calendar, we have them closer to the middle - September and April. All in all in order to eliminate the extremely long off-season I would expand the calendar using southern hemisphere & Doha rounds to fill-up the close to winter slots so as the weather isn't too bad. Back-to-back races should also be turned to normal, (a blank weekend between them) cost permitting. A return to South Africa could help a lot with this too.

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