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July 02, 2015 8:24 PM

MotoGP » Lorenzo: Rossi was rightful winner at Assen

@frontbrake and Geeez I don't think vale was calculated. I think he was opportunistic. He didn't plan his win based on the possibility that MM would hit him. He planned to ride fast as hell and try to win... When the opportunity arose because MM hit him, I won't dispute that he took the opportunity. Here's the deal though.... If the guy in back could've made a clean pass, all these discussions would be moot. As for JL... I agree with the comments above. He doesn't like MM or rough riding tactics. Not will he bite the hand that feeds him( yamaha).


June 29, 2015 7:35 AM
Last Edited 31 days ago

MotoGP » Marquez: I feel that we won the race

1- guy in back has a responsibility to make the pass clean. 2- think MM is talented and although I'm a VR fan, don't mind the aggressive riding. 3-VR closed the line.... Yup... That's what you do. You don't leave the door open for a pass. **** finally**** The funniest part about this is that there are a couple hundred posts polarizing fans, when all MM had to do is say..." ... I got in there kinda hot and had to try my best to make the pass... Glad neither of us went down... Vale had me today, can't wait to prove him wrong in Germany." - people would accept the aggressive riding and realize this is the best we've seen motogp for a few years now... Instead his spoiled/ entitled kid response, has made this into a huge debate. Ps.... Alex Marquez' response was hilarious.... Totally childlike- " you can't do that to my brother.... Waaaa!"


June 06, 2015 9:02 PM

MotoGP » Pramac scores its riders 7 out of 10

onetwothree: 1.Get the GP15. 2.Then sign Rabat. 3.With official backup.
Boy you have a thing for Rabat. He's been in the Smaller classes forever. In the best teams. Yes he is a good rider. World Champ...but he's also been in the WC for 10 years. He's 26 now ( certainly young enough still), but he's a guy that takes a few years to adapt to each category. Just don't see him lighting Motogp on fire. Listen, I don't claim any expertise, but I think Rabat will likely not get the best bike or backing in the premier class.


May 30, 2015 10:39 PM

MotoGP » Rossi: It’s my fault

@alol "Just forever fortunate that he can use his teammates data to improve his bike. If he could have done it by himself would he not have done it when he was riding (not racing) the Ducati?" Are you really serious? Once the Yam was tailored to some of his needs he started doing well... They moved from uber corber speed to better braking and less corner speed....Time and time again we have seen with all The manufactures that if a rider has a bike tailored to his strengths he's on top. Just look at MM93. The iteration that Honda came up with isnt jiving with him.... Magically... He's having problems. Have you never personally ridden sniffer t makes of bikes and naturally felt better on one over the other?


May 22, 2015 7:11 AM

MotoGP » Dovi: Now the podium is not enough

It's amazing how many posters here write Dovi or any of these riders off. If one thing is apparent by VR46 resurgence, is that when a bike is tailored to the riders strengths, these guys do well. VR46 wasn't doing as well last year on the "Lorenzo m1." After a few changes to suit his style, wham... Back to his old self. Dovi didn't do well on the Honda.... Maybe it was tailored to Danny at the time. He did fine on on the tech 3. Now that he has the gp15 sorted to his strengths, he's a contender. And one poster said the Bike was a championship contender not Dovi... You should work for Honda. The human still Has to ride the thing albeit with lots of aids. I'm sure none of us here could hop On that GP15 and do as well. C'mon guys realize the fact that at this level, riders / teams/ manufacturers have to all be on the same page for the magic to happen. I think MM93 is an amazing rider, but maybe the Honda is just a bit off from what he needs, and that's why he's having lesser results. En


May 17, 2015 6:12 PM

MotoGP » Heat melted Marquez challenge

+1 on REALIST's comment. The Honda had to evolve. If it was the same as 2014, it would've been way behind the other manufacturers. They haven't got it perfect yet. All in all, it's making the championship very exciting. You now developments will come, crashes,momentum etc.... It's a long championship to be writing anyone off. Happy to see the Red bikes doing well. I like Dovi and hope he continues to prove people wrong. Hope AI29 starts getting consistently up there. Love the fact that Yam boys are doing well. Like I said, it's been an entertaining championship so far.

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