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Sukhoi 46

November 11, 2010 5:24 AM
Last Edited 1356 days ago

MotoGP » Ducati 'must improve' for Rossi to be Rossi


You illiterate As$, we were talking about 2003 season. Why is it so difficult for you to understand? Let me answer these too: @Were you watching MotoGP in 2002 and 2003? I'm into the racing from the Wayne Rainey days, saw him breaking the leg on TV. So, what now you f0cking m0r0n? @Or are you just a front runner, hanger on because of Rossi? Initially NO (Wayne, Kevin etc) but started liking MotoGP more because of Rossi and well as because of the Bikes and the Technology involved. Is that enough? @Are you a fan of MotoGP or just a newbie because you like the yellow tint and clown outfits? You should be a losing clown in your life. Well, I'm a fan of MotoGP. Much better than you, fucking idiot!

Sukhoi 46

November 11, 2010 5:22 AM

MotoGP » Ducati 'must improve' for Rossi to be Rossi


@They do it through set up work (weight distribution, suspension setting, geometry changes, etc) and if that doesn't work they have to produce hard parts such as new chassis, swing arms, etc. Words don't fix bikes - parts do. Riders don't design or make parts - engineers and designers do you f'king idiot. Did I ever say that Rider do design the part you ignorant f0cker? It was clearly you who couldn't able to understand the relationship between Engineering processes and the Riders contribution. I always mentioned that it would be a two-way collaboration so where was the f0cking problem? lsimanjorang, are you talking to me or a pimp of Dog who knows to click instant Agree/Disagree? :p

Sukhoi 46

November 11, 2010 5:02 AM

MotoGP » Ducati 'must improve' for Rossi to be Rossi


I'm really surprised with your stupid reasoning: First you said - It's up to the engineers to figure out how to "fix" things. If Ducati has the same engineers and designers than why do you guys expect a "fix" when the same group of people haven't "fixed" the problems in the last couple of years? Joeski said - Engineers fix from rider recommendation...that is why they usually chose a lead rider to follow...for development purposes...yes they use feedback from all their riders but not all riders can communicate (technically) what they need to happen Your next statement - It doesn't matter how good someone is at development if the factory can't design and produce the goods to correct the problems or move the bike forward. Casey hasn't done all the development over the years. Loris was there to help design the 2007 bike and he struggled more than he did on the 990. (truth is: where as Casey contributed for the 800 class in some ways). By going through all the above you should be eithe

Sukhoi 46

November 11, 2010 4:50 AM

MotoGP » Ducati 'must improve' for Rossi to be Rossi


@Stoner doesn't "fix" anything. Rossi doesn't "fix" anything either. It's up to the engineers to figure out how to "fix" things. If Ducati has the same engineers and designers than why do you guys expect a "fix" when the same group of people haven't "fixed" the problems in the last couple of years? You have once again vindicated my view that you have no proper understanding on how Engineers work and the degree of relation between Rider and Engineers (same topics been discussed this many times!) Now take the very opening statement: The objective is clearly to allow Valentino to ride like Valentino! We know we have to improve the bike to achieve this, especially the front end - Filippo Preziosi. Could you read anything constructive with your snob head or not? Isn't that sounding any problem? Or what about 8 crashes in 2010 (Casey and Nicky)?

Sukhoi 46

November 11, 2010 4:43 AM

MotoGP » Ducati 'must improve' for Rossi to be Rossi


Billy Gruff You are the worst type of Rossi fan. You can't rub on Rossi's balls without saying something bad about Stoner. Why is that? Why can't you blow Rossi without swinging your yellow handbag at Stoner? At least he was loyal but whereas people like you fall under 'Eunuch' group let alone calling yourself as somebody's fan. So, stop labeling others and look at yourself first! BTW, it appears that some people are wondering to swing back towards Honda this year by dropping their Jorge masks, isn't it :p @Would you f'king idiots who just started watching GPs yesterday please stop re-typing this garbage you read on a Crash forum that Rossi went to Yamaha and it was one of the worst bikes. Why are you abusing others with your rubbish? We've discussed this point many times but you are always a big snob. I'm sure you must be one such a f'king idiots who just started watching GPs yesterday :p NO? Then you should be knowing how well Yam did in 2003. Should I tell again?

Sukhoi 46

November 10, 2010 9:07 PM

MotoGP » Ducati 'must improve' for Rossi to be Rossi


Some should read this statement made by Filippo Preziosi: The work we asked Vale to carry out is not ideal for producing lap times. We didn't chose to go slower. If we had the possibility to go quicker, we would have. I would have been happy if the gap was smaller, but that isn't our goal. So, to Vale/Ducti, the lap times doesn't matter as of now. As I said earlier it's still a long way to go for the 2011 preparations. Just try to relax or shut up :p

Sukhoi 46

November 10, 2010 8:15 PM
Last Edited 1357 days ago

F1 » COMMENT: What is the future for Brazil in F1?


@Should one of the world's leading sports continue to travel to a place where it puts its stars in danger This is totally blown out of proportion. Great work of the phobic British media, isn't it? May I remind them that Brazil is going to host: 2014 FIFA World Cup :) 2016 Summer Olympics :) Stop creating unnecessary controversies in the name of security. Sometimes strange things could happen to anyone but I admit that Jenson's incident was quite unfortunate. That doesn't mean that FIA pluck out such a legendary Interlagos circuit out of the F1 map :? A friend of mine said that a similar security hysteria deliberately generated by British and Australian media on the recent Commonwealth Games in his home country. Some top players dropped out of the competition. He said that NONE got either injured or abducted. So, start respecting other nations and their sentiments. Anything could happen to anyone because there isn't anything like 100% security anywhere (including here in the US)

Sukhoi 46

November 10, 2010 7:59 PM

MotoGP » Stoner stars as Valencia test concludes, Rossi 15th


Looks like this place would never change! There's a lot of noise and over zealousness about the testing. Lot more on Valentino's Ducati transition. Obviously, lot of it emanating from the fake and anti fans. My view is simple. Mind your own rider(s) or favorite(s) and why bother about him with your B$ theories? :) If you have so much V-pain in your as$ then better stop talking about him. It doesn't really matter! Well, Valentino will take his own sweet time to choose what Engine to run in order to deliver the 2011 title riding the Red machine. He knows much better than you or me. Honestly, I would not say that the Valencia test times are irrelevant but his situation is quite delicate right now because of the transition phase, injury etc. His situation is quite unique among the contenders. BTW, the season is yet to begin so just wait and watch for the biggest game ever between Valentino/Dani/Jorge/Casey.


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