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July 22, 2013 9:08 AM

MotoGP » Valentino Rossi: 'You broke my balls over Stoner pass!'

@Dacron, glad to see you again sir! Good to see that some on here did see the fact that Vale ran Maquez out by letting the brakes off. I'm just glad that there were no casualties. That includes Vale too as crash and burn prison rules racing ISN'T my cup of tea. Did you see the "intent" of the STIFF right jab that Vale landed on Marquez in Parc Ferme? That gave Vale's true hand away.

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July 02, 2013 12:44 PM

MotoGP » Valentino Rossi: One of my best victories ever

@TedG. Ted, bar the result of the weekends race it was in effect the same as all the races this season. Lap 5 onwards, bar any real moments for the top5 it's a chilling chess match of anticipation of the perceived result. The olny difference for EVERYONE if you listen to Steve Parish is that we ALL need a certain rider at the front. Well Steve Parish is incorrect making that statement for me. A big congrats to the Vale for the win as it makes a pleasant change for the podium not to be filled with the usual suspects. The results of Assen are good for the Championship standing for the top 4 and that was the best result of the weekend.

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June 28, 2013 2:19 PM

MotoGP » First pole for Cal Crutchlow in hectic Assen qualifying

I haven't had the benefit of watching the qualifying at all yet due to work, so I can't post any oppinion on the result. Asking one of the many who do look here but not post due to too much Pom-Pom waiving in favour of certain sorts, can anyone answer who has the race pace and not the fast lap mayhem that depicts where you start? All sensible replies gratefully received. Ps, you all know that I like a bit of smart humour so that will be welcome too!

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June 14, 2013 1:26 PM

MotoGP » Valentino Rossi's salary still highest in MotoGP

@Herewego and the others who see racing for what it isn't. Justin Beiber has just announced that he is to be entered in next years MotoGp outfit for Suzuki. He brings the money to fund the exercise and realises that he has a very slim chance of winning. However Mr Beibers chances of a win have been raised by certain Mr Narcissus who is in talks with Justin everytime he passes the mirror and pins his eyebrows down with a wet finger.......... Where is the racing without the circus and vice versa?

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June 07, 2013 2:34 PM

MotoGP » PIC: Max Biaggi rides Pramac Ducati

@Vpower, I think you will find that Yamaha finally listend to Biaggi AND Koccinski as to where the problem with the M1's frame was at end of 2003. That's why some believe that Vale was the greatest thing to hit the track that year. All Vale did was tell Yamaha which of the (I believe the choice was 6!) engine configs to run with. I'm not damning Vale either for his achievements either!! Max IS ONE OF THE GREAT development guys. Aprilia know this. They will take his input and listen. They have very few reigning champs who under contract COULDN'T ride another weapon or have experience of this level of racing. It's win, win all round for Biaggi and Ducati.

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May 31, 2013 9:32 PM

MotoGP » Mugello: Marc Marquez 'jumped to avoid wall'

I agree with all the people who haven't seen this MAN rise from the 125's onwards. He doesn't try hard enough. He has no desire to win and thats why he's a real manace. He shouldn't have that ride and doesn't even deserve to have led the world Championship in his rookie year. It just beggars belief that the people who want blood and guts racing could want to a reckless MAN like this here.And he's got NO CHARISMA. He should give it up and race snails or remote control cars instead. Hope he gets well soon and stops doing this racing as falling off is just UN-ACCEPTABLE. Please make this your last race and DON'T podium if you deem yourself fit to race....... Please..

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May 28, 2013 11:13 AM

MotoGP » Mugello: Podium target at least for Rossi

Liam, me old Mucker! I'm glad that you're still behind your man. He's had a tough couple of races after what promised to be an exciting start for you. I beleive though that he's suffering from lack of concentration span. It's what destroys the warriors in the boxing ring. The youth just get on target with their concentration and are unshakable. It would be good for him to get a podium but I believe that Cal is the spoiler for the last possible step on the podium after the usual suspects.

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April 19, 2013 11:00 PM

MotoGP » Austin MotoGP: Friday sweep for Marquez

The biggest question to be answered frm this weekend is just how much was Marquez holding back stayng behind Danni? Did we miss Jorge being pushed hard by Marc staying behind Dani ala Team orders and Vale through the error. Dani didn't enjoy the last race as something wasn't right for him. I'm hoping for a reverse of the finishing order for the top 5 to keep the anticipation of every round going for OUR sakes. Good luck to all and enjoy the races.

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