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samas

June 30, 2013 8:58 AM
Last Edited 292 days ago

MotoGP » Valentino Rossi: One of my best victories ever


@Jamsey73. I have seen too many fantastic racers in my time and while I do agree in his day Rossi was the greatest today it is JLo and tomorrow it will be Marc but unfortunately one can not say who is/was the greatest of all time Duke in his day was untouchable and on inferior machinery a big plus. Hailwood came back after 11 years and won the TT on a bike that was new to him. Joey Dunlop was winning races up to his unfortunate death and he was 48. I could go on for hours and hours as anyone who has had the misfortune to mention racing in my presence at a party can attest to. I have loved my bike racing for the last 60 years longer even. However when everyone starts raving on about Rossi it really pi$$es me off. Stop engage brain and realise todays greats are standung in the shoulders ot giants.

samas

June 30, 2013 7:36 AM
Last Edited 292 days ago

MotoGP » Valentino Rossi: One of my best victories ever


A lot of people here screaming the greatness of the beloved one. Look at the facts.. fact 1 there are 6 fully works bikes, two of those are useless sad to say but true. Fact 2 Of the 4 works bikes that are capable of winning only two riders are fully fit so by all accounts he should have finished first or second. So what's all the big fuss about. Now for me JLo's ride was the most stoic closely followed by someone no one ever mentions Espargaro. If Rossi had not won or at least came second now that would have been some cause for debate but no doubt his fans would have had a million excuses.

samas

June 29, 2013 3:50 PM
Last Edited 293 days ago

MotoGP » Dutch MotoGP, Assen - Race Results


Dani boy I was right all along you will never be world champion for a while I thought I might be wrong but I should never have doubted myself. Those of you who had a go at JLo for not kissing Rossi's a$$ did you not see he had to be lifted off the bike in a lot of pain. At last a race that wasn't boring seemed pretty much the same as the previous races a few passes Ah yes now I get it the leader wasn't boring.

samas

June 22, 2013 3:50 AM

WSBK » Eugene Laverty - Q&A


Great interview Crash. I learn how to ride around problems if the bike is good but doesn't suit your style you have to find a way around it, not ride around in your poser style blaming the bike also the bit about interviews, was he having a dig at someone it sure screamed a certain someone to me, Anyone who can't see who it was is surely blind to the truth.


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