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April 04, 2016 4:00 AM

MotoGP » Iannone talks Ducati ‘disaster’

Dovi is a 125 champion. He's had some trouble acclimating but he is the more consistent of the two riders. One of Iannone's life-long flaws has been blazing fast speed, but the lack of consistency. As today showed, his ambition more often than not exceeds his talent. While for some fans that is "a good show", I would imagine for some of the riders it's an annoyance and even a danger ala Simoncelli. IF Ducati gets Lorenzo, I think it would be a wise choice to keep Dovi as he would be a far better at developing the bike and his style is even closer to Lorenzo's than Iannone's.


November 04, 2015 12:11 AM

MotoGP » CAS rejects Lorenzo ‘intervention’ in Rossi appeal this guy is seriously afraid of VR on a track, I can't believe the Spanish wash really wants an office WC.... this is beyond retarded......
Having more wins and being faster than Rossi overall, I seriously doubt that. If anyone gifted Lorenzo the championship it was Rossi when he lost himself (normally a cool shark) and threw a hissy fit on the track that resulted in a rider crashing.


November 03, 2015 11:51 PM

MotoGP » CAS rejects Lorenzo ‘intervention’ in Rossi appeal

Seems fairly logical. If there's a decision being made that would have a direct impact on you, would you not want to be there (or in this case, legal representatives)? It really doesn't make any sense to postpone the punishment. Rossi's actions and their consequences occurred while he was (is) fighting for his title bid, therefore it makes sense that any punishments levied take place during such bid. Especially when you consider that for just about anybody else the result would've been an almost immediate black flag and race disqualification (that's just the precedent), so as a legal body, I can't see why the CAS would agree to postpone the penalty.


November 04, 2015 2:21 AM

MotoGP » CAS rejects Lorenzo ‘intervention’ in Rossi appeal

John Spoonemore: I'd be working out a plan to get rid of Lorenzo ...this behavior isn't worthy of a world champion... I find it ironic that all the JL and MM fans are raising hell over a supposed (and obviously non-existent) kick
I find it ironic that you claim to know what irony is & in the same post talk about Lorenzo's behavior not being worthy of a world champion while missing that the 9x world champion's behavior (Rossi) is what led to all this (whether he kicked Marquez or not, his actions resulted in a crash - he's the only one that broke the rules)! Laughable!!


November 02, 2015 10:34 PM

MotoGP » Rossi champion if, Lorenzo champion if…

Hopefully the CAS does the right thing and does for Rossi what would've happened to ANY other rider (who wasn't Rossi) ... that is, they would've been black-flagged and disqualified from the Sepang race. I don't think the starting from the back penalty would matter much at that point, even if that were removed it would mean Rossi would have to win with JL off the podium, or be on the podium with Lorenzo at least 2 places behind him. That is what should've happened (in my opinion), and what I hope happens.


October 31, 2015 9:47 PM

MotoGP » Italian TV ambush Marquez at home

Tesla: I had enough of this nonsense. Rossi is entitled to raise the issue because it is now well known what really happened. In brief: 1) An unholy nexus was formed between Spanish riders to stop Rossi winning his 10th world title. 2) MM played dirty tricks because of many reasons. 3) JLo pretends as if nothing of these sorts happen on the track. 4) MM's antics at PI and Sepang is known to all 5) Rossi isn't a dummy who takes rubbish from these kids. So he began his own process, starting with appeal with RD and now with CAS. To answer to your point, MM should have known with whom he was playing dirty. Thi
At what point will you live in Reality though? In Reality, 1 is false, 2 is open to interpretation but also likely false, 3 is false because he's not pretending (this really hasn't happened in the last 10 years in GP, but maybe you just haven't been watching), 4 if by antics you mean racing, then yes, everyone knows he races, 5 is true although the wa


October 30, 2015 7:28 PM
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MotoGP » Valentino Rossi appeals Sepang penalty

RealRacingCampaign: @ MarCulo Instead of trying to deflect attention away from Rossi to others... Please answer the above questions with a simple yes or no. Thank you. Marco: "1. No. Did Marquez do anything like that (actions)? 2. Did Marquiz do it, though? 3. Was Marquiz dirty? Please answer my question, please, Your welcome."
Looks like a simple Yes or No was just too difficult a task for you ...sad

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