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October 02, 2010 9:21 AM

MotoGP » Rossi 'improves in every area' for front row return


Rossi is going to give it all tomorrow ,if it doesn't rain, to secure a win for Yamaha ,in their home race,yes he likes symbols and stuff like that,before he goes to fix his shoulder and get ready for next year. Stoner and Dovi have also nothing to lose, so we can expect a quite exciting race at the front. Lorenzo will play wait and see,he has got the pace to zoom away but doesn't want to bin it so close to the goal. And again, just stay on your bikes guys.This season is sickening with the number of ambulances...

max

October 02, 2010 6:43 AM

MotoGP » Japanese MotoGP - Saturday practice times


Almost half a second to "Le'z'ego" .If it doesn't rain and he takes a good start, looks like the fun won't be at the front again and we'll see nothing of it. Hats off to him anyway , for riding his ass off,he has the WC in the bag now and doesn't need to push .All he risks is to lose it by crashing...But he wants to show that he wins because he is the fastest and this year not many can argue. Can Rossi and Stoner or Dovi fight for the win tomorrow?Let's see how the grid unfold...

max

October 01, 2010 1:14 PM

MotoGP » 'Throttle problem' caused Pedrosa crash


Ok , fair enough because fanatism and all the words ending by "ism" just define nonsense to me. Lorenzo will be praised by "his" fan club and lets hope for him that after 7 titles, it will grow bigger (his fan club i mean). These guys are some kind of mutants anyway,their fame earned by their skills has become their doom.I mean Rossi, out of his "circus", is a cool lad.So is Stoner...I'm not sure about Lorenzo...Ahaha.

max

October 01, 2010 10:31 AM

MotoGP » Rossi fastest for first time since June


Shoulder is "fine" because he breaks in straight lines and don't have to put extra pressure on it to compensate. You do ride bikes hey bob? And having a new engine must not hurt the settings and confidence too. But hey, why should explain, hating the guy makes you bone ,sick and pathetic but it is our good old bob at his best. Anyway, I hope they all stay on their bike this week end and that we have a race between the three aliens left or so.

max

September 15, 2010 10:50 AM

MotoGP » ‘Realistic’ Stoner facing a ‘tough job’


I tend to think from what i have seen in the last two years that Stoner is very fast indeed on a track (the fastest, according to me) but mentally not very strong (stronger than me, but not enough to compete a this level I mean: we are talking about moto gp world championship contenders here).He needs to sort that out. The Ducati is a good bike but won't go any faster or get any more grip if he thinks its a lost cause already. Honda might be the solution to put his doubts behind and rebuild a challenge but if results don't come fast he will soon be facing the same issues. Confidence in his ability, not only to ride(we all know he can), but to tune the bike to make it a winner is the key for Stoner success.

max

September 06, 2010 2:11 PM

MotoGP » MotoGP officials explain Tomizawa medical treatment


"If ,they should have,you don't".... Shoya is dead doing what he was living for. He is not the first one and won't be the last.It is a very sad time indeed and I hope a strong reminder for a few abusers on this site to show more respect for these guys. They put their lives on the line to fulfill their passion for racing bikes and give us fun and excitement in front our TV or by the race track. It was his time to go.You don't come back from these kind of injuries.You saw the crash.At best you can hope to be a vegetable on a wheel chair (no disrespect here, of course,just experience from mates that died on the road and other that "kind of" survived). It could happen every race. Moto 2 format has just increased the probability. So long Shoya. We'll miss you but you are now forever part of Motor Racing.


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