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lsimanjorang

May 15, 2011 7:38 PM
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MotoGP » POLL: Was Simoncelli penalty fair?


Both of them taking the risk. Both of them experienced enough to realize that if you do go for a tighter line corner entry you might end going wide on the exit (Pedrosa), OR if you do go for a wider line corner entry you might end going tight on the exit AND YOU MIGHT end up CRASHING EACH OTHER. But hey, both of them CHOOSE TO GO FOR IT BECAUSE THEY ARE RACING DRIVER, BOTH of them know the risk. And as the result unfortunately Pedrosa ended up in the gravel and Simoncelli made it out alive.

lsimanjorang

May 15, 2011 7:40 PM
Last Edited 1166 days ago

MotoGP » POLL: Was Simoncelli penalty fair?


This why I don’t really agree on the penalty, hell even I’ve to admit F1 got it right by reviewing serious incident AFTER the race is over & AFTER reviewing all the data. I love this sport, but I see a trend that we’re going in stupid F1 way by punishing this and punishing that, slowly but sure it will kill the sport, see F1, HELL they even thinking to create artificial rain to make it attractive. Are we sure we want the outcome of the championship polluted by single minded, less informed, biased race control? Are we sure we want to see a race where the racer is afraid to make such aggressive move towards the other because they afraid of some penalties they might get if the failed or succed?

lsimanjorang

May 15, 2011 7:42 PM
Last Edited 1166 days ago

MotoGP » POLL: Was Simoncelli penalty fair?


I hate Hamilton and I like Simoncelli, but I do love their do or die attitude, that what keeps the races interesting, not some time trial racer, or racer that punch and whine every race where he tell everybody to stop following and blocking me! Rossi & Simoncelli was right, today riders are just bunch of pussies. So does the fans of the sport today, and sadly so does the RACE CONTROL (or whatever the hell they call them) of the sport lately. Finally, get well soon Pedrosa I’m cheering for you to be world champion this year! Yes I like to write long and boring stories!

lsimanjorang

May 15, 2011 7:37 PM

MotoGP » POLL: Was Simoncelli penalty fair?


In Simoncelli defense there is a good chance of getting his first podium in this race, knowing that Pedrosa might or might not having something left in his pocket during the race his strategy was to overtake him as soon as possible. Who knows later on the very late stage of the race his tyre won’t last & knowing from history that Pedrosa was not really a dog fight kind of rider he has pretty much chance to take that 2nd place podium in the bag today by overtake Pedrosa as soon as possible and hold him as long as he can if Pedrosa really do have something extra later on.

lsimanjorang

May 15, 2011 7:30 PM

MotoGP » POLL: Was Simoncelli penalty fair?


You know, nothing is ever accomplished by a reasonable man. Fortune always favours the brave? Oh well sometimes they don't! This was the case of Simoncelli vs Pedrosa incident. Knowing he has the chance to open the gap in the championship over Lorenzo, Pedrosa pushing himself to a new limit against a much much faster, crazy, aggressive, idiot Simoncelli. Knowing Simoncelli is a kind of a rider that eager to kill himself rather being overtaked by another rider Pedrosa try to overtake him as soon as possible and try to break away.

lsimanjorang

May 15, 2011 7:28 PM

MotoGP » POLL: Was Simoncelli penalty fair?


I believe most of us here familiar with the great Ayrton Senna, right? Even the Greats on his era like Mansell, Prost, Schumacher, etc acknowledged him as the greatest F1 racer ever. Interviewed by J. Stewart back in 1990, when answering to a comment from Jackie that he have had far more contact with other drivers than other great racing drivers his respond was: By being a racing driver you are under risk all the time. By being a racing driver means you are racing with other people. And if you no longer go for a gap that exists, you are no longer a racing driver because we are competing, competing to win .... I race to win as long as I feel it's possible. Sometimes you get it wrong? Sure, it's impossible to get it right all the time. But I race designed to win, as long as I feel I'm doing it right.


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