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Dutch69Camaro

August 31, 2015 3:04 PM

MotoGP » Lorenzo: I completely lost vision


Hisnibbs: Some terrible comments and opinions in this thread. I watched the BTsport footage.....it clearly showed Lorenzo gesticulating as soon as he got off the bike about the visor. And the visor was steamed up...absolutely no question about it. People seems content to just make up their own minds about what happened and then spout it out as opinions , because everyone is allowed to have one of them or summat! NO! Stop it now! Your opinion is wrong!!!!! Clearly
Haha...you are clearly quite upset about some of the comments. Don't take them personal but I believe you are wrong too. He may have had a problem with his visor...but he choose to keep using it when even before there have been problems with it. And gesticulating after the race is hardly any evidence anything is wrong with it...we've seen many times riders crash and be angry at everybody except themselves while they very well know it was there own fault. This is the same, sure he may be p**

Dutch69Camaro

August 31, 2015 9:31 AM

MotoGP » Lorenzo: I completely lost vision


lux: On Italian media Lorenzo said Vale's main strengths were "consistency" and.... Drum-rolls please.... LUCK!! He said one of Rossi main strength is LUCK!! I respect Lorenzo, but that was very weak of him and he lost a couple points.
True..that was a strange comment from him. He did have himself a lot more luck than Rossi this race! Rossi was leading most of the race through skill...Lorenzo "salvaged" fourth because three men faster then him crashed out...

Dutch69Camaro

August 31, 2015 6:56 AM

MotoGP » Rossi: This is MotoGP - you can never relax


SpeedyBB:The critical difference is that "Mike the Bike" could throw a leg over anything and ride the wheels off it, whereas Ago was a "golden boy" who always had his MV Agusta and factory backup, during an exceptionally feeble era of GP racing (one reason I retired - there was almost nothing for privateers to ride, and even the factories were pulling back). I remember the two of them zipping past me on the Island, Ago looking smooth and balanced, Hailwood fighting that Honda 500 every moment, every which way but loose. Horrible handler but he still managed to win on it.
Not to take anything away from your post, but I believe Ago deserves a little bit better than just being a golden boy. At the end of his career he switched, as you must know, from the (then still mighty) MV and onto a two stroke Yamaha and got two more world titles on that too.

Dutch69Camaro

August 24, 2015 10:15 AM

F1 » Pirelli: F1 ignored our request to limit laps


deejay1001: Why can't we have a tyre that does not artificially limit the drivers pace. I want to see F1 cars being driven flat out showing the skill of the driver negotiating the twists and turns of the circuit. I'm not really that interested in seeing the drivers skill in nursing their tyres.
Everything on an F1 car is limited...not just the tyres, so it is al very artificial. The last "open" series were the Can-Am and Group B rally series, so that's a long time ago...

Dutch69Camaro

August 20, 2015 12:25 PM

F1 » Sainz: Bring on the second half!


Tomco: Would agree with that. Personally dont think he loses out to Vertsappen at all. Verstappen is impressive but so is Sainz.
Obviously I'm a bit partial to Verstappen but I agree that Carlos and Max are very very close in ability. I tend to believe that Max is a little bit more agressive and Carlos a little bit more calculating. Lets hope they are both here for a while and get a more competitive car in the future!


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