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Ausrossi

October 28, 2014 2:37 AM

MotoGP » Marquez beats Rossi at Sepang - VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS


SkyWilt, You can say that JLo had a bad start and has had wins in the back of the season but equally Rossi has finished ahead of JLo in the last two races and despite JLos excuses has won fair and square. With a clean slate for 2015 in terms of bike design and Yam extracting the digit in terms of preparing a bike the equal of the Honda based on present form it is not beyond the bounds of possibility that Rossi could take a title. We have seen that he is capable when the Yam is a close match to the Honda that Rossi can apply enough pressure to upset MM. Even Sepang he was all over MM in many places but either got nailed down the straight meaning more pressure on his tyres around the back fo the track than MMs. Also I think MM may not be the guaranteed winner if placed under pressure from the get go.

Ausrossi

October 27, 2014 2:46 AM

MotoGP » 'One Euro' wire cost Crutchlow chance of fourth


It is partly Cal's issue but to be fair the Ducati is crap and stuffs up often irrespective of the rider. Equally, people were bagging Rossi but really have they made anymore progress since he left or even since 2007 as the stars aligned and while Stoner had a better skill set for that particular bike it was pretty clear that a combination of tyres etc meant that in 2007 it was the bike to be on but by 2008 his wins dropped by 40% and on it goes.

Ausrossi

October 27, 2014 2:29 AM

MotoGP » Rossi: Sepang podium long time coming


What is heartening is that while the front tyre was OK Rossi was all over Marc in certain sections and MM only really drew a gap down the straights, which Rossi then made up around the course. As for the braking Yam have to get seamless on downshift if they want to close that braking advantage down completely. Let's assume both Dani and MM go hard and place first and second and JLo 3rd, that allows Rossi to finish as low as 11 or 12 and still clinch 2nd. And if JLo is second Rossi can be as low as 7th.

Ausrossi

October 23, 2014 3:33 AM

MotoGP » Double winner Rossi ready for ‘great fight’


As stated we are talking about a 35 year old. And if Yam had reached the potential they are showing now at seasons start it could have been even more interesting as we can that MM under consistent pressue isn't the demigod many thought. I want Vale to beat JLo to second a) because I am a Vale fan but also b) it will really stir JLo up given the whole no2 rider thing also we don't have to watch the black mamba crap anymore.

Ausrossi

October 22, 2014 5:15 AM
Last Edited 250 days ago

MotoGP » Crutchlow: Hopefully we can push a lot harder


It will be interesting to see how crutchlow goes on the factory backed LCR. Excuses will not be tolerated on that bike and given that Bradl has not set the world on fire, he has it all in front of him. If he does not set the world on fire (and we are talking nipping at the podium regularly) then WSBK is looking good, as I think Pol and Aleix will be happy to step in. EDIT by CRASH.NET! Rider insult removed.

Ausrossi

October 10, 2014 3:27 AM

MotoGP » No seamless downshifts for Yamaha


Crazymofo that is some of the best creative writing on Stoner I have seen. The changes in electronics and gearbox that pushed HRC back to being the best bike were developed in 2010 before Stoner even through a leg over, he just benefitted from being Johnny on the spot, eerily similar to his first WC at Ducati, and like that WC the following seasons he could not maintain the form. Also another poll will Honda pull out when the control ECU comes in? My view is that while it won't create a fully level playing field as there are no restrictions on the software written only the hardware it should restrict Honda's dominance somewhat. Imagine how tight it would be with Yam seamless up and down as they are starting to close the gap despite this obvious benefit to Honda.

Ausrossi

October 20, 2014 3:59 AM
Last Edited 251 days ago

MotoGP » Rossi rolls back years with ‘Island victory


Codger: AusRossi......."..........to the team no2." Have you got that right, or did you slip it in for fun ? :)
Codget kind of, I think if you asked JLo, Rossi was definitely coming in at number 2 after the lost years at Ducati. The only person who did not read that memo was Vale. Also let me clarify on Burgess, I think Burgess was tired and also did not think Vale could win. Equally, while a great crew chief I think the greater use of technology on the bikes had passed Burgess by and that showed in alot of bizarre setup mistakes. I have been informed that Galbusera is all over the electronics side and you would have to say that they are demonstrating continuous progress in setup at each meeting which was not always the case with Burgess in 2013. Finally, JB has either been with the clear favourite rider, bike or combination of both now he did not get there by accident but Spencer, Gardner, Doohan and then Vale hmmm crew chief or rider?

Ausrossi

October 19, 2014 12:24 PM

MotoGP » Valentino Rossi wins dramatic Australian MotoGP


Gecko: I voted the MotoGP race a disaster !!! I take my hat off to Vale for a fantastic race, but he was lucky that his main competition dropped it because of the bad supply of tyres. Marc fell, not through bad riding but being caught off-guard by poor Bridgestones, and Cal was catching hand over fist and had the same fate with his Bridgestone front tyre. His team mate, who was very fast at the beginning, had to slow and take it very easy at the end to make it home. If this is what the control tyres give us in MotoGP then it is time to get rid of them and bring back a competition between tyre manufacturers.
I think you will find that he was catching Jlo hand over fist but the gap to Vale remained pretty static.


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