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October 30, 2015 12:04 PM

MotoGP » FIM: Rossi-Marquez clash has 'poisoned' MotoGP


The trouble with this argument is that there are a lot of people who cannot see anything wrong. They don't know anything about motorcycles or riding one. They watch the race at Assen and say "ooh look Rossi took a shortcut and won the race. He is a cheat". How can you counter such stupidity? These are the same ones that think Marc was just riding a normal race at Sepang and Rossi kicked him off. They believe that Rossi's claim about Phillip Island is completely spurious because they can't understand what he is talking about, so they think Rossi has lost his marbles. Now there are a lot of other professional motorcycle racers, past and present, that side with Rossi. This should be enough to raise suspicion. But no, it has zero effect. There is no point trying to reason with these people.

Painless

October 30, 2015 2:08 PM

MotoGP » FIM: Rossi-Marquez clash has 'poisoned' MotoGP


Lorenzo did not put in constant fast lap times. I have already posted the exact number of times that Rossi could beat his best for the whole season. This information is based on the published lap times from the MotoGP web site. Whereas what you are saying is what you think. Poor Marquez he couldn't get away. Must have been that nasty tire problem. Faster than Lorenzo's fastest lap (1-29.711) on laps 8(1-29.562), 9(1-29.651), 13(1-29.571), 14(1-29.294), 15(1-29.577), (26)1'29.658, 27(1-29.280) . Marc is just so lucky that front tire came good right at the perfect time.

Painless

October 30, 2015 1:03 PM

MotoGP » FIM: Rossi-Marquez clash has 'poisoned' MotoGP


ampere:
Painless: hey believe that Rossi's claim about Phillip Island is completely spurious because they can't understand what he is talking about, so they think Rossi has lost his marbles.
Watch the race, examine the lap times in detail, and then demonstrate where the claims are substantiated. Rossi had good pace (mid 129s, at times), and he could have beaten Lorenzo, quite possibly. However, he lost all his time to Lorenzo when racing Marquez and Iannone. Look at the gaps and the times (and the race) from from lap 21 onwards. The most influence on the outcome of this race for Rossi was Iannone
Let me spell it out for you, again. Your words "he lost all his time to Lorenzo when racing Marquez and Iannone". What was Marquez doing there? He could just as easily kept Lorenzo in the playgroup since Lorenzo was painfully slow. Don't tell me, "cooling his hot tire".

Painless

October 30, 2015 1:24 PM

MotoGP » FIM: Rossi-Marquez clash has 'poisoned' MotoGP


@RealRacingCampaign "What right or business has a Yamaha rider got to question a Honda rider and a Ducati rider about why they raced him at PI?" Rossi wants to know why Marquez did NOT race both him and Iannone at Phillip Island. He was just ruining their race not racing them. But you are one of those people I mentioned before that think that Rossi cheated at Assen by taking a shortcut. You have to understand that motorcycle racing is different than NASCAR.

Painless

October 30, 2015 1:17 PM

MotoGP » FIM: Rossi-Marquez clash has 'poisoned' MotoGP


@ampere I examined the lap times. Rossi put down 7 laps faster than Lorenzo's best lap. For the rest of the year in every race that Lorenzo has won, guess how many times Rossi has beaten his best lap time? Once! One lap only. When a motorcycle racer finishes his race the first thing he wants to know is the lap times because they know what it means. But you wouldn't know that because you have never raced a motorcycle.

Painless

October 30, 2015 12:54 PM

MotoGP » FIM: Rossi-Marquez clash has 'poisoned' MotoGP


rossislow: Rossi could have avoided all this by being on pole " but" he now the slowest of the 3 Pole positions 2015 Marquez 8 Lorenzo 4 Rossi 2 Rossi is getting stuck in traffic as he is slow and cant dominate like he used to. Now he getting dominated. From ducatti to yamaha to now conspiracies . He has blamed them all except fact he getting old...getting owned on the track is frustrating but the stats dont lie. He is slowest.
Yep, you are a genius.

Painless

October 30, 2015 5:14 AM
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MotoGP » Lorenzo denies title 'pact' with Marquez


@geoffrey.spears.52 It makes the opposite case and has nothing to do with "tows". Or we could go with your version. Rossi could only put half a second on Lorenzo's best lap time because of a tow down the straight, all those lap times don't mean anything, do they? And we all know that Rossi has lost his mind and made all this stuff up about Phillip Island because he is deluded, Marquez said so. As for Iannone, well he only supported Rossi's statements because they are best Italian buddies. Then Marquez had to drop back from Lorenzo, who was snailing along, and mess about to cool his tire by getting into a dogfight, which included a host of lap times faster than Lorenzo was running, because that is how you cool down your tires, right? Finally, it was perfect timing by Marc because on that last lap his tire was back to perfect, so much so that he could complete an incredible lap to pass all and sundry and finished first.

Painless

October 30, 2015 2:33 AM

MotoGP » Lorenzo denies title 'pact' with Marquez


I previously posted that Rossi did seven laps quicker than Lorenzo's fastest lap at Phillip Island. This speaks volumes. The response from those who do not understand the significance of that was along the lines of "a race is an average of this and that". So for your benefit, Lorenzo has won races at Jerez, LeMans, Mugello, Catalunya, Brno and Aragon this year. Only once did Rossi record a faster lap time than him and that was at LeMan, one lap only. Is that simple enough for you?


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