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October 14, 2015 11:56 AM

MotoGP » Lorenzo: I will put all my efforts into overhauling Rossi

If Hooray is so good and fast as he says, then why push your lead out to over 3 seconds in the race? Why not manage the lead by putting less stress on the tyres? After all by his own admission he is faster than Rossi. Racecraft is something that makes an overall winner. Something Rossi has and Lorenzo still (after all these years) has to learn. GO ROSSI. GO LEGEND.


October 15, 2015 5:33 AM

MotoGP » Rossi remaining calm ahead of pivotal Australian MotoGP

Guys Rossi has been calm all year. He is the master at patience and racecraft, and rarely does he panic. Rossi rarely cracks under pressure, and wins from all positions on the grid. He wins in the dry, the wet, and when the race presents both conditions, he wins then as well. He has also won when a 10 second penalty was imposed during a race. The guy has done it all, but this year has put me, and I'm sure a lot of other fans under more stress than previous years. Why? Because of all the crap we have had to listen to in bygone years. Won't win on Yamaha after leaving Honda. Burnt his bridges at Yamaha and won't be welcomed back after going to Ducati. Won't podium again. Won't win again. Will regret dismissing Burgess, and will never win a title again. This title (if he wins) will give me the right to say, $uck $hit he has done it all. GO ROSSI. GO LEGEND.


September 15, 2015 8:23 AM

MotoGP » Lorenzo: Two mistakes, no regrets

shpongled: Cheering because a rider crashes and may be hurt is not the same as cheering that someone's mistake handed your local hero a gift. I think many people confuse the 2. I cheered, not because Lorenzo crashed, or could be hurt, but because it was a huge gift for VR that will stand him in good stead for the future. Maybe people should get off their high horses.
Why support one rider over another?
Assuming your married, why did you pick that one ?


September 14, 2015 4:49 AM

MotoGP » Lorenzo: Two mistakes, no regrets

Seems to me reading what Hooray said, is that he had to much going on in his head during this race, and that lack of focus probably added to him going belly up. And for him to comment that more pressure is now on Rossi is absolutely absurd. C'mon Hooray,your not real good at mind games, and if this statement is an attempt at them, give up.

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