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joe850

September 13, 2015 1:35 AM

MotoGP » Rossi penalised, admits 'mistake'


It s the foam in the helmet, it s the fog in the helmet, Its Rossi going too slow, it's Rossi cleaning the sand from under his wheels-(oh right that was Gibernau) If JLo had any personality he would say nothing happened, forget about it. No big deal. Instead he is making it a big deal and looks awful comfortable and satisfied in that picture as Rossi is explaining himself. JLo may just have put himself into a mindset that will precipitate his defeat . Rossi taught one whiner a lesson. Rossi you are the teacher and tomorow you have Gibernau's reincarnation that needs a lesson.

joe850

September 07, 2015 1:32 PM
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MotoGP » Lorenzo: I completely lost vision


“I completely lost my vision, because the visor was foggy” Jorge Lorenzo. end of quote....When i drive a car or a motorcycle and i completely can't see I still go 100 to 140 mph around turns even though i have no clue when a turn begins or ends or when its a left or a right turn. I'm like JLo. Actually no. i pull over and if I do not, then i either raise the visor or go 10 mph. So as someone well asked, how did he come in 4th doing what ...a 100, 140 mph? .JLo You witnessed Rossi thrown from the top, back in 2010, and how for years he humbly took defeat w/o excuses.. You did copy cat a lot of his other behavior. Learn this one too. You are a good rider, and silence (sometimes) is golden.

joe850

August 31, 2015 12:00 PM

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


SpeedyBB:
frontbrake: I posted at the start of the season a yamaha rider would win the WC and since Vale pulled on the no ten shirt in Argentina i new that he will be the champion for this season. He is the best track rider ever but the overall rider or roads and track is either ago or Mike Hailwood and i would vote for the latter.
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.
if you raced against Ago and Mike hats off

joe850

August 30, 2015 4:25 PM

MotoGP » Rossi wins dramatic wet British GP


I am not a fan of Marquez not even close, And today I was worried early on in the race that he would take someone down. He looked pretty aggressive. but I cannot deny his riding skill, dry or wet. he was the only one able to threaten Rossi on his on form on a wet day. So I have to salute Marquez for his impressive shadowing of Rossi even if eventually he crashed in the process.

joe850

August 30, 2015 4:54 PM

MotoGP » Rossi wins dramatic wet British GP


someone:
joe850: I am not a fan of Marquez not even close, And today I was worried early on in the race that he would take someone down. He looked pretty aggressive. but I cannot deny his riding skill, dry or wet. he was the only one able to threaten Rossi on his on form on a wet day. So I have to salute Marquez for his impressive shadowing of Rossi even if eventually he crashed in the process.
It neither particularly impressive nor very smart to keep riding above ones capabilities just to score yet another DNF. He is lucky he did not injure himself with this bonehead attitude. If he were a bit smarter than this and would occasionally give away one or two positions, he would be well in the mix for the WDC.
I give him credit for riding before he crashed. Had he been a worse rider he would have crashed waaayyy sooner, as many others did at a much slower pace


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