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October 27, 2015 1:09 PM

MotoGP » Repsol slams Rossi for ‘unacceptable conduct’

this season in motogp and I am saddened., MM's riding style is "if I don't win, neither will you" This year it's Rossi. Next year if MM is not doing well he will do it to whoever else is leading. In Sepang, pestering a rider for 7 laps and staging a crash is not a racing incident.MM has set Rossi up to annoy the hell out of him in hopes he does something drastic. Rossi did and MM lucked out further with an opportunity to stage a crash hoping it would send Rossi down onto the pavement. Rossi stayed on but was falsely blamed for the crash.Now a perceived victim MM gets a shoulder of Dorma and repsol to cry on. I think I that is about as much of "B.S. motogp" as I can take for one season and maybe for the next or forever. Just change the name from Motogp Circuit to Motogp Circus.


October 28, 2015 2:27 PM
Last Edited 189 days ago

MotoGP » Rossi has contradicted himself, says Pedrosa

Nothing wrong with an aggressive pass or aggressive riding I like it. Rossi likes it. Unless such passes are repeatedly followed by slowing down and blocking. over a distance of several laps. And since passes were aggressive and inches apart there was a good chance someone would crash . Not a problem for a non title contender but a big problem for one who was, RD is responsible for fair racing conditions and they failed at it. MM was asking for a ride by penalty or something. They did nothing and punished the victim of their own failure. Pedro must understand it or would he understand only if he ended up on the receiving end of MM's stunts?


October 28, 2015 12:27 PM

MotoGP » Rossi has contradicted himself, says Pedrosa

Garcia: You are right Dani, he likes to dish it out but he can't take... sad, sad day for motogp seeing Rossi deliberately kick a contender off his bike because he was racing him and he couldn't take it...shocking.
It has been proven as false rumor. MM was caught lying that Rossi deliberately kicked him off his bike. Your quoting it does no service to practice of intelligence and/or arguing in good faith,


October 27, 2015 5:23 PM

MotoGP » Marquez: Rossi is out of control

Diesel26: Please people take off your yellow glasses. Vale was so so wrong today. Even a child could see that Rossi kick the handlebar.
yeah diesel , you are right I saw Rossi jump off his bike and first kicked MM's brake lever then he kicked his handlebar and then he kicked MM's ass and sent him into his element the dirt, and then Rossi jumped on his bike and drove away , I saw it all Diesel.


October 27, 2015 12:03 AM
Last Edited 190 days ago

MotoGP » Yamaha: Rossi 'incorrect' but penalty 'harsh'

here is a statement:" Come to think of it the only racer that's saying Rossi kicked out is Marquez and now he's been caught lying." when you are a victim in an incident would not telling the truth be all you need to get justice? Unless telling the truth got you in trouble, then you lie then it means you re the perpetrator not the victim. Again what was MM caught doing? Lying? Well nothing else I need to know who is the likely perpetrator of the crash especially that video and pics confirm what I think.


October 26, 2015 9:51 PM
Last Edited 190 days ago

MotoGP » Pedrosa: Sepang drama bad for all of us

Crashnet and Pedrosa " Italian's leg.... causing the 22-year-old to crash" Would Pedrosa stick his leg into front wheel of a moving motogp bike? I'D LIKE TO SEE IT .Moving objects require a force many times their weight to knock them off their trajectory. for a 500 lbs bike at 60 mph it s beyond force of a human leg. The leg theory is good for for someone like Megyn Jelly at Fox News ( she believes everything they tell her and repeats it on the air) The Sepang race commentator too said It was the leg. Anyway the pics and video show well it was not the leg How's that? Don't ask me You're the reporter and the guy who is willing to stick his leg into a turning wheel of a motogp bike. Sorry to be so harsh but I am tired of everyone and their little sister dumping on Rossi.


October 26, 2015 12:40 PM
Last Edited 191 days ago

MotoGP » MotoGP Race Director explains Rossi punishment

I assume this picture is a second before crash, It shows MM and VR still upright and close, Rossi leaning away and Marquez leaning toward Rossi. Marc's bike is lined slightly in direction away from Rossi so if Marquez just went with his bike there'd be no collision. MM's body contortions indicate an effort to steer from avoiding collision to causing collision.. The same is confirmed by video.MM accelerates so hard that his bike's front lifts just before hitting Rossi. Evidence: MM intentionally caused this crash. If Mike is unable to read dynamics of pictures and videos why is he passing punishments? And how can you punish Rossi for his response to pestering by MM when it was management's failure to provide harassment free race conditions. Looks like Race direction working in conjunction with "hit man" MM, to fix the title.If they get the title in the end they will have to sleep knowing they got through cheating. What an unfair way for JLo to win. Bravo Rossi,

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