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Spartacus

April 16, 2015 10:16 PM

MotoGP » Redding surprised by Espargaro reaction


The reason why Lorenzo was going so "slow" on mid corner as Scott is saying is because as good experienced riders know the first few corners on a motogp race you need to let the tires and brakes warm up to proper temperature before pushing. JL learned this during the 2008 season in which he tried to win the race in the first lap and ended up doing flips in mid air. Scott should know better than to open his mouth and sound silly by making these statements, Scott learn from this mistake you made and move on do not try to explain your errors and try to make them look like is everybody elses fault.

Spartacus

February 26, 2015 1:41 PM

MotoGP » Espargaro's final day plans thrown into disarray


Did that slower rider happened to be.... Karel Abraham by any chance? I read that Karel also got into some fuzz with Cal Crutchlow who was kind enough to pointed out where the sky was with his middle finger to Karel and Scott Redding who gave him some friendly advice on how to wait in the middle of a live track in order to follow somebody (no wonder why Karel only managed to do 30 full laps on the last day of the test).


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