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August 11, 2014 8:24 PM

MotoGP » Lorenzo: I left it too late

Jorge needs a miracle, or at least a huge slice of luck. To finish the year above Rossi he'll have to win ALL the remaining races and hope that Rossi doesn't finish second, otherwise they would tie on points total. Obviously Dani and Marc are going to have a say in things. The reality is that Jorge has to earn 5 or more points than Rossi in EVERY remaining race. Even harder to catch Dani, of course.


August 12, 2014 10:18 AM

MotoGP » Colin Edwards steps down at Forward

Here's an English guy that remembers that one of the best eras in GP racing was Rainey et al knocking lumps out of each other. I was a Hopper fan, Lawson, Randy Mam.....sod all to do with Nationality and I fail to understand why it keeps being brought up. I really hope that someone gets some young riders from the USA back in. P.Jacobson ??


August 11, 2014 8:51 AM

MotoGP » Lorenzo: I left it too late

I am beginning to think that some posters are desperate for Jorge to beat Marc because they are terrified that Rossi might do it. It's great to see Lozzer get his confidence back, and willing to fight, and I am enjoying the fact that Rossi finds something in himself that is lacking and does everything he can to put it right. IE. Qually performance, starting faster, changing his riding style, etc. Great team, now they both need to finish in front of Dani so that Rossi will get second in the Championship. (for Yamahas' sake, not mine.)


August 11, 2014 8:59 AM

MotoGP » Marquez: So difficult to win them all...

Mike was very, very good on bikes made in peoples' sheds too. Even when he was a Works rider he would turn up at an English track and put his reputation on the line on a bike that he'd borrowed for the day. Can't see any of the current crop doing that. I noticed that when Rossi was leading Marc his lean angle was 4 or 5 degrees less than Marc's. What to make of that ? Marc followed for several laps like that.


August 11, 2014 9:34 AM

MotoGP » Lorenzo: I left it too late

"Perhaps you guys need to realize that the control over who wins and who loses in MotoGP isn't even in the hands of the factories, but down to the engineers at Bridgestone who tailor the performance envelopes of their tires." I didn't realise that , maybe I am ignorant. Tell us what Dorna and Bridgestone have against Ducati. Why are Dorna. penalising Redding. How do Dorna organise the weather, do they have a direct line to God. If so, is it by a red phone, Skype, or plain old text. If you can't answer any of the above I'm going to ask Sham or S1. PS you believing that it's all fixed makes YOU a believer. PPS I've not used question marks, it's rhetoric. It's also a load of your posts.

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