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Ah choo. Rossi's no 1 sneeze!

November 19, 2014 11:17 AM

MotoGP » Moto2: Rabat record, Marquez knocks confidence


Yearby23: Vinales, a rookie, topped the timesheets in the final session before the season even started.
Sure, but that's at the last test, not the first. As a comparison, Marc was 1 second behind Dani at the end of his first MotoGP test, but was able to close the gap to nothing at the third test in Sepang. As I said, too early to judge his ultimate pace, but 1 second in his first (dry) test is neither unexpected nor slow.

Ah choo. Rossi's no 1 sneeze!

November 16, 2014 5:45 AM

MotoGP » Jack Miller: MotoGP 'like sex with pants on!'


herewego: There is nothing worse than a rider who thinks he is absolutely fantastic and that is what Jack thinks he is!!!!!
Firstly, when you make it to MotoGP, that's pretty good confirmation that you are an absolutely fantastic rider. Second, you're wrong - there's plenty worse than that. For a start, there's the Internet nobody that did nothing with their life and are so filled with petty jealousy that they feel the need to rip into hard-working and talented riders to feel better about their miserable lot in life.

Ah choo. Rossi's no 1 sneeze!

November 13, 2014 10:17 AM

MotoGP » Smith: I’ve got to earn a good bike for 2016


Bradley's pace at the end of the year was much closer to Pol than expected (not that it wlll stop people around here running him down). A solid season. He's right that he has to keep moving forward to hold his Tech 3 ride for another contract and I'd like to see him do that. The talent pool in the lower classes grows deeper and more competitive each year.

Ah choo. Rossi's no 1 sneeze!

November 14, 2014 3:57 AM

MotoGP » Jack Miller: MotoGP 'like sex with pants on!'


NineTimes: No traction control, lol, Please!!!!! Without traction control they wont be able to do a single turn!
That's ridiculous. Without traction control you can't pin it mid corner and expect to stay on, but you can still moderate power with the throttle. That's always been the case. The Hayabusa puts out around 180hp on to street tyres and only recently got traction control. It can be (and is) used as a method of getting more consistent/fast lap times, but it's primarily a safety feature. So it's highly unlikely that it was switched "off", but perfectly feasible that it was turned down to the point of not engaging during his laps, allowing him to find the limit of the tyres. To say they need traction control to do a single turn is a gross misunderstanding.

Ah choo. Rossi's no 1 sneeze!

November 13, 2014 3:29 PM

MotoGP » Jack Miller: MotoGP 'like sex with pants on!'


samas: This bloke came to me and told me that he seen the KTM bosses go into the Rossi Sky garage and he heard them have a go at Rossi and his team telling them to back off that they wanted an Aussie to win After talking to him for 5 seconds I realized he was a Rossi fanboy, so I'll just put it down as hearsay.
That is the definition of hearsay and, to be frank, reeks of bulldust. If fact, out of all the nonsense I've read in this forum, that has to be one of the most ridiculous.

Ah choo. Rossi's no 1 sneeze!

November 13, 2014 9:15 AM

MotoGP » Marquez: New Honda needs change of direction


Tomco: Jack Miller ? He hasnt done anything at all to impress me. There are literally dozens of other far better riders to be snapped up by HRC. Funniest thing Ive heard for a long time.
It's clear that there is nothing he can do to impress you, then. He has just finished the season with three masterful performances that showed outstanding pace and racecraft. Each race better than the last. He totally bossed that last race like I've never seen in 125/Moto3 - it was incredible.


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