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August 07, 2014 3:38 PM

MotoGP » Rossi: Tracks that are difficult for me

It is a matter of the classic haters calling for Rossi's retirement.....again. They just won't get over the fact that their hero bailed out. And they won't admit that he had a machine advantage when he took the championship and will bully anyone to death that even insinuates such blasphemy. Truth is that Rossi is as close to the pointy end with the given machinery as anyone can be. For the most part the only drama we have seen this year is him starting poorly and working his way up through the pack. And let's face it all that MotoGP is supposed to be is entertainment. And the most entertaining rider is arguably Rossi.


August 06, 2014 10:45 PM

MotoGP » Rossi: Tracks that are difficult for me

MotoMarc: I think that Rossi is just being honest that he doesn't know where he'll be at the end of this race. Plus with his recent races there it hasn't been great. So while he's more comfortable and confident this year the track is the variable. I'm sure however he'll try his best and would't be surprised if he does well. But it's smart to down play when you don't really have a good idea on how it well end up this weekend. That all said, he really needs to pick-it up a bit and reduce that gap to Marquez.
Well said. But that being said, Rossi always struggles (putting it lightly) at mixed weather races. Full on wet, he is a racing machine. But mixed he just doesn't seem to adapt.


August 06, 2014 10:36 PM
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MotoGP » Red Bull increases Honda backing

RSMick: Show us the evidence then Mr G
That would take the form of the last 2 riders that jumped on the Repsol Honda and ran away with the championship. Pretty good evidence.
if the rider was any random monkey from the population, then it might be considered evidenced, depending if the control variables are adequately modelled. If the two riders are some of the most talented and successful riders in MotoGP's recent history, then, NO it is not evidenced. EDIT by CRASH.NET: Poster attack removed.
One of the riders was 4th place in the championship on a bike that many here touted as a championship winning bike. And then switches bikes and heads straight to the top. Hmmmmm So the bike had nothing to do with it?

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