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SwissJudge

May 29, 2014 10:34 PM

MotoGP » Under pressure Lorenzo keen to evoke 2006 memories


BrazilDUluwita: I love Vale to till the day I die and in all eternity. But I must say this too.... JLO will get out of this mess that he is in now. He needs to get his head strong again. He is a damn good MotoGP racer. I wouldn't take that credit away from him, as it is not fair as a MotoGP fan. Nobody can help JLO, but only him. He needs to get his head strong again.
True but until that happens hopefully we will get to see some more great brain explosions... I think JL started going down this path when in FP1 last race of last year he bumped the back of MM bike. A little bit of a reality check for JL ego is what is required. The jump start was very funny though :-) I would like to see one more of those. One can only imagine the reaction from the Italian crowd if we get a repeat of that one. So lets dust off our hand bags and have a free for all at the I T A L I A N motogp race !!!!!!

SwissJudge

May 29, 2014 10:44 PM

MotoGP » Marquez eager to right Mugello wrong


ducfer: SwissJudge, Because Ducati had those programmers Stoner asked many times to switch off electronics in order to slide more, "steer" with the back? Ducati issues are/were always related with front feeling/understeer.Best electronics can't overcome understeer,is about geometry,balance. Custom tyre prevented rubber wear caused by understeer,lost with control tyres. Beside that i was talking about 2008,2009.
I am neither here nor there with regards to your comment. Where the Ducati won out was with regard to out of the corner and down the straight. As for the bikes themselves? I don´t think anyone who is not intimately involved with the setting up of the bikes etc knows what is going on. How the electronics influences the engine brakes and suspension is as clear as mud.

SwissJudge

May 31, 2014 8:45 AM

MotoGP » Fast start for confident Rossi


Huskymick:
RFS131: @ huskmick. Lol...Yeah we all know how Rossi is struggling to make ends meet. That money goes directly to charity...chump change for a multi-millionaire. He does it because he is a creative and good-hearted guy. Period.
I'm sure AGV and the shops selling them all do it for free, come on.
I suppose selling the helmets may result in other sales and there also may be a tax deduction due to the money going to a charity. But I am absolutely certain that all profits made from the sale with perhaps the exception of transport (even that may be provided for free) would go to the stated charity. Or do you think that it has never been done before? Be careful not to judge others by what appears to be your own standards. And furthermore in the end it may just expose your own shortcomings too. I am almost certain that this is not your goal. It am no angel either but at least I am prepared to admit to it. Sure Rossi loves racing and also the winnings, sponsorship deals etc but I think it is fair to say that he does exibit altruistic behaviour too. It's just a little hard to be altruistic when people watch your every move and bodyguards are required when cruising around towns etc.

SwissJudge

May 29, 2014 10:16 PM

MotoGP » Marquez eager to right Mugello wrong


ducfer: 46marquez27, Not the best comparison,Stoner had inferior material to what Marquez has .Rossi had an easier task in 2008,2009 when he beaten Stoner.
In 2007 Stoner had the rocket ship motor and the three great Italian ECU programmers (who are now at Honda) and custom made to fit Ducati Bridgestones. In Stoners Honda WC winning year he had a powerful Honda with the fantastic seamless gearbox and the three Italian ECU programmers. Wherever the Italian programmers have gone success has almost always followed them...


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