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November 02, 2015 11:06 AM

MotoGP » Honda: Data shows Rossi 'kick' on Marquez

It looked to me like Marc ran into Rossis leg. He hit the leg with the handlebar, which made it look like Rossi kicked, but in fact it was just a physical reflex to being hit. His leg simply "bounced". Then that "bounce" either hit Marcs brake lever directly, or Marcs arm which in turn hit the brake lever. Either way, not Rossis DIRECT fault that Marc crashed. But, Marc was not expecting that Rossi would slow down and not turn in, because that is not something you (are allowed to) do. So INDIRECTLY it was definitely Rossis fault. I am a big fan of Rossi, but I do think he's been quite a bit out of line lately. Blaming Marc for favoring Lorenzo is just wrong. I guess the saying "reap what you sow" applies...


May 17, 2015 3:49 PM

MotoGP » Heat melted Marquez challenge

It seems to me like this year, the Yamaha guys are riding more like MM, and MM is riding more like the Yamaha guys used to... Rossi and Lorenzo are both raising the bike upright much quicker after corners, and MM is riding much smoother. Obviously Yamaha has made that work with this years bike, while Honda hasn't. Very difficult position for Honda, especially with the Ducatis now having become competitive as well.


May 01, 2015 9:51 PM

MotoGP » Honda rule out Stoner comeback in 2015

I wonder if MM and his team has a veto or something. Perhaps Honda wants Stoner back but they just cant because MM, now being the clear championship hope, said no. Everyone knows Stoner would deliver much better results for Honda than Aoyama. If Honda doesn't bring Stoner on, they might not win the team championship. Yamaha is a much stronger team this year.

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