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BambangBikeRider

March 30, 2011 6:56 AM

MotoGP » Pedrosa shoulder not fully healed, doctors confirm


I am not a physician, but I think, neither Rossi's or Pedrosa's shoulder injury is permanent. It is a common thing that the muscles surrounding the injured ones compensate for the lack of strength/athropied muscles. This in turn will tire those muscle and amplify the pain and fatigue of those muscles. Since muscles can be trained and adapted, their muscles will soon get used to it. So, either the injured muscles get better or the surrounding muscles get adapted to compensating the weak muscles. Of course, these things take time.

BambangBikeRider

March 21, 2011 1:28 AM

MotoGP » Qatar MotoGP - Race results


I, and maybe some more fan were expected him to finish lower than 7th, or worse, see him fade at the last part of the race because of the shoulder fitness. Or worst, bin it. But it seemed that he only slowed down after Spies took him over because, he had no fitness or bike handling to compete with Spies, and more importantly, he is 10 ahead of Colin. No sense in doing the unnecessary. Otherwise, he seemed to manage to finish the race without too much problem.

BambangBikeRider

March 21, 2011 1:06 AM

MotoGP » Rossi issues instructions after first Ducati race


"I usually was a Rossi hater when Stoner was on Ducati, but now I recognize that MotoGP is not the same without him." posted by pinto. Take away any of the aliens, plus Simo, Dovi and Spies, and MotoGP will never be the same. By the way, I think for safety sake, it's ok for Stoner to pull 15 or more gaps, because the grid looks more competitive than last year. Not fun to watch for the fan though. But safe.

BambangBikeRider

March 21, 2011 12:55 AM

MotoGP » Qatar MotoGP - Race results


Better race than I'd expected. A lot of overtakings throughout the field. Stoner's trashed his "winning it or binning it" riding style on the Honda. I don't think he will bin it this season, unless he get caught in a pile up. Interestingly, Lorenzo looked soo excited with 2nd. Probably thought that if he can be 2nd in Losail (not exactly Yamaha's circuit), then he can win the rest. But no doubt Stoner will give a mighty fight alright. Poor Pedrosa, fitness (arm or shoulder) is still a big problem. By the look of it (bike and shoulder), it seems that Rossi will be at the podium sooner than anybody predicted.

BambangBikeRider

March 15, 2011 10:37 PM

MotoGP » Rossi explains 13th place at tough final test


Okay, too many people say that Dorna has given Rossi a lot of help in building his career. That might or might not be true. But remember, when he's on the track, he's on his own. So, true or not, it doesn't change the fact that Rossi is the only rider from the current grid, who is willing to fight for every single position, up until the very last lap. It's not uncommon to see Rossi made an overtaking move at the last few laps. Much more times than his rivals. And that's, IMHO, is a good racing to watch... (While there's nothing wrong with bolting from the starting line, building a country mile gap from start to finish, for me, it's just not as enjoyable).

BambangBikeRider

March 15, 2011 11:36 AM

MotoGP » Rossi explains 13th place at tough final test


Now, think about this. Pramac doesn't have the best Ducati mechanics available. De Puniet is not a better rider than Rossi (at least for the last couple of years). If he can beat Lorenzo (albeit the wrong set up), then logically it is achievable by Rossi and Burgess, provided they have the right set up and a good shoulder. Bottom line is, it is achievable already.

BambangBikeRider

March 15, 2011 11:09 AM

MotoGP » Rossi explains 13th place at tough final test


Anybody who says that Rossi has failed is simply doesn't grasp the concept of bike settings. Does anybody realize that Lorenzo is only 0.281 seconds faster than Rossi. He marked his fastest lap on 9 PM practice and failed to improve the lap time since. It was all simply because they haven't find the right set up. He was 0.413 seconds slower than Spies. Imagine that! Just a wrong set up on the most rider friendly bike on the grid (last year, at least), and they couldn't even beat De Puniet. Now, does it crossed your minds that Burgess maybe hasn't get familiar with the GP11 to make the right set up? When he does, you can be sure that they can cut 0.4 - 0.5 second easily.


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