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June 20, 2013 5:25 PM

MotoGP » Lorenzo sets record Aragon pace for test double

@ Dacron I think Westie doesn't fear bad weather! :-) Too bad he ain't that great in the dry! Lorenzo is a guy who expects a lot from himself. He has so many ideals and rules and regulations that he puts on himself. It does make him a bit cranky in some situations, but I think it also gives him a lot of mental strength. A lot of self belief. No matter what the situation is he looks at it positively, even though he doesn't state it. He doesn't doubt even once in his mind that he can't achieve it. That is what makes him very very dangerous.


March 30, 2012 4:25 AM

F1 » Media to blame for Bahrain doubts, insists Ecclestone

how many here accusing Bahrain have actually lived in Bahrain? or any GCC country for that matter? I have.. and its nothing like the media portrays it to be.. far from it.. one of the best places in the world to live in.. the problem in bahrain is not a political one.. its root lie in philosophy and religion.. but the media wont bring it up as it doesnt suit their interest in this situation..


February 29, 2012 2:12 AM

MotoGP » Rossi: We didn’t understand a lot

8th on the timesheet, & he has got the most comments from any articles related to day 1 testing.. by far!! Who do they want to talk about? Who do they love the most, hate the most? Valentino is a phenom!! Inspite of having a nightmare within a nightmare season aka inception style, he still is all that everyone cares about.. Casey, Jorge, Ben, and everyone else strive hard so they will become him one day.. Disagree all you want, but the facts speak for themselves.. Vale sells MotoGP like no one else, even when he finishes in 7th with a single podium.. Thats saying something!


February 08, 2012 2:51 AM

MotoGP » Cyber war? Repsol Honda compare Stoner, Rossi stats

If people actually think Casey/Jorge/Dani etc are the same as Wayne/Kevin/Mick/Vale, I suggest part with a li'l dough and watch those championships from before the last decade.. Those guys were the hand of god on them bikes! Fearless, motivated, enjoying themselves to the limits.. Just rider, machine and asphalt.. It was mesmerizing (in the full meaning of the word) to watch them! Just pure brilliance! There's a reason it's called the 'Golden' era of racing!

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