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SD500

September 21, 2011 11:51 AM

MotoGP » Simoncelli closes on Hayden despite Aragon error


cont. just not enough space to have a reasoned argument Plaggie, sorry. post lap 10 he goes high 1.50 - 1.51s... .5 to 1 sec slower avg. then he goes out further, that would be the tires I guess at the end. he began losing consistent lap times when he had no one to chase, losing concentration. I look to your counterpoint, why did he run off because he was going slower not faster! Check the sector splits too.. it reveals he slowed after the chase. I want Sic to do well. I think he needs to concentrate for the whole race. Stoner, Pedrossa, Lorenzo and Rossi can all concentrate when chasing, out in front or just alone. Sic has to learn that. I am not harping on him, I hope he looks to the matter. How to concentrate for an entire race.

SD500

September 21, 2011 11:46 AM

MotoGP » Simoncelli closes on Hayden despite Aragon error


@Plaggie no not an insider. Melandri could be seen to be sliding, dicing and generally his demeanor was significantly better and Rossi began treating him differently. No one start on that as anti Rossi, not intent, it is an observation. Does Sic Try. Yes he does. that he pushes and sometimes too much not sure I agree with that argument. It looks like loss of concentration not pushing too hard. Pedrossa incident OK, but falling off when out if front? Analyze the lap times. it is possible he spooked. I can accept that, but that is one point. before lap 9 Sic was low 1.50s and a host 1.49. Impressive and this indicates why I think he is the best of the rest for a factory ride. lap 9 he was not chasing and he starts to slow .5 second. (it is possible he was defending, but he just took Spies easy should have been pulling away or upping the time, pushing harder, but not the case was it) lap 10 he rides on. post lap 10 he goes high 1.50 - 1.51s... .5 to 1 sec slower avg. t

SD500

September 20, 2011 11:12 AM

MotoGP » Simoncelli closes on Hayden despite Aragon error


contd My response Plaggie is that Melandri did clearly try much harder, you could see it in his riding, aggression, concentration, commitment. Does not invalidate the argument merely provides a counterpoint for consideration. I would like to see Sic do better, I think he can. that is just a statement of desire,not factual not even opinion, no place in argument but indicates a preference. Now those who mindlessly disagree to my post. Please, make an argument, not an attack, put that argument or p--- off. I am so over mindlessness which is what nay saying is all about. that is a challenge, often seen in argument.

SD500

September 20, 2011 11:09 AM

MotoGP » Simoncelli closes on Hayden despite Aragon error


OK, so I see some people disagree... so... rather than make a point you press the disagree.. so which of my comments.. let me guess you disagree that Sic is running 8th. he is, fact. you disagree that Sic is has 106 pts. he does, fact. you disagree that he is last in the factory bikes. he is, fact. you disagree he shows promise. you are allowed an opinion, I think he does show promise, but it is my opinion see @Plaggie comments about Brno. you disagree that he needs to show more concentration and commitment. an opinion. I disagree with you. He did not fight back is my evidence it is lacking. @Plaggie said since Brno he has good results. I agree and Plaggie put an argument. I just think Sic should try harder, an opinion. and Plaggie used the Melandri example. an excellent argument. My response Plaggie is that Melandri did clearly try much harder, you could see it in his riding, aggression, concentration, commitment. Does not invalidate Plaggie argument merely provi

SD500

September 20, 2011 12:15 AM

MotoGP » Simoncelli closes on Hayden despite Aragon error


@MTb Sic is not doing better than any other factory bike, including the dukes if the world standings are considered. He is running 8th. Sic is last in that group, 106 pts, behind Hayden 114, Rossi, Spies, PEdrosa, DOVI, JL and CS. That puts him stone motherless last in the factory bike stakes. Even so he does show promise, but that is small praise.. He needs to sow concentration and commitment.

SD500

September 20, 2011 12:00 AM

MotoGP » Simoncelli closes on Hayden despite Aragon error


I did not comment on sic getting a ride next yr on factory bike. Does he deserve it, ATM he is probably one of the few Options and continues to show promise. But my point was and still is he did not fight back. Marquez fought back after the error. He was running 149 and low 150 times. Then drops off to hi 150 and worse and it looks like the runoff did it. Tires? Give me a break. everyone had tire issues no excuse for not putting in. I want him to succeed, but he has to lift his game, not speed, but concentration. Being satisfied with 4th... Not good enough. Could he have challenged for podium. Who knows, he did not seem to try.


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