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bikenut

November 25, 2014 11:15 PM

MotoGP » Valentino Rossi: VR46 Academy keeps me young!


Tetley: VR46 is to be congratulated and thanked for using his wealth, his knowledge, his experiences and his influence in helping younger riders to attain their potential. He clearly has no intention of taking the money and disappearing when his riding days are over. Unlike most riders of recent years, he won't just be making cash from personal appearances to promote spurious companies. He won't be making appearances just for the personal glory. He sets an unparallelled standard for others to aspire to, both in his riding and in his altruistic support of younger riders. It is just one of the aspects of true greatness which the GOAT has brought to the sport. We won't miss him. He's not going away.
It's a natural progression as you get older to be a little less self centred, Valentino has been around a long time and no doubt is looking for more from the sport than "just" winning. It's fun to help others and he gets it!

bikenut

November 13, 2014 12:58 PM

MotoGP » Jack Miller: MotoGP 'like sex with pants on!'


NineTimes: That sums up his level pf intelligence! @Yearby Did you mean people can't stand riders winning back to back multiple titles? Or angry riders who try to push other out of the track, call other riders i parc ferme F**** P****ck??? Which one boy? VR & MM when were 19' they were already mature and absolute gentlemen not a petulant thug like jack miller. Aby for backing up hia words with result, yes, only of he has the best machine over others. Let see what he's made of in big boys's series.
Not a 100% sure what you are saying, think maybe your English could be letting you down a little but "absolute gentleman not a petulant thug" seems to be a little over the top - I am sure I remember Valentino in a punch up after a race with Biaggi back in 2001, when he was a youngster in his early twenties.

bikenut

November 14, 2014 9:43 PM

MotoGP » Jack Miller: MotoGP 'like sex with pants on!'


NineTimes: Nowadays calling the world champion a "F*** p***ck" is called straight talking and dirty moves trying to take out other riders is called "aggressive riding style" LOL
And posting far more than anyone else on an article about a rider you don't like is called trolling. Think you are obsessed with this guy dude .........stop drinking coffee and get some sleep!

bikenut

November 13, 2014 12:44 PM

MotoGP » Jack Miller: MotoGP 'like sex with pants on!'


JBfanboy: how can Dorna be forcing this dude on us?! the guy is the anti-hero persona I just wished he could have enough speed to make MM throw him out of the window in a race coming from the back!
I think he is actually quite smart and charming, not at all pretentious and that makes him all the more charming, you know where you stand with him - instantly - and I respect that. His mum said in an interview "he hasn't changed with his success, he hasn't got posh" or words to that effect. She may not have the most eloquent turn of phrase but I think she nailed it, nothing "posh" about Jack but don't get confused and think that means he isn't smart or talented or worthwhile.

bikenut

November 10, 2014 11:14 PM

MotoGP » Jack Miller: It’s out of this world!


NineTimes: One must be born champion (VR, MM...etc) Miller ain't champion material. Wasn't for Australian Passport he would of gotten that ride in motogp. Getting a Repsol? He is not better than #58.
There is insufficient information to predict if he is "champion material" but clearly he was the pick of this years m3 riders and if you had any insight you would realise that it is far harder for an australian so far from Europe and sponsors to get into moto gp than their European counterparts. It's all about skill and sponsors. There are no Australia sponsors in motogp. Please explain the passport comment it makes no sense?

bikenut

November 10, 2014 10:41 AM

MotoGP » Moto3: Jack Miller wins, Alex Marquez champion


CliffEdge: One thing is for sure now - Miller will eventually retire never having been a World Champion in any class. This was his one & only shot at it & he was beaten by a better man.
Sounds like you probably have the same crystal ball that allowed the experts to debate if it would be Rossi or Lorenzo who would take out the title the year Rossi moved to Ducati - of course history showed those experts knew nothing. Valentino won nothing that year and Jorge won 3 Stoner came from nowhere and took out the title with 10 wins I am guessing your prediction will be as accurate!

bikenut

November 10, 2014 10:57 AM

MotoGP » Moto3: Jack Miller wins, Alex Marquez champion


NineTimes: I have never see such one-eyed fans. Jack Miller is the nastiest rider i ever seen, i repeat, the nastiest. Yesterday he tried to kick Marquez several times. What a shame that motogp must be forced to accept such personality. Fore those suggesting Jack Miller will give Marc Marquez trouble, well MM at his age was a double world champion and Jack Milled is double nothing. If it wasnt for his superior ride and KTM sabotaging other KTMs, he would be nowhere. Can't wait for miller to get destroyed in premier series.
Unlike your own comments which are totally impartial


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