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March 29, 2015 10:47 PM

MotoGP » Rossi: One of my best ever wins

Jack Mordino: I remember that Sepang race with Capirossi he talked about. I was at a racetrack watching a national race and everybody had gone inside to watch the MotoGP race on the giant flat-screen that existed in the cafeteria. The atmosphere that ensued, with the packed cafeteria begging for open room and everybody clinching their teeth at the electrifying race and various comments popping up heartily from all over the place... I can still remember Gibernau's crash and somebody shouting "That bike's so gone! It's scrap!" and everybody laughing. It was like an enchanted place filled with tension and love for motorcycle racing. Unforgettable moments. Anyway, coming to Rossi's comment, I can't but notice that he did not mention any of his Stoner duels when remembering his best races.... :)
this is his may even bring a smile to caseys face.


November 10, 2014 3:23 AM

MotoGP » PICS: Casey Stoner back on MotoGP machinery

JustWatch: What i didn't understand is how fast he is & how he slide the corner
Well....what can be seen is he uses his body as ballast he places low and off the seat his whole body as low to the track off and away form the bike like the monkey on a motorcycle side car that way he can stand the bike up higher in the turns= more tire contact sooner open throttle.. Looks so easy but he is the only one who can do is only the machinery that controls his pace there is no rider ever close to him that's why I cant watch anymore.all other GP riders are great but there bike lean angle is there limit he is not limited by that.without all the traction controls OMG! no one would be close...

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