Crash.Net User: bikenutter

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November 10, 2015 2:10 PM

MotoGP » Zeelenberg: Never a moment for Marquez to dive through

I think the only thing I'll say on this matter is that if MM was going to make a pass on JL it would have to be clean and easy. His passes on VR in Sepang were aggressive but it wasn't the final race, VR was slower than him and had just talked a load of trash about the guy. He also got a verbal slap on the wrist from Race Direction for interfering with the WC rides. If he knocked JL off in an aggressive pass he would've been in huge trouble. Either way I do think Rossi could've taken the high road and been the wiser man.


November 15, 2015 1:48 PM

MotoGP » Iannone decides against shoulder surgery

I'm surprised at this, I'm on my forth shoulder dislocation. You cannot be at full strength and manoeuvrability. I'm scheduled to have the surgery asap, it's affecting my sleep. After the second I felt like I recovered quickly and I said it was fine but it popped out just stretching in the gym, the fourth time was in my sleep, it goes downhill quickly. If he dislocated again in 2016 he'd probably need the surgery and face three months out in the middle of the season. After the surgery you have about 95% mobility and strength, it would be enough for bike racing.


November 11, 2015 12:08 PM

MotoGP » Casey Stoner to test for Ducati?

Jim Clausen:
bikenutter: Bring it on! Would love to see this happen. Now if MotoGP fans can just be respectful people could we see him return full time? I think that's too much of an ask for the current fanbase.
Respectful? What are you talking about? The riders are to please and entertain me, not the other way around. please
Well there you have it folks, because they are competing in a sport they exist to please us and because they exist to please us....we treat them like trash. Great.


November 05, 2015 1:28 PM

MotoGP » CAS confirms Rossi to start last at Valencia

To all the people who are out to crucify MM and put VR on a pedestal of infallibility I want you to imagine a parallel universe where it was MM defending a title lead and he’d accused VR of hindering his progress. If the race that then unfolded in Sepang happened and MM appeared to run VR wide and VR fell off. Forget whether or not there was a kick. Would you honestly be consistent with your current position and state that it was VR’s fault and that MM should not be to blame? I think not. There is no objectivity at play in the way people are responding to this. I hold the upmost respect for Rossi but there was definitely blame with both riders and I completely agree with the punishment that was handed out.

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