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Realist

October 29, 2014 7:15 PM

MotoGP » Rossi: Mistake to leave Yamaha over No.1 status


Yearby23: RaceRoad Agree JL was leading the title before VR broke his leg in 2010... wasn't really gifted. Fair enough if JL had't won a race but he'd won 2 of the first 3 before VR had the accident. When VR came back he said himself the leg wasn't the issue, it was the shoulder that he'd injured previously that was the problem, he still won at Sepang and beat JL at Motegi but JL beat VR at Philip Island and won in Valencia.
Yeah, by what....8 points or something? It wasn't like there was some massive disparity (and that Rossi wasn't competitive).

Realist

October 28, 2014 11:06 PM
Last Edited 27 days ago

MotoGP » Rossi: Sepang podium long time coming


Rabcati: My worry for Vale next year is that he will qualify even worse with guys like Hayden, Crutchlow, Redding etc on more powerful/better bikes than this season. He may find himself in q1 quite a lot! I'd really like him to win at Valencia that would be exactly 300 points in the bag only 6 less than when he won the championship in 2009.
Don't count those chickens (..Hayden, Crutchlow, Redding and the customer Honda) before they've hatched. Crutchlow is taking Bradl's bike, so it's not like he'll add to the damage. Hayden and Redding could just be "Bautista" all over again. Hayden's really the last of my worries. My eyes are on Crutchlow though, and Redding to some degree. I'd like to see Rossi get one more win too. At this point, all that I care about is that Lorenzo finishes behind him. I have my fingers crossed.

Realist

October 26, 2014 7:43 PM

MotoGP » 'One Euro' wire cost Crutchlow chance of fourth


Yearby23:
eadgbe: Ducati must be pretty p***ed off with Cal. Early season when they were still behind him, he was rubbish. Now he's been given the cast-offs, he's showing up the lack of progress with the 2014.2 (or whatever it's called). Doesn't bode well for next years Duke. as for Cal's lack of PR speak - when was the last time you remembered anything Dovi said?
He hasn't got the 14.2....... And all the rubbish performances early season we're mainly due to electrical faults...Qatar it stopped working completely... Crappy Italian build quality.
That's not what he said nor meant. He said "showing up the lack of progress with the 14.2". In other words, his old bike is doing just as well or better in some cases than the 14.2.

Realist

October 27, 2014 4:54 PM

MotoGP » Marquez: Pressure has eased for record bid at Valencia


RaceRoad: sorry mm was in controle? why did honda threathen to leave over electronics and electronics alone! if it was for mm, honda shouldnt complaine right. as honda said al is done by hand. LOL mm in comntrole hahaha the electronics are working overtime not to let mm crash every corner.
So it's not enough for his peers to make comments like, "We don't know how he does it", etc.? I mean, Marquez has tipped the bike into a corner with the rear wheel off the ground, and made it look easy. Explain to me how that has ANYTHING to do with the electronics?

Realist

October 27, 2014 9:55 PM
Last Edited 29 days ago

MotoGP » Rossi: Sepang podium long time coming


Brain:
DB8:
TrueFan: Great ride by Rossi. He looked really comfortable for most of the race, and even though Marquez had something extra, it wasn't much. I didn't expect Rossi to make the podium, so whatever he found in the morning warmup, it made a huge difference. Great ride. There's still a slim chance Lorenzo could take second with a win in Valencia, but only if Rossi finshes 4th or worse. My money is on Rossi from here.
If Lorenzo wins in Valencia, and Rossi finishes fourth, would they not be on level points? What happens then???
Lorenzo would be awarded 2nd place in championship with more wins under that scenario
Yep!

Realist

October 26, 2014 7:53 PM

MotoGP » Rossi: Sepang podium long time coming


Joeski:
TrueFan: Great ride by Rossi. He looked really comfortable for most of the race, and even though Marquez had something extra, it wasn't much. I didn't expect Rossi to make the podium, so whatever he found in the morning warmup, it made a huge difference. Great ride. There's still a slim chance Lorenzo could take second with a win in Valencia, but only if Rossi finshes 4th or worse. My money is on Rossi from here.
Really hate to agree with you on this...Lorenzo, DP and MM are exceptionally strong at Valencia...Rossi has not been throughout his career. Call it a Bogey track or whatever but this is the case. I can see these 3 finishing ahead of him there but in what order? is the question...HOWEVER, with Rossi's form this year that theory is also questionable!! and I cannot wait for the verdict!! on track
I'm even more excited for the post-race tests. New riders on new bikes.


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