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Realist

September 14, 2014 7:24 PM

MotoGP » Victorious Valentino Rossi 'at the best of my career'


46Renovation: Rossi comes through in this self-assessment much franker and more realistic that those of us who are raving for his stellar and refreshing victory today. He seems to ackowledge the perfection in the set-up of the bike more than any exponential explosion of ability on his part. He is obviously not self-abnegating but acknowledges that the opposition, particularly MM and JLo, are the stronger, new kids of the block. How I wish that there is a bit of stonewalling in all that and that we will witness yet another display and outcome like today before the season rings out. Well done #46.
Um sorry, Lorenzo is NOT a new kid on the block. Marquez on the other hand....IS!

Realist

September 14, 2014 7:43 PM
Last Edited 6 days ago

MotoGP » Vintage Rossi clinches emotional victory at Misano


Codger: Understandably the Rossi fans are enjoying this win, and so they should. I would like to see just one poster, who said Jorge has the best chance of beating Marc, come back on and admit they got it wrong. Dovi made his tyres last the race. In fact he was quicker toward the end of the race !!!
I'd love to see that too, but it'll never happen (from the usual suspects....Husky excluded). Most are not willing to admit when they are/were wrong.

Realist

September 13, 2014 3:50 AM

MotoGP » Redding reacts to Gresini Aprilia deal


I want him to get the factory 213V so that he can put up or shut up. If he gets the factory bike, yet fails to impress, it'll hush all of the nonsense about him being able to take it handily to Marquez. If he does well, then it'll hush those who doubt(ed) him (including me....I'm just not convinced that he's THAT good). Either way, he needs the bike so that we can "see what he's made of" and move on.

Realist

September 12, 2014 7:49 PM

MotoGP » Redding reacts to Gresini Aprilia deal


Conrice: I'm impressed with how Scott handled the interview. Considering how crass some of things he's said prior (about a lot of things) have come off, I think he's handling this the best he can. I still don't think he should try and "develop" the Aprilia. He hasn't done it before, and even though he says he's comfortable in GP now, he doesn't have the experience or the age to really do it. I think he can land somewhere good next year on a bike that he wants.
Well said!

Realist

September 12, 2014 12:58 AM
Last Edited 8 days ago

MotoGP » Redding on 2015: It’s a big decision for me


Netmeister:
biaggi: Do you want to bet with me that he will beat the ducati's and the british heroes next year??
If Vinales (a rookie) on a Suzuki (a bike barely matching Open class times in testing) beats Smith, Redding AND Crutchlow on factory Yamahas and Hondas, I'll cut off my own phallus and feed it to my neighbours dog.
Can somebody please screenshot and save this quote for later reference?

Realist

September 12, 2014 3:39 AM

MotoGP » Redding on 2015: It’s a big decision for me


Netmeister:
JasonLewis: Netmeister Careful, Vinales is a special talent
No argument here, Jason. But he simply won't beat three factory bikes over a season on a Suzuki. Pretty confident I will not be a eunuch come 2015's end [winky face] Edit: Factory Yams and Hondas, I should say.
Funniest comment ever. LOL! Good stuff. I dunno though, an average rider on a Factory bike will still be average. It's exciting stuff really. There could really be a shake-up next season.

Realist

September 11, 2014 10:44 PM

MotoGP » Lorenzo: I have to accept it


crashnetdummies: Name me those guys in the lower class that will beat Lorenzo in the next 2 years. Lol Lorenzo is only 27, you sound like he's washed up soon to retire. Or are you just being a massive hypocrite ? Fwiw, it's a real question.
I never said he was washed up. What I'm saying is that Marquez will LIKELY dominate for at least the next few seasons (..probability, nothing more!). By then, we may have a fast Miller/Vinales/A.Marquez/etc. all vying for factory equipment. I'm speaking in "what ifs" here, just like everybody else who mentions "what ifs" about Yamaha picking up their game. There is a genuine chance that one of those riders could be fast enough to bring it to Pedrosa/Rossi/Lorenzo. Again, it's just a realistic discussion here. I don't think anybody who assesses the changes coming to GP really slots Lorenzo in for another WC IF they are being honest and objective.


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