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June 27, 2015 6:55 PM

MotoGP » Rossi, Marquez: We'll still be friends

Horsemen46: I cant imagine anyone who's seen the many camera angles and the still photos that could still say "yes, Marquez had room". Period. Hard to believe Marquez used his bike to try and make room? Hard to believe Rossi had to sit up and stay up from immediate lack of road?! Come on now. As a fan of Marc's I'm really hoping he makes a gentlemans statement before or at Germany.
Agree 100%!


June 27, 2015 2:12 PM
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MotoGP » MotoGP Assen - Race Results

nikisan: what are you talking about, rossi was already on the apex when marquez's front wheel rammed him. if rossi wasn't there marq was gone off into the gravel.
Definitely! Marquez was way too hot and way too inside to make those series of apexes. He would have gone straight into the gravel. He was hoping to use Rossi as a bump stop like he did Lorenzo in the past. I like Marquez, but take the loss son. Fair play to Rossi. He left a little in the tank those last couple of laps and defended his position. Deserved win.....and ohhhhh it tastes delightful.


June 27, 2015 2:42 PM

MotoGP » Rossi resists Marquez in tense Dutch TT

Neal: After watching the crash from multiple angles my conclusion are these: 1) Rossi was ahead of Marc and got hit from behind. 2) Rossi had the correct racing line and would have made the turn 3) Marc was coming in too hot and did not have the angle to make the turn. 4) Marc cut the corner even after contact with Rossi, if there was no contact he would have blown the corner even worse.
Agree completely.

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