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November 05, 2015 5:09 PM
Last Edited 25 days ago

MotoGP » Lorenzo 'sorry' for Rossi rostrum gesture

golfnut04: Hes not apologetic about nothing, comments, actions or anything he does, right about now he knows the championship is his, but it will be meaningless in the eyes of the true fans of the sport, but hes got a flawed personality and i can't wait for HRC and MM to double-cross him next year.
Agreed. His response today is only in light of CAS upholding the FIM's original penalty. Had CAS ruled otherwise, we'd be hearing something completely different. It is what it is though. Rossi just needs to get a storming start and making his way up front ASAP. Let's see what he has in store for us.


November 04, 2015 11:16 PM

MotoGP » Lorenzo: I'll give everything to get this title

GeoffD: That video has been doctored,,, a frame has been conveniently left out,,, look at the distance travelled between frame 46 and 47, twice as far as every other frame, what a setup that is.
It's amazing to me that we can all watch the same race (..and during the race the fall took place from the helicopter view), yet we still have people believing that they saw a kick. In the very moment that Marquez went down, a "kick" didn't even cross my mind because there was no kick. People truly see what they want to see, and believe that Rossi could kick over a bike (or lodge his foot in between a brake lever and a brake guard).


November 04, 2015 6:54 PM

MotoGP » Lorenzo: I'll give everything to get this title

Um, no! The "moral high ground" comment implies a self-righteousness and a motive that the official legal language doesn't cover. I know you're a J.Lo fan, and there's nothing wrong with that, but let's call a spade a spade here.
Yeahh you can say that, i also know you're a rossi fan but i hope not blinded by fandom. I assume we both are not. When a wrong act is committed, it needs to be exposed, and when there is right deed done, it also needs to be lauded.
I'm not blinded by anything. I'm being completely objective, and I'm viewing the incidents from both a human and rider/racer perspective.


November 04, 2015 11:38 PM
Last Edited 26 days ago

MotoGP » Rossi wants Lorenzo title fight 'on equal terms'

Rossigirl: It would have been equal terms Vale, if you kept your suspicions and suppositions to yourself at the press conference and let your racing (which is superlative) do the talking. Why won't my fellow Rossi fans admit that if it wasn't for his unfounded accusations, none of this would have ever happened?
Well said Rossigirl. Its nice to see a Rossi fan who can think for themselves and post with intelligence and class. Well done. :)
Sorry, it is not intelligent to assume that Marquez wouldn't have continued on with his shenanigans (perceived, and giving Rossi the benefit of the doubt). Unprovoked, Marquez already did something to alert Rossi. Where is the logic in believing that it wouldn't have continued? That's like saying an unprovoked bully will stop bullying if you just keep quiet. We all see how that works out in practice.

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