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September 01, 2013 2:22 AM

MotoGP » Lorenzo: Marquez like Stoner, but never gives up

“Also I believe that he (Marquez) has been lucky with his crashes and if he is taking the same risks for a long time, maybe sometimes he will get injured because it is not so simple not to get injured when you risk so much.” Very true, which is why MM can only be considered a true great several seasons down the road if he still riding like he is now.


September 01, 2013 2:05 AM
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MotoGP » Rossi: I’ve never seen a rookie like Marquez

Rossi didnt start on a Repsol Honda as the main factory honda rider. In his time riders are promoted gradually, no rookie in main factory team. How times have changed. As ive said before, i hope MM doesnt burn out in years to come. Only then will he be comparable or better than Rossi. The sport takes a toll on the mind and body over the years. All riders who are at the pointy end 2-3 seasons down the road are the true greats.


August 18, 2013 6:44 AM

MotoGP » Worst of season as braking, corner entry woes hamper Rossi

Lorenzo is doing well despite riding injured, on same kit. Is the wall still up? If it is, wouldve been a big regret to have it up sometime back. Quite obvious his bike hasnt been dialled in, and most like because of unshared data. And we all know of the 80sec thingy... Didnt happen at Ducati, doesnt seem to happen at Yamaha either. Karma at its highest level at work.


August 09, 2013 12:53 PM

MotoGP » 'Productive' MotoGP test for Stoner - no wild-cards

Repsols arent the best bikes. I dont think there is a particular best bike. Whilst honda are ahead in terms of engine, yamaha are ahead in alot of other areas. In fact the m1 started off being way more advanced in terms of suspension, brakes, electronics. Some tracks favour rcv, some tracks favour m1. Im not too sure if its true Rossi dislike electronics, without which the Yamaha will be further behind Honda.

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