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October 27, 2014 10:22 AM

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

Theres alot of talk about how the Honda is superior in braking, how its so stable. In the race that I watched, MM's bike was all over the place during braking. It was MM who showed spectacular bike control under hard braking with his Honda threatening to throw him off lap after lap. Pedrosa on the other hand, crashed twice. All credits to MM he did a fantastic job.


October 26, 2014 12:43 PM

MotoGP » Lack of fitness cost me in race, says Lorenzo

Honest guy. His admittance to not being fit enough could cost him as a professional, but he is brave enough to admit it. He was fast enough to lead a couple of laps, so there is no issue with his riding. He defended his position well too. But under intense heat its hard to keep it up if not up to the required fitness level. Rossi is an exemplary athlete who is still just as fit at his age as he was in his prime. MM is in his prime, fitness is never an issue. This is after all, motor sports, and riders are required to be athletes. Its not called a sport for nothing.


October 25, 2014 1:31 AM

MotoGP » Marquez has changed race culture, says Redding

RaceRoad: lol i always seen VR riding like that, and mm just copy it striking right back. nothing new here. Rossi was gone for 3 years. 2 years duc 1 year yam where he had to adapt again. but it was always here in motogp it was never gone. Its not like a legend or jl had to come up with a new plan.... lol
VR is a grip rider from 125-250cc 2 stroke days. He does not naturally steer with the rear like MM does. MM is a dirt rider first then tarmac. Rossi has always been a tarmac rider and later on did motard to add the dimension of slides, but its not his main mode. Not like dirt riders like MM n CS. So yeah Rossi isnt the founder of backing it in.

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