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jordang00

October 26, 2014 1:31 PM

MotoGP » Moto3: Estrella protest against Miller, Kent rejected


Bwahahahaha! Good on you Marquez brothers, you've really showed your true colours here! OMFG, I literally cannot believe those words coming from M Marquez's mouth, just wow. Completely lost all respect for you as a rider buddy, you make magic on the bike but you're a complete hypocrite! I feel so weird, I actually genuinely hope that everyone does the unsportmanlike thing and box A Marquez in at Valencia. After the way he acted to Kent, I really can't imagine any top riders other than Rins not trying to block pass AM... As previousy stated, the precedent was set between Miller and AM earlier in the season, much like last year with the aggressive block-passes made by MM on JLo. To Lorenzo's credit, at the end of the season, he played the game and gave MM a taste of his own medicine, riding only 'just on the limit' of the guidelilnes set by race direction.

jordang00

October 26, 2014 4:28 PM

MotoGP » Moto3: Estrella protest against Miller, Kent rejected


lulled into the same mistake by Miller over and over again. Listen to the motogp.com commentary, these people are paid significant amounts of money to commentate on the sport and whenever this exact situation happened where Miller came from out wide and hard on the brakes, they said 'Well Jack's got the racing line... I don't see any problem with that' Ok, fair enough he was pushing Marquez out wide when he braked hard and late, but I remember big Marquez doing the exact same thing to Luthi in the Moto2 at Qatar 2013 on multiple occasions, a move that wasn't penalised but caused a big stir (i.e. appeals from Luthi's team).

jordang00

October 26, 2014 4:23 PM

MotoGP » Moto3: Estrella protest against Miller, Kent rejected


Ok, please watch the race back. Miller had the committed inside line mid-corner on almost every occasion, Marquez comes from the outside, where Jack Miller has conveniently put his bike after coming in hot (I think this is called an overtake?). So, AM can either hit Jack, or change direction and mess up his corner. I believe this is how big Marquez usually handles the situation if he's got no other alternatives, am I wrong? Do you really have to go through countless hours of footage to know that Miller and the Marquez brothers are all aggressive riders? I must admit, mini Marquez sounds like a petulant, entitled brat, but his level of 'fairing-banging' is pretty much on level with Kent, Rins, Vasquez, Fenati, Olivera, Binder... So like half the top 10... Seriously, from this moment on, if there is any talk amongst the riders about who was in the right and who was in the wrong, it will not be in support of Alex Marquez. He wasn't good enough on the day, and was repeatedly lulled into t

jordang00

August 08, 2014 4:38 AM

MotoGP » Jack Miller tipped for the top


Bwahahahaha, clearly you haven't heard the news Wylie, Dunlop have been supplying track-specific tyres to Jack the whole year. This one is playing straight into the hands of the Illuminati, who have been putting the blinders on us so far. Hell, do you really think Rossi is actually Italian? It's two Canadian dwarves in a costume, how else would he/they win 9 championships?

jordang00

July 24, 2014 1:12 PM

MotoGP » Moto3: Miller marks himself ‘five out of ten’


Arxhtektov:
1050cc:
V4Poweeeer: Lol as I predicted months ago the same crowd that hated Stoner is now hating Miller for no real reason other than a young racer with self confidence and pretend like he has to fit their view of the ideal poster boy.
Plus I think you'll find the same people who loved Casey love Jack.... Australians! Ideal poster boy?
Why not? Maybe if one of you Poms could emulate Barry Sheene some time in the next century, then maybe you'd love him too.
Bwahahah... Burnt. For a country with a relatively small population, a substandard domestic series, and little access to sponsors (good luck getting sponsorship from an Australian company), I'm proud of the effort Australians have done on the world stage of motorcycling, I wouldn't be surprised if Miller did move up to the GP, although it such a monumental shift would be hard to fathom. But to be honest, I think it would have a lot to do with

jordang00

July 24, 2014 1:20 PM

MotoGP » Moto3: Miller marks himself ‘five out of ten’


*Cont'd* But to be honest, I think it would have a lot to do with keeping an Australian in the premier class, something we've managed to do for 30 years (the free-to-air rights over here only extend to the GP), as Parkes looks likely to lose his seat. Anyways... I feel HRC, YMR and the majority of the motogp media circus wouldn't be interested if there wasn't clear potential. But hey, that won't you stop thinking he's cocky and has a 'bad attitude', will it?

jordang00

July 16, 2014 6:47 PM
Last Edited 156 days ago

MotoGP » Petrucci: Aprilia my priority for MotoGP 2015


One of the nicest guys on the paddock, apparently. He has performed admirably on a rubbish bike in an underfunded team time and time again. If anyone deserves the Aprilia ride, it's him. Unfortunately, as stated before, there are going to be so many people in the market, including the guys from moto2... Money talks, but I really hope this guy at least gets a better ride and can show us what he's made of, there's nothing worse than the thought of a potential world champion or front runner being stifled due to a lack of funding. More factory bikes is a must over the next 5 years, there are just so many up and coming talents and not enough seats for everyone... Miller, the Alexes, Vinales, Rabat, Fenati, Quartararo, etc. and then you have Rea and Laverty from the WSBK. So much talent!


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