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therealDave

April 26, 2015 1:15 AM

MotoGP » Marquez: Zero intention to cause the accident


Let it go haters! Vales results are now forcing you to take an incident he had not created nor control over, and declare it was not only his fault, but that he did it on purpose? From any angle of footage, Vale was in front at both points of contact! It's up to the guy passing to ensure his (and the rider he is attempting to pass) safety! If you claim MM was not attempting a pass, then what the heck was MM doing so close in the first place? Haters, let it go because it's clouding your judgement and you are making yourselves look quite silly now......

therealDave

April 22, 2015 4:59 AM
Last Edited 130 days ago

MotoGP » Rossi: Marquez made a mistake


To those who say VR did it on purpose...... If he did, it simply confirms he is the GOAT! Imagine having the ability to direct a GP bike going at 180+ kph, on a change of direction, to knock the other guys tire out, fully confident you would not crash yourself or damge the bike leading to a retirement???? Only the true GOAT could do that....right? If he didn't, well, lets not consider that option because it would (once again) shatter your beliefs that VR cannot win unless he has special tires, the better bike, a lack of competition or plays dirty etc. Did it on purpose? What a joke! If it was anyone else, you'd be saying "bad MM, he does this all the time, it's just a matter of time before he hurts someone" but as it was Vale, "Vale did it on purpose." Let go of the hate people....

therealDave

April 22, 2015 4:45 AM
Last Edited 130 days ago

MotoGP » Rossi and Marquez: Racing incident


Motojunky: Just read all the posts, and am I the only one that thinks the wording on this article is wrong ? "Marquez's front wheel was hit by Rossi's rear wheel, sending the reigning double champion tumbling down the track". Should it not say, "Rossi's rear wheel was hit by Marques front wheel" That's the way I see it, and wording it the way they have makes it sound like Rossi did something wrong. I am 100% confident he did not. Anyway it is irrelevant, because 24hrs after the race I am still smiling.
Spot on Moto! The other stand out example in the article is "Ultimately Marquez found himself in the wrong place at the wrong time." VR didn't simply develop out of thin air in front of MM (although, after being run down by almost 5 seconds within 10 laps it may have felt like it)! The riders have a throttle, brake and brain. MM put himself and VR in that situation...

therealDave

April 20, 2015 11:52 PM

MotoGP » Lorenzo disappointed, but Rossi 'unbelievable'


crashnetdummies: Switch Lorenzo with Rossi with your comments guys and we're instantly back in 2011, 2012 or 2013. Same posts, different rider. Something bothers Lorenzo like it bothered Rossi. World class riders don't lose ability to ride overnight. For Lorenzo It started the first day he tested the heat resistance tyres, it seems some of you fail to acknowledge because it doesn't fit the notorious narrative known as "Lorenzo is in fact, not that good" Why would people put things into perspective when it's so easy to pull the "what have you done for me lately" card and act like a truth teller. Come on now.
The haters not only jumped on Rossi 2011-2013 because of lack of results then, but they also questioned his past WC (special tires, best bike, no comp etc.). What goes around comes around! If trolls can openly question VR, what's so special about Jlo that he should not receive the same treatment?

therealDave

April 21, 2015 2:11 AM
Last Edited 130 days ago

MotoGP » Rossi: Marquez made a mistake


paisan: goto youtube nd watchit from over head view even the first bump in this view looks like val cam back into marc and on the second contact val knew exactly where marc was and cuts him off. fair play though, thats racing , marc was maybe too close to rossi and you cant be pushy from behind. marc understands what was done to him and this should make future battles very interesting as neither guy is scared of a little rubbing
Sorry, but that's simply silly.....from track day junkie to club level racing, it is up to the person attempting the pass to make it safe!!!!! MM attempted the first pass and they touched, MM attempted the second pass and they touched. It cannot be itterated enough....the person making the pass is responsible for doing so safely. There was no touch on VR initial pass now, was there!!!!!! Let your hatred for VR go and look at the facts.....

therealDave

April 19, 2015 10:20 PM

MotoGP » Rossi rules as Marquez crashes on penultimate lap


Words cannot describe......... No need to point out the obvious to the haters, but just in case you missed it, never ever count this man out!!! THE GOAT, THE ONE AND ONLY....VALENTINO ROSSI........ MM has ticked all boxes to date but now, in the premier class, how will he react to the incident? I suspect he will take it on the chin and fess up to his mistake and simply move on. In which case....LEGEND ELECT.

therealDave

April 17, 2015 12:02 AM
Last Edited 135 days ago

MotoGP » Ducati ‘didn’t run out of fuel’


Point 1 - That's bull. Of course they ran out. StrangeRanger provides a technical reason as to what may have happend but that only highlights the lack of fuel (the pick-ups would be scavanging the dregs not like it failed with 2lts left in the tank!) Point 2 - I have no issues with the rules for this year as it is not too many more tracks where outright power will be an advantage. Yamaha (and Rossi) know this and that's why they are not shouting that the sky is falling! Let the first 4-6 races pan out and then we will have a better indication of what advantage Ducati do or don't have. Point 3 - Getting upset at who takes points off who because of rules is pointless. You may as well get upset that it was a wet race and rider x is not as confident in the wet! Or that it was a mixed condition race (Jlo fans appreciate this scenario) and rider x loses his bottle! The rules are what they are and they were known when the teams signed up for 2015 so the points will be by the rules.

therealDave

April 15, 2015 2:51 AM
Last Edited 137 days ago

MotoGP » Rossi: I hope this contract isn't my last


Brain:
As a numbers man Brain, you know the major number that counts are titles! ! And Stoner and Lorenzo have the same number of titles in the time they raced together, and many more wins, podiums, poles,points. To say Rossi dominated those era's is ludicrous. Brain, Per usual, the facts don't support your stance. You see, CS won the 2007 WC while Jlo was still in 250cc class, Jlo hit MotoGP in 2008. The fact is that while CS, VR & JLO raced each other in MotoGP, VR = 2, Jlo = 2 and CS =1. As an aside, VR = back-to-back (against CS & Jlo), Jlo = one year apart (2010 & 2012) while CS took three years against VR & Jlo to win a WC. Not saying Rossi dominated (he didn't) but he was not dominated. No "if" & "but" as the biggest "if" & "but" of them all is "what if Rossi had stayed with Yamaha 2011 & 2012?" With the benifit of 2013 & 2014, we have a glimpse of how that "what if" may have turned out....


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