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therealDave

April 13, 2015 3:46 AM

MotoGP » Lorenzo: Fourth best I could do under circumstances


thomps000:
nihi.swann.7: Fast forward 1 week Jorge "excuse, excuse, excuse"... Really hard to respect this insecure little ****.. all those years at Rossi's side and he still has figured out how to gain respect... Own up to your faults Jorge!
I doubt you would go into work with bronchitis, let alone race around on a motorcycle for an hour at 200+ mph.
I doubt you would go into work with a broken collarbone and plate, let alone race a bike at 200+mph but Jlo did that in 2013 and the fans called him tough and super human.......bronchittis however, that's bad!

therealDave

April 14, 2015 12:40 AM

MotoGP » Lorenzo: Fourth best I could do under circumstances


Yearby23:
therealDave:
thomps000:
nihi.swann.7: Fast forward 1 week Jorge "excuse, excuse, excuse"... Really hard to respect this insecure little ****.. all those years at Rossi's side and he still has figured out how to gain respect... Own up to your faults Jorge!
I doubt you would go into work with bronchitis, let alone race around on a motorcycle for an hour at 200+ mph.
I doubt you would go into work with a broken collarbone and plate, let alone race a bike at 200+mph but Jlo did that in 2013 and the fans called him tough and super human.......bronchittis however, that's bad!
Clearly you've never had bronchitis. It saps energy, and if you didn't know riding a GP bike at 200mph requires a lot of energy.
No bronchitis but broken bones with surgery and I can tell you that I was not exactly bursting with energy the next day or even the next week....so what's your point?

therealDave

April 07, 2015 12:31 AM

MotoGP » Honda decided against Stoner MotoGP return?


Can you imagine if CS returns and is fast straight up and challenging for wins and MM puts his normal moves on CS and then in the post race media, CS pulls out the, "I've been doing this for a long time and I have never passed anyone like MM just passed me" Or what if he is not fast and finishes mid-pack and then pulls out the, "this is not true GP racing, the rules are crap and it's all a conspiracy to keep me from winning just because I'm Australian. Or he is fast and at the front and no one lauds over him or his achievements and he pulls out the, one armed salute to the fans and the spray to the governing body...... The "show" has been much better without him and I believe Honda see that and they simply don't want his attitude reflecting on Honda.

therealDave

April 10, 2015 1:35 AM

MotoGP » Marquez unaware of Stoner discussions


Wow!...and it's us Rossi fans that are labelled as blind to reality? If Honda approached CS as some on this thread try and asert, then CS has turned them down. So why is CS tweating about it and wording his tweat to sound like he is dissapointed??? Please. When CS quit, a lot of posters had the foresight to see this day coming....CS wants back in. The problem with burning bridges (slagging off other riders, the sport, the governing body of the sport, the media and the fans who don't support him) is that you have very few avenues back in. In CS case, the only avenue back in is Honda and they don't seem in any rush to bring him back (if at all). I am assuming of course that Honda is still a bridge not burned. I could be wrong and the continual turning down of offers to ride when he originally quit may have burned that bridge after all? One thing is certain, Honda don't take instruction from riders regardless of their calliber, just ask Rossi.

therealDave

April 10, 2015 1:51 AM
Last Edited 42 days ago

MotoGP » Marquez unaware of Stoner discussions


"Bummer I'm not racing, no prep was needed as I wasn't planning on winning, just replacing a good friend and having some fun in Texas!:)" Another tweat from CS (go to Motomatters news site) Does this sound like Honda approached him and he wasn't interested? It does however explain why Honda turned him down.....just call up Honda and ask to circulate on one of their $Xm machines in the premier class of GP racing just for some fun in Texas??????? It puts Honda's response into context now doesn't it.....Go away and only come back if you committ to racing a full season, then we might talk shop! Oh, and because you are now the one chasing us, all previous offers are off the table and $x is all you will get! Sleep on it.......

therealDave

April 08, 2015 7:02 AM
Last Edited 43 days ago

MotoGP » Honda decided against Stoner MotoGP return?


And so, the perpetuation of myth continues.... Yearby, realy? You point to years 2008-2010 as proof of how CS could place or win on a bike that wasn't 100% and thus, he must be god. You don't seem to highlight 2011 where the bike work fine and DP was taken out by Simmo while leading CS in the points? And I find this one funny because he won the WC that year... You don't seem to mention 2012 where the bike worked fine and both DP (his team mate no less) and Jlo scored more wins and points? Seems by your logic, he was a far better rider on crap machines than he was on good one's? PS - Hi AussieNSW....blast from the past. Not many posts from you over the past 12 months? Fact...CS now showing interest to return....Honda now showing less interest in having him......

therealDave

April 07, 2015 2:35 AM

MotoGP » Honda decided against Stoner MotoGP return?


badbob: You have real issues, he is the best rider,have you ever noticed anytime his name comes up you grit your teeth, And Honda smiles take a breath maybe Honda racing will consult you.
LOL....it was Honda that made the decision and as you rightly point out, they wouldn't consult a know-nothing....they have no need for CS and at this point in time, no want for him either! What would be even better, in the event that Pedrosa does retire through this arm issue, Honda keep Pedro as the test rider and kick CS right to the gutter.


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