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Insidejob

June 02, 2015 8:22 PM

MotoGP » Pedrosa seeking ‘more constant’ Honda


SendingOutOfSpace: Good for Dani he gets to develop the bike MM wants. But whats wrong with MM i tell you.....CS is a development rider and only CS can ride as CS but mm could use the settings from cs as he rides a little like him but only wrong then he needs Dani to develop the bike further to detect the negative and positive. So MM doesnt do anything and doesnt have his own ridingstyle as he uses a little from cs and a little from dani. it worked in 2013 because jl was injured and in 2014 because the M1 needed massive development. in 2015 hes nowere because marky didnt develop his own ridingstyle and thought he could ride the way only CS can ride. mm is a copycat he needs dani and cs. btw the rcv isnt aggressive DP can ride the bike smooth....but thats wht you get trying to copy others
Ha ha! Are you a comedian?

Insidejob

June 02, 2015 8:31 PM

MotoGP » Pedrosa seeking ‘more constant’ Honda


VKal: Dani riding style was smooth and i didn't see his Honda sliding all over the places like MM. that dirt bike riding style of MM seems a bit over done. I thought he would've taken Dani down during the start. Anyway great comeback Dani and i'm sure you'll improve as the season progresses.
Marc pushes harder. That's why he goes from 13th to 2nd, rather quickly, then crashes. He rides over the limit to get where he is.

Insidejob

June 02, 2015 8:18 PM

MotoGP » Pedrosa seeking ‘more constant’ Honda


RevKing: Until Dani fixes that bike i don't see Marquez improving this year
Had to down vote you and the 8 agrees. These guys are both blindingly fast, but as results show, Marc more so. Dani is a rider and gives feedback to his engineers like Marc. Both have different styles. It's up to the Tech guys under the team gurus guidance to sort that out based on the input of the riders etc


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