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Garcia

April 26, 2015 11:00 PM

MotoGP » Marquez: Zero intention to cause the accident


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Garcia: it was a racing incident, get over it!
racing incident, yes but this is a more sensitive issue or topic because it's related with MM. It's a culture of MM to disrespect others safety in order to win and this irritates people. Maybe you're OK with it but you can't shut others to voice out. At the end of day, this is a site for opinions.
Marquez is an aggressive rider yes but reading peoples comments you would think he's the antichrist and goes out to deliberatly take other riders out. Marquez has settled a lot in his riding in the past year has been riding great without incidents. You could make a case lannone has been involved in more incidents than marquez (nothing against iannone just an example) taking out Pedrosa, hayden, etc, etc, he also pushed Rossi wide in Argentina but no one complains about that, why? Because it's a marquez witchhunt.

Garcia

April 26, 2015 11:22 AM

MotoGP » Marquez in doubt for Jerez after surgery?


Oh nooo this is the last thing Marquez needed...and honda....at least it's only his little finger, of course he'll race, riding injured is part of the job for these guys. Sounds like the bone broke completely it'll be sore but with antiinflamatories, pain injections and the adrenaline hope it wont affect him much. I wonder will pedrosa be back for jerez? If he is l dont suppose we can expect him to be fit?

Garcia

April 24, 2015 5:35 PM

MotoGP » Marquez: Zero intention to cause the accident


The46fan, you're making your own story in your head... I understand it's always more fun in sport when there's a rivalry where both riders dislike or hate each other, Rossi-Biaggi, Senna-Proust, Lorenzo-Marquez... Journalists are wishing they'll fall apart but it doesn't always happen like that. Hayden and Rossi fought for a championship and both respected each other and kept friendly, same with Capirossi. Marquez l think will be the same. They are fan's of each other, when Marc first started in motogp Rossi would teach him the lines across circuits, when Honda let Marcs brother ride his bike Rossi would insert imself between the two....lol. They get along and respect each other l'm sorry you dont like it... it doesnt mean they're not going to give everything on track against each other, the racing has been incredible so far like Porkpie sais, just enjoy it.

Garcia

April 24, 2015 12:00 PM

MotoGP » Marquez: Zero intention to cause the accident


@the46fan, l don't think Rossi or anyone has gotten into his head, he's not that kind of rider, l dont see him throwing tantrums, waving fingers or going to race direction asking for points. l think you are reading what you want but maybe that's because this article doesn't say everything Marc said in the press conference, he also said "the mistake l regret is not being more patient. The fall was bad luck because there was no intention of contact on his side of mine" . I think thas pretty accurate and he is admitting his mistake and not blaming anyone. Honestly l haven't seen many riders be as humble as he is being after losing a race and still is going out of his way to praise the other rider. @Realdrwho, l agree l don't understand why he was going for the outside of Rossi going into the left hander, same as Zarco and Simeon clash. I guess that's why he said he should have been more patient, should have backed off behind Rossi's rear wheel, but l guess that's easy for me to say f

Garcia

April 22, 2015 6:45 PM

MotoGP » Updated MotoGP engine use list


It doesn't seem fair that Ducati has the same concessions as Aprillia and Suzuki when there's such difference in performance. Also l think they should differentiate between concessions that help with development, ie no engine freeze, unlimited testing, etc, and concessions like softer tyres that have nothing to do with development but are there to artificially close the gap for slower open class bikes that can only use open ecu and have less resources. I understand Ducati still need the development concessions but the softer tyre they don't need, for me 3 dry wins to lose them seems too much, l think 1 dry win should be enough. After all they are keeping the fuel advantage too.

Garcia

April 21, 2015 2:15 PM
Last Edited 5 days ago

MotoGP » Rossi and Marquez: Racing incident


Jack Mordino: On the whole you might be right but regarding Argentina, there was this interview (I think it was Marc) where he conceded that they knew they didn't have the pace to match the Yamahas on the same tyres (extra hard) so they opted for the hard in a bid to break away and then try to manage a gap, probably hoping that Rossi's grid position would hamper him in closing-in to Marc. Cal's "team orders" also support this.
I agree with this but somehow I think Honda's tyre choice was also based on the weather. On Sunday morning it had been raining and cloudy and maybe not as hot as expected. Marc went out with the extra hard and changed to the hard on the grid at the last moment, I am assuming because they thought it wasn't going to be as hot as Saturday.... and it wasn't, it was borderline but just enough for Rossi catch up with Marquez with two laps to go.... seriously who writes his scripts, no one could have predicted that. It was an incredible race

Garcia

April 20, 2015 3:50 PM
Last Edited 5 days ago

MotoGP » Rossi: Marquez made a mistake


Agree with Joeski what is wrong with people, it's racing, if there was anything illegal that's what race direction is for, they didn't even consider the incident worth investigating. I for one think Marquez is the best thing that has happened to motogp in a long while and it seems Rossi is the only one out there capable of handling him an not cry about it.


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