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Garcia

January 12, 2016 12:06 PM
Last Edited 17 days ago

MotoGP » Top ten most popular MotoGP races


Luvnit: MotoGP will suffer considerably when Valentino Rossi retires! It was bad enough when he broke his leg! People just didn't go to the tracks and even t.v. viewing figures were down. Say what you like, but Valentino Rossi is the biggest draw and that is fact!
I guess that will only prove that a lot of people are only watching for a celebrity rider and have never had any interest in the sport at all. But we all know that already, and that's exactly why it will be a great day for motogp when he retires. Will the announcement be made in Mugello this year I wonder..

Garcia

December 19, 2015 2:07 PM

MotoGP » MotoGP Star of the Year vote: 5th


Not his best season, too many crashes, the Honda sure didn't help. But he gave some great moments: -His qualifying lap in Austin, out of this world, never seen before, and never to be repeated again. - His start in Misano from 15th to 4th, in one corner...classic -His last lap in Assen catching the yamaha purely on the brakes... - Sublime win in the race of the decade in Philip lsland in a four way battle against the best of the best Lorenzo, lannone and Rossi. -Last lap in Phillip lsland!! - Legendary fierce battle in Sepang, never backing off, rival cracked... 93, most exciting rider on the grid.

Garcia

December 24, 2015 10:33 AM
Last Edited 33 days ago

MotoGP » MotoGP Star of the Year vote: 1st


Painless: @ObjectiveOne . . Yet at Phillip Island he did seven laps better than Lorenzo's fastest lap. Not seven laps better than Lorenzo. Seven laps better than Lorenzo's best lap. It is obvious from watching the race that Marquez's meaningless passes are slowing them up and Lorenzo could not make any serious break because he was too slow.
Yeah he has 7 laps faster than lorenzo's fastest lap time, and if you were paying attention you would realise those are the laps where Marquez was giving him a tow. What a coincidence don't you think? Lol l think you need to check your data again.. The reality is Rossi finished forth in that race because he was the poorest of the four,and deserved fourth place, and that's about it.

Garcia

December 23, 2015 10:09 AM
Last Edited 36 days ago

MotoGP » MotoGP Star of the Year vote: 1st


Fallen idol. He used to be the best once upon a time, he isn't anymore and he can't come to terms with it. Lost his head, his dignity and the championship all at the same time. He also brought the sport into disrepute with slanderous attacks and wild accusations. He really thought he was bigger than the sport and expected everyone would dance to his tune. Maybe he still has some skill, but he clearly doesn't have the head to win a championship again.

Garcia

December 21, 2015 11:03 AM
Last Edited 44 days ago

MotoGP » Two wins the target for Ducati


I had read 'two wings the target for Ducati 2016' , lol was agreeing keep it at two please, hahaha Two wins seems a very low target though. Reading all comments after testing, it looks like Ducati are one step ahead of Honda and Yamaha with the software and tyres. They're are going into the championship with a clear advantage. This advantage will probably diminish during the year, so I think they should win at least one or two races in the first six months. Quatar is the perfect oportunity for a win. If they don't win something next year I don't know when they ever will.

Garcia

December 21, 2015 8:55 AM
Last Edited 48 days ago

MotoGP » MotoGP Star of the Year vote: 5th


ducfer: I see no difference between this and Sepang,fortunatelly Lorenzo didn't lost his head. l
One difference is that Lorenzo was actually Rossi's team mate. Lin Jarvis after motegi 2010: “I think that Valentino's actions in the race were not correct towards Lorenzo," “After the race, Jorge came to us and asked our opinion of Rossi's behaviour during the race. There were four of us. Besides me, there was Furusawa and another two people from Yamaha. "We, together, were in agreement with the fact that a battle like that between team-mates makes no sense. We expect our riders to race with a higher margin of safety and they were too close today. "After that, Furusawa went to talk to Valentino, and he asked him to adopt a different approach when racing other Yamaha riders. "We made our position clear. The race was too tight and too difficult. You don't do this, especially considering the situation in the championship."

Garcia

December 14, 2015 4:13 PM
Last Edited 54 days ago

MotoGP » Marquez avoids risk to climb Superprestigio podium


JuJitsoup: He wasn't 100% sure Baker wouldn't chin him had he binned him off as it definitely looked like he thought about doing so thankfully thought better of it. Glad to see he managed to hold himself back for once from one of his now customary last corner bin-the-leader-off-to-win moves.....funny thing is though, he wasn't so reluctant when he binned Mees off last year, maybe this year has taught him something, although I doubt it.....and for the record, I a'int no Rossi fan, just a fan of racing without spoilt br*ts.
and in what parallel reality did he "binned Mees off last year" ..?

Garcia

December 12, 2015 9:54 PM

MotoGP » Baker resists Marquez for Superprestigio win


It was great fun! Baker clearly was the strongest, he makes it look so easy, hard to know if he's really pushing or if he's holding back. Marc had a go at the last lap, couldn't make it but made the race exciting. Mees strugled a bit in last to races, l thought maybe something went wrong with his bike. I don't understand how more riders don't go down at the start lol when they are all bunched up and sideways it's crazy, but looks like so much fun makes you want to have go lol Best three on the podium, Baker, Mees and Marquez. (also funny when Ribalta came back for his champain bottle, lol!)


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