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July 11, 2015 2:50 PM
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MotoGP » MotoGP Germany - Full Qualifying Results

Honda's wheel base is generally shorter than Yamaha's,, that plays into their hands in tight and twisty circuits,, Yamaha's long wheel base gives them that added stability in fast and flowing corners. Marc in a different planet altogether, hope Dani can stay with him,, but the stage is set for the battle of supremacy in Yamaha garage, they are so closely matched in race pace,,


July 11, 2015 10:02 AM
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MotoGP » MotoGP Germany - Free Practice (3) Results

Forget last run,, going by first couple of runs by factory Yamaha and Honda riders, Marc has this race in bag to get away very easily,, close between other three riders, with this close with DP JL in practise, Rossi has the potential to beat them in race... expected Dani to have better pace, was he testing or got held up constantly... ??


July 10, 2015 5:11 PM

MotoGP » Rossi satisfied despite slipping to seventh

What utter tosh, why would he be sandbagging in fp2?????
Rossi has turned the weekend fortunes upside down from misery to majestic in races a hell lot of times. It's practically very tough to do this so often which gives raise to the probability of suspected sandbagging (act like in trouble) atleast in half of those weekends where he overturned it. So he has the habit of doing it but we never know that every time if he is currently doing that or not. But particularly don't like your question... where else you expect riders to sandbag if they should not in FPs?? Race or QP is where you expected I guess...

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