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Guna4699

January 11, 2016 3:12 PM

MotoGP » Marquez is MotoGP’s ‘volcano’


"I was waiting for a last lap move or penultimate lap move, pedrosa spoiled my plan" What dumb excuse is this? He knew DP was coming, DP's pass wasn't a surprise attack. His approach remained unchanged despite knowing DP was on a real charge. Moreover, as DP kept coming mm's pace kept dropping and increased suddenly after DP's overtake attempt. "Pit board showed wrong gap" Pro racers can know how closely he is being followed from the engine sound, plus the crowd was unusually silent that day. Dumb exCuse again. "It is not the 1st time he played waiting game, look at Assen and Indy" Sorry Dumb fans, no one was closing from behind in Assen or Indy, so he can wait as long as he can. Here Dani was coming.

Guna4699

January 14, 2016 6:28 PM
Last Edited 25 days ago

MotoGP » Bridgestone era ends with ten more lap records


@ AyrtonSenna Ducati having got front end issues managed to mask that trouble by using the tyre brand that offers better front end feel. So this reduces Ducati's front end disadvantage in corners against bikes with good front end but with inferior front tyre. This actually takes some credits away from the records of CS in 2007. Because in the game of gaining time in corners CS used a tyre that best suits the job to go with an engine that smoked even the Michelin shod bikes in straight ,, it is a technical help in both straights and corners. When others clawed back that advantage by getting access to what CS had we knew what happened in 2008,09. Don't always search around to give extra credits than what he deserves, explain your point on how his records became suddenly more special.

Guna4699

January 05, 2016 1:53 PM

MotoGP » Stoner: Marquez felt threatened


I hate Marc for his behavior but I get the feeling either Casey is digging too much,, or crash..net has twisted what Casey said into this for more views? Marc on a good day with matured approach can go with Jorge neck to neck from the start,, so it's not like Casey can leave him in dust just like that simply... plus Marc at the same time can poke and scrap it out intensely like valentino towards the end if he doesn't crash. I don't See any reason why Marc would feel threatened...

Guna4699

January 11, 2016 4:26 PM

MotoGP » Marquez is MotoGP’s ‘volcano’


1) Did MM really taint JL's victory or only because VR says so? No champion ever had the necessity to be on repeat mode "I was the fastest, I won the most, I lead the most laps" doesn't this tell you anything? I just pretend like you don't care. 2) He was the fastest ride in 2015 with the most wins, had some issues with helmets and such at the start. As we always say with Stoner, just being the fastest isn't enough. By your logic, JL lead most laps in Indy, why do they call Marc the winner? stop giving non-sense. 3) How can u be so sure that MM intentionally didnt pass him? because VR says so? How can you be very sure that he was riding to his maximum? because he said so?

Guna4699

January 11, 2016 2:09 PM

MotoGP » Marquez is MotoGP’s ‘volcano’


One incident can be called a mistake or coincidence,, what should we call when we have a sequence of incidents in predictable pattern...? Going by this argument, I can go on and accuse MM with understandable explanations as, he is an headline seeking, talented, rubbish doing wannabe super star. I can also swear that tagging him as the next Valentino Rossi for motogp sowed seeds for all undesirable incidents that happened since his debut in 2013. That tag gave him a lot of ego, that tag rushed him into top gear combat before maturing fully...

Guna4699

January 14, 2016 6:45 AM
Last Edited 29 days ago

MotoGP » Bridgestone era ends with ten more lap records


There is a big connection between the start of new 800cc era and why riders chose to jump out of Michelin. with reduced engine capacity, lap times were expected to be slower due to lesser top speed, but teams started to try and compensate for time lost in straight line from corners and almost everybody were running their personal best with reduced engine power. clearly gaining time in corners was the game of the era, you need better front to exploit that, that is what BS had with them "better front",, no matter How good of a rear M brought, it cannot be utilised due to engine power limitation. Even today DNA of BS is better front and DNA of M is better rear, 800cc era demanded better front for exploiting corners, BS survived and riders ditched M. Nothing to do with VR's influence and celeb status. understandably haters have been suffering from butthurt since very long...

Guna4699

January 07, 2016 4:50 PM

MotoGP » MotoGP makes 2016 concessions official


SoSlo: no concessions.this is top flight racing, nobody gets a head-start.
observe closely, nobody is getting the head start with concessions... I mean already strong bikes are kept inline and weaker ones are given a chance to fast track their development. They offer weaker ones the helping hand to avoid boring races. Boring races will lead to less fan following, so less revenue... lesser fans is lesser the sponsor's interest so lesser are the funds. sport will spiral down and sink... Forget concessions, One of the factory will get the head start by the virtue of their development direction chosen and work done because none knOws which way of development is going to blend prefect with new tyres and ECU until they do a proper race. Will be like 2007 all over again.

Guna4699

January 02, 2016 4:49 PM

MotoGP » What to look out for in MotoGP 2016


VKal:
Guna4699:
koteff:
Don't get you reply Guna, Think 'The who didn't win' was specific to VR failure to adapt, develop and improve the Duke plus winning a WC on it. VR didn't demo that.
Casey's dominance kept sliding down year after year from 2007 crown, this isn't the sign of adapting, developing and improving me guess. 2007 saw motogp use new 800cc formula, Ducati brought the best out of box, others catched up, Ducati stagnated. Both riders suffered, Ducati didn't listen to riders properly. Dall'Igna's reform works in initial days of his arrival is the proof of what was wrong with Ducati management.


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