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November 14, 2014 3:42 AM
Last Edited 42 days ago

MotoGP » Jack Miller: MotoGP 'like sex with pants on!'


V4Poweeeer: 80% bike 20% rider I call BS you want Marc to teach Miller a lesson or something but in the process you discredit Marc by saying its 80% bike.
Yeah, it's pretty silly, its 50/50 atleast. Bike goes nowhere without a rider, and rider goes nowhere without the bike... VR was the one who said 80/20 to discredit CS, not only CS, he has said it a few times, which is why NineTimes has said it here... Having said that, VR's opinion is now different for some reason...?

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November 09, 2014 2:13 PM
Last Edited 46 days ago

MotoGP » Moto3: Jack Miller wins, Alex Marquez champion


Miller - Best rider of the season with the most wins. He gave it his all, all season, only to be undone by 2 points, that one position higher in any of the races. But it is only Moto3 and means very little in the long run. He will keep fighting, probably harder now! Congrats to the Spaniard on the title, got it by the skin of his teeth. 100% deserving? Hmmm, cant say 100%.

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November 09, 2014 2:08 PM
Last Edited 46 days ago

MotoGP » Moto3 Valencia - Race Results


Tomco: Bikenut - Miller add interest to MotoGP ? He has nowhere near the talent to make an impression. Going from a Moto3 bike with no power to a full on MotoGP bike - Not even MM did that. Miller is going to get humiliated next year. Couldnt happen to a nice guy.
... Opinion is not fact, sheer up mate, how on earth would you know what talents are? By the way Tomco, Casey Stoner went from "no power/250cc" to MotoGP and put it on pole in what, his second race? The rider with the wins is the 'Champion' in my eyes.

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November 09, 2014 2:43 PM

MotoGP » Moto3: Jack Miller wins, Alex Marquez champion


VegasRyder: I try not to let a riders personality effect the way I rate them as a racer but with miller its difficult. I do believe that he was at a little disadvantage with the fact that those Hondas were so fast on the straight it's almost impossible to get away from them. I love hard battles but I don't like when a rider uses another rider to bash into while trying to make a corner. Everyone does it on rare occasion, miller does it at every corner!
Slight exaggeration VR, but you have a point. All the best riders do it, that is why they are the best.

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November 09, 2014 2:28 PM
Last Edited 46 days ago

MotoGP » Moto3 Valencia - Race Results


Tomco: Giveway. Talent is normally associated with skill and Miller doesnt appear to have enough of it which presumably is why he behaves like a spoilt brat. Stoner had masses of it and as far as I remember certainly did not put the satelite Honda on pole at all. He was very quick but fell off a lot in his first season of motogp.
A little 'studying' should be had before ever commenting on a public forum, as you will be found wanting. So, a guy with the most wins, on the slower option, all season, in the closest class, has no talent!? Must be an Aussie thing, the more power they have, the happier they are.

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November 09, 2014 2:49 PM

MotoGP » Moto3 Valencia - Race Results


Ah choo. Rossi's no 1 sneeze!:
Tomco: Stoner had masses of it and as far as I remember certainly did not put the satelite Honda on pole at all.
2006. Put it on pole in his second race in MotoGP. Finished on the podium in the next. Nine top-six finishes riding for a single-bike rookie sattelite team in his rookie year.
Yes, not only, he was on target to win too, alas, Melandri got him on the last corner. So 2nd, 0.2 from the win, in your 3rd race, on a satellite bike, is bloody good, I expect though, Miller will not achieve much, with the class difference and all. Not until he takes #26's place at HRC...

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October 30, 2014 11:23 AM

MotoGP » Stoner completes two-day Honda test at Motegi


SasquatchBob: :)
You have a working time-travel molecular beam emitter! You must, to know who is and isn't "best ever." You can read minds, and know what he thought of his competitors. Of course, I know what he thought of his competitors too, when they blocked in qualifying, against the sporting regulations, it is. He did wear his heart on his Alpinestar shoulder pads. He didn't have to worry about that too much in races... If he wasn't leading, he crashed, if he didn't crash he was in a heated battle for the podium, if he wasn't in a heated battle, he crashed.

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October 30, 2014 11:00 AM

MotoGP » Stoner completes two-day Honda test at Motegi


Bazx7r: I agree, he wont be back, there's no stress or bull sh@t testing, it may be a double edged sword for Honda, on one hand, they have a test rider that can actually push the bike to its limits, on the down side is his riding style so different from its racers that it could lead them down a blind alley with development?
Marquez and Casey have similar style, mate. Casey is just a little more "Shoulder-out"... While Marquez is an "elbows-out", forward leaning style. Very similar. For Marquez, his braking is on the limit every time. Casey not quite as aggressive in this manner, marginally.


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