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May 17, 2015 6:25 PM

MotoGP » Lorenzo holds off Rossi at Le Mans

crashnetdummies: The fastest rider won today, Ducati or not Lorenzo dominated head and shoulders above the rest... But whatever makes feel you better sweetheart.
Well, "dominated" is a bit overstating, Rossi and Lorenzo were posting veeery similar laps. Prolly Lorenzo had sliightly the edge today, also because Rossi couldn't fine tune his best setting and the gap was already opened. But it wasn't by a country mile (VR also had the fastest lap of the race). Not taking away anything from Lorenzo BTW, just saying..


May 16, 2015 3:53 PM
Last Edited 11 days ago

MotoGP » Rossi debuts new setting in qualifying

Last 2 qualifying/races VR is struggling. He's always been a rider who has had some issues in finding the perfect set up. In the past he held such sway it didn't even matter, but today it does matter if he wants to consistently challenge for the podium. I wonder if it's also a question of soft tyres and cold weather... ?


April 30, 2015 10:38 AM

MotoGP » Rossi: The championship is still very long!

subbhan: this is what happen if rossi still at honda bike since 2001 until now: a. rossi will win 14 times at premier class b. rossi pass ago record at 2009. c. biagi will keep screaming that rossi only can win at honda bike d. we will never know how good biaggi, giberneu, stoner, lorenzo and even marquez since rossi dominate every year. e. people will boring watching motogp and move to watch wsbk or f1. f. there is a big chance motogp show will be closed due to many people boring watching motogp.. anyone can add please...:)
Agree, except for the fact it would get boring. It was very entertaining even when VR was dominating on the Honda :)

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