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jjthekid46

July 18, 2013 10:45 PM

MotoGP » Title leader Marquez faces Laguna Seca debut


@ TalentFan: So at the end of the day you are nothing but a poorly disguised Marquez hater with IDIOTIC conspiracy theories who tries to play down his talent at every opportunity you get, while trying to pretend like you are fair and partisan, which you are anything but. You should try getting your head out of your rear end, it would do you some good, and spare us with your delusional conspiracy theories. But since you act like a **** that's all high and mighty and has the inside scoop on everything happening in the paddock( which you clearly you DO NOT and have fabricated in your own mind) i doubt we will be so lucky!!!

jjthekid46

July 18, 2013 10:45 PM

MotoGP » Title leader Marquez faces Laguna Seca debut


@Talent Fan: And so what ???? As if HRC is the only team with these capabilities. So what exactly is your point ? You don't have much of a point since Marc wasn't the first rookie rider to benefit from this, yet you only like to whine about him. All you yap on about day in and day out is how Marquez has this and that while completely ignoring that other rookies in other teams and other rookies in within HRC before him had access to the exact same things and had the exact same opportunities to shine. I never see you whinge like a baby about other rookies past or present, which tells it's own story.

jjthekid46

July 18, 2013 3:41 PM
Last Edited 274 days ago

MotoGP » Title leader Marquez faces Laguna Seca debut


@ TalentFan: If you were paying half as much attention as you like to pretend you are, you would have noticed that anytime onboard telemetry is shown between Marc and Dani, Marc is signficantly heavier on the brakes than Dani on a consistent basis. So i very much doubt it's as easy as Marc just having to copy Dani's set-up in order to be immediately on the pace at every single GP, when the way they brake into corners isn't even the same. Not to mention the fact that very few riders can just copy another riders set-up and immediately be on their teammates pace from the get go. It didn't work for Spies, and it isn't working for Rossi at the moment either. In other words your theory on how simple it is to get the right set-up simply isn't believable.

jjthekid46

July 18, 2013 3:23 PM
Last Edited 274 days ago

MotoGP » Title leader Marquez faces Laguna Seca debut


@ TalentFan: Marc being fast at Laguna won't be prove of anything that you are saying. All it will prove is that Marc has the ability to learn at a rate unlike anyone else. Saying Marc will be fast at Laguna is the most obvious thing you can try and predict. He has been fast everywhere, so there is no particular reason to think he won't be fast at Laguna. All you are doing is taking Marc's ability to be fast straight out of the gate anywhere he goes, twisting it, and then using to fit your own biased view on how MotoGP is run. And i wonder what your excuse is for why Marquez was so fast at Austin , a track nobody had previous experience or data on. This fact alone ruins your whole argument. Because according to your theory Austin is the track Marc should have struggled at the most, since he couldn't rely on any previous data to help him out, not to mention the fact Dani and Marc didn't even use the same tyre come race day.....

jjthekid46

July 18, 2013 3:09 PM
Last Edited 274 days ago

MotoGP » Title leader Marquez faces Laguna Seca debut


@ TalentFan: Again your vision of how easy it is to get the right bike set-up is most likely a gross over simplification of something that neither you or i or anybody else on this message board truly understands( i am assuming anybody who posts here doesn't actually work or has ever worked in MotoGP). Sorry but you just come across as someone who is pretending to be a lot more knowledgeable on the subject than they really are.......

jjthekid46

July 18, 2013 10:49 AM
Last Edited 274 days ago

MotoGP » Title leader Marquez faces Laguna Seca debut


@ TalentFan: And i'm glad to know it is soooooooo easy now to set-up a bike to perfection at Repsol, after all an 8 season veteran like Pedrosa hasn't struggled at any point with bike-set-up at all this season. Oh...... wait..... Sounds to me like a gross over simplification of something you don't really know as much about as you are trying to pass let on. Not saying i'm an expert on bike set-up myself, but at least i don't try to pretend i know more about it than i really do. Based on your theory no rider in a factory should ever have any trouble with getting the set-up spot-on. I reckon the likes of Rossi and Spies for example would disagree with you.

jjthekid46

July 17, 2013 9:13 PM
Last Edited 275 days ago

MotoGP » Title leader Marquez faces Laguna Seca debut


@ TalentFan: You make it sound as if data sharing within a team is something completely new that was only introduced to help Marc Marquez I wonder why you don't cry about Smith having access to Crutchlow's data, or Iannone having access to the works Ducati's. And i wonder if you complained about a rookie Pedrosa having access to Hayden's data. Somehow it think not.

jjthekid46

July 14, 2013 12:58 AM
Last Edited 278 days ago

MotoGP » Second for Crutchlow after 'worst day of season'


" You can teach a fast rider how not to fall, but you cannot teach a slow rider how to be fast". That's generally true but some fast riders never learn the not falling part i.e. Randy De Puniet. Now Randy may not crash quite as often as he used to, but he isn't all that fast anymore.... Cal has good speed these days but he crashes FAR to often and makes WAY too many mistakes for a rider that is in his 3rd year of Motogp. You would have thought he'd have cut that out by now. They are all human and anybody can make a mistake as Pedrosa and Lorenzo only proved too well this weekend, but Cal crashes or runs severely wide at some point during a GP weekend at almost every other track. That would be understandable if he was a rookie like Marquez, but he's not. He consistently goes over his limits like De Puniet used to, and De Puniet isn't the person to emulate in that regard.


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