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February 05, 2016 8:04 PM

MotoGP » MotoGP makes changes to Race Direction

DJfromTJ: ZeFrenchAngle you are so full of it, Slowing to a crawl in the racing line deliberately is a cause of a crash!!
No! He is not full of it! He is just stating plain evident truth: the rider in front holds the line and does what he pleases. In this specific case MM slowed and was off the line and VR was IN FRONT ! And if you disagree with ZeFrenchAngle state your point instead of just using an aggressive language.
Well... my point was stated in the second line, no need for long, twisty fancy worded comments to say my piece. Now, saying that the guy in front can do what he pleases including but not limited to 'Parking' his bike in the middle of the racing line is just plain stupid and irresponsible. It's almost was bad as saying that it is OK for the leader of the Monaco GP to stop his car in the entrance to the tunnel, cause a pile up and drive away, just because he's in front.


February 05, 2016 8:47 PM
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MotoGP » MotoGP makes changes to Race Direction

notm4bs: No need to go that far back...the year 2013, season finale. Back when Rossi and MM were thunder buddies, Jorge Lorenzo in an attempt to win the championship stacked the field for several laps in hopes that his teammate would catch and pass his 'buddy' for third place, enabling Lorenzo to claim the riders championship and bring the title home (Yamaha) but no, Rossi rode a lonely and pathetic race to fourth, never the whole weekend Rossi threatened his 'buddy'. History repeats itself and Karma is a.... well, we all know that one.

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