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March 30, 2015 12:52 AM

MotoGP » Helmet issue 'cost Lorenzo chance of victory'


SuperSic:
crashnetdummies: There's a picture on twitter proving his saying, his hemet was badly damaged, adios HJC, welcome Arai... By his own account not sure he couldve beaten Rossi though, but 2nd or 3rd wasn't unrealistic. Still a decent result after a torrid weekend. What a fun race to watch !
Looked at it, not enough of an excuse. Twitter - Lorenzo99Forum
... Says Twitter - Lorenzo99hatersforum@webmaster lol

crashnetdummies

March 28, 2015 8:46 PM
Last Edited 1 day ago

MotoGP » Crutchlow: I made a stupid mistake


Lancsmann:
crashnetdummies: More seriously Cal looks better than a year ago, he's going to have a good year in my opinion.
Finish no higher than 8th in championship at seasons end. 10-1 any takers?
I could see him finishing 6th or 7th, depending on Iannone's consistency this year but he certainly has a shot at being the best privateer by season's end. Ps: 'm not particularly a fan of his, don't really care where he ends up to be honest but he looks more comfortable than expected on the Honda.

crashnetdummies

March 29, 2015 12:08 AM

MotoGP » Podium ‘difficult but not impossible’ for Lorenzo


Expected a better showing from the 2014 M1 so far to be honest. The lack of speed is rather...disturbing. As for Lorenzo himself, his pace was slower than the 4 other favorites (MM,AD,DP,VR) in free practices but his positive approach is refreshing. A win seems completely unrealistic at the moment, a 3rd place would be a great start for him. The main goal is to grit your teeth when things don't go your way. It's a long season, better days will come.

crashnetdummies

March 28, 2015 10:58 AM

MotoGP » Ninth place Rossi ‘a lot more satisfied’


separated: Do people even bother to read the rules? Honda and Yamaha could have chosen to go Open like Ducati, but they chose not to. The Open category was made to be a cheap and competitive alternative to Honda and Yamaha's factory route. They lose out in qualifying because they chose not to go Open? They have 2-4 liters less fuel? They have less engines and can't develop them? Tough.
And you should think before talking. No one is complaining about the open class, it was a good decision. Ducati desperately needed it to avoid the development freeze and it helps Suzuki a lot too. So to make it clearer just for you: - Keep the open class like it is, no problem. - Drop that stupid tyre rule that brings nothing to the table. Did you spot the difference now ?


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