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September 26, 2015 11:29 PM
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MotoGP » Rossi: 'No disaster', but needs half-a-second


BrazilDUluwita@ "Please educate " Lorenzo is considered the smoothest rider with the most consistent rhythm (when riding on his own) . He likes to lead the race and if his bike is working well for him he can run aways - hard for anyone to catch him. Rossi Considered more of a Racer, doesn't do as well against the clock as he does when there is a race to be won. If there is a fight for a place at the end of the race and Rossi is involved , you'd be wise to bet on him. Rossi wins more races that involve a battles, which is why its generally more exciting to watch him. Where as Lorenzo and Stoner (used to) like to get away and not battle. Marques riding style is exciting to watch and if his bike and tyres work for him he's probably going to beat everyone. Also like to battle - but maybe doesn't know when to give in. Pedrosa gets a lot of stick, hasn't done much recently, though on his day he can also be unbeatable.

Mxx

October 16, 2015 9:13 PM

MotoGP » Rossi: Vinales a future winner


tarique.ansari.1654: Motogp has changed too much since last 4 years ever since casey stoner retired as currently only four riders are capable of winning marquez,pedrosa, rossi, lorenzo its very soon in the season where marquez, vinales, rins will be the aliens of motogp and also will be bunch young stars who are hungry for wins and podiums will join the field like enea bastianni future rossi also next hope of italy and also when fabio quartararo join this field then for sure its only 2 or 3 season left for pedrosa, lorenzo and rossi afterwards young lads will join this field and they will rule this series
It might of changed... but it hasn't changed only a few can win its always been 3 or 4 for a long time..

Mxx

June 10, 2015 9:19 PM

RR » TT 2015: McGuinness claims 22nd victory in electric race


Lancsmann: 22nd victory.... what a joke. He's on 20 victories as far as I'm concerned. Its not a proper race, there are only two bikes in it. The rest are made up in garden sheds on a buget of £3.56. I think some of the wifes have been wondering why their cars dont start for 2 weeks of the year. 4-6 laps with full grids, thats a race. Not 1 lap with 1 competitor.
At least he beat and equal machine, ridden by another top rider, thats at least something.......

Mxx

July 11, 2015 12:38 AM

MotoGP » MotoGP Germany - Free Practice (2) Results


Polyccio:
clarkjw:. Casey was the only one who didn't use TC.
He might have had it turned it down to a low level at certain circuits but there is no way he rode without TC. To be fair to him, I don't think anyone could ride the RCV without electronic aids. Dani tried a couple of years ago after Marc knocked the sensor off his bike, I think he lasted about 3 seconds.
To be fair to Dani he was riding as if he had traction control on, wacked open the throttle knowing the computers would kick in and they didn't. Had he known he might of been able to ride it without, we don't know... but riders did ok on the first 990cc bikes without it and the old NSRs had evil power bands.


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