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jambop

May 03, 2014 8:30 PM
Last Edited 141 days ago

MotoGP » Rossi satisfied with 'best qualifying'


PaulW54..... really what are you smoking tonight then ? CC tech3 .. you mean throw it into the scenery every weekend ? If you think that crashing nearly every meeting make you a fast rider dream on. As to the rest of your blurb what you are saying is they are also going to do a better job than JL ? He was on the podium courtesy of SB last time out! This is going to be an interesting season and no doubt, but if you think that any other rider on the grid has better chance on the Yamaha than VR your misguided EDIT by CRASH.NET! Please clean up your language.

jambop

May 03, 2014 7:24 PM
Last Edited 141 days ago

MotoGP » Rossi satisfied with 'best qualifying'


The bitterness of some posters towards VR is laughable ! There are possibly two other riders on the grid that could get anywhere near what he is doing with that bike, and I am including JL in that number, and some are saying he should retire..Honestly who would get that bike to the end of a race faster than VR? I await some fairy tales about Dovi, Aesp, AB, SB and CC.

jambop

May 03, 2014 7:38 PM

MotoGP » Rossi satisfied with 'best qualifying'


Crashnetdumbies You are making assumptions that that is VR or JL's race pace.... I know one thing VR makes up his race pace on the track on race day not on a time sheet in practice. Further more go back to Argentina....VR had a faster race pace than JL if you do not accept that you are in denial. A couple of mistakes and a massive take out spoiled his day and the fans treat of proper racing. IF and I would be the first to say it is if VR can make a good and mistake free start this could be a fantastic race because NOBODY out there, including MM of whom I am a huge fan, knows how to race wheel to wheel like VR FACT if you don't accept that you are in denial !

jambop

May 03, 2014 5:33 PM

MotoGP » Rossi satisfied with 'best qualifying'


This is funny but a bit sad people on here with no knowledge what so ever about how to ride a moto gp bike telling us how its going to be in tomorrows race! The times posted by JL and VR in a practice session have very little to do with what will happen in the race! Suffice to say if VR can keep out of trouble and get a good start without making mistakes .... it could get very interesting indeed during the course of the race!

jambop

May 02, 2014 9:57 AM

MotoGP » Spain MotoGP - Free Practice (1) Results


Nice to see aleix up there but he is using a tyre that is not going to go the distance! See the thing is these works machines are not going to go the race distance on a tyre that was designed to help non works less powerful bike get a leg up the same goes for works Ducati's hiding in the Open class yes you will get your moment of fame with a quick lap but there is no race endurance in these tyres... serves tem right for not having the balls to man up in the category the should be in.

jambop

May 01, 2014 3:16 PM

MotoGP » Rossi continues Honda pursuit at Jerez


The problem for Vale now as there are lots of riders trying to win he race on the first two laps! I don't blame a rider for wanting to get a good start and get in front but the antics of some is just frantic. I think Vale is a bit long in the tooth for this type of racing he understands you cannot win in the first turn and is cautionary but some are not and it upsets his race a bit as shown in Argentina . Maybe in Jerez things will be different because track conditions will be different and the penalty for being off line not so high he may take more chances that pay off. He, going on lap times, is as fast as DP and JL so who knows good luck to him anyway. As an aside where would moto gp be without MM and VR ? DP and JL while fantastic riders are devoid of any sort of charisma and excitement, just my opinion though.

jambop

May 01, 2014 11:56 AM

MotoGP » Bridgestone to quit as MotoGP tyre supplier


This was totally inevitable no one tyre supplier can possibly deal with three works teams on an equal footing! Regardless of what may seem straight forward Yamaha, Honda ad Ducati all have different needs for their bikes to work properly... and of course when one manufacturers bike are going better than another's with the same rubber the others complain to BS and pile pressure on them for change. I included Ducati they are a works team even if finding a comfort blanket in the open class. Anyway woe betide the next incumbent of the position of official tyre supplier to moto gp impossible position!


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