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RFS131

June 04, 2015 5:22 PM

RR » TT 2015: Dunlop ditches Yamaha for BMW!


rsd:
v46r: Got too cocky in my opinion, taught he would win on another bike, ha ha.
I know he can spell better than you anyway! Ha ha. Another of rossi's boyfriends speaks his words of wisdom...
And then you go to carrying on about wanting ONLY Dunlop to win NEVER McG or Martin..like they aren't deserving enough? Guess we know who's boyfriend you are! Seems a bit childish to me for MD to jump ship because the performance of the bike HE CHOSE to ride wasn't what he hoped it would be.

RFS131

May 22, 2015 3:38 PM

MotoGP » Moto2 staying single engine post-2018


SoSlo: wrong a single make bike doesn't at all show rider skill example: Melandri on Michelins could beat Valentino Rossi Melandri on Bridgestone back of the pack Did MM forget how to ride? No. he just liked Michelin better... so If Michelin stayed around and MM kept winning the occasional race and podium, we'd all be saying how great of a rider he is A single make anything is only good for wahtever rider/driver happens to like that particular setup. Would you have no modifications available? No seat adjustement? No rearset adjustment? No suspension adjustment? If you really wanna say everybody has to rider the exact same thing, then don't allow any adjustments to settings at all
Maybe Melandri just isn't as good as you think if he can't adapt as every other rider has.

RFS131

May 19, 2015 10:39 PM

WSBK » Sepang teases mystery ‘legendary’ wild-card


Yearby23: 4x250cc and 2xSBK titles aren't as impressive as 2x250cc and 2xMotoGP titles. Also Lorenzo and Marquez are at least 10 years younger than Biaggi. I'm a Biaggi fan also but SBK titles don't equate to MotoGP titles.
Judging by the state of competition in the championships Marquez won (4 bikes capable) compared to what Biaggi faced during his motogp career I'd say you're wrong. Lorenzo had a bit more competition but still nothing like Biaggi's day.

RFS131

May 20, 2015 8:10 PM

WSBK » Sepang teases mystery ‘legendary’ wild-card


Yearby23:
RFS131:
Yearby23: 4x250cc and 2xSBK titles aren't as impressive as 2x250cc and 2xMotoGP titles. Also Lorenzo and Marquez are at least 10 years younger than Biaggi. I'm a Biaggi fan also but SBK titles don't equate to MotoGP titles.
Judging by the state of competition in the championships Marquez won (4 bikes capable) compared to what Biaggi faced during his motogp career I'd say you're wrong. Lorenzo had a bit more competition but still nothing like Biaggi's day.
Biaggi had the Yamaha yes but when he got the Honda he couldn't match Rossi from race 1 at Welkom in 2004... There were more equally competitive bikes in the 990 era but I think even next year when the rules flatten the playing field out the cream will rise to the top.
Not sure what your point is here but every single rider in the series between 2001-2012 has lost at least one championship to Rossi. Not sure what that has to do with Biag

RFS131

May 19, 2015 6:35 PM

MotoGP » Heat melted Marquez challenge


TwistedWrist29: Some people keep talking about Rossi's magic set up skills...do you remember two years at Ducati? Lorenzo's form didn't drop off at all when Rossi left Yamaha! Now, he still looks at Lorenzo's data for comparison. They all know what they are doing, but a miracle worker he is not. Biaggi was winning on the Yamaha before Rossi, but they love to make it look like he was solely responsible for making it a winner. Rossi is great, but god people, stop smoking his pole like a bunch of "Sheeple" a
You're ignoring the fact that only the fastest riders can get the most out of the bike and show where the deficiencies are. While Rossi might not be a miracle worker he is one of the fastest riders to ever swing a leg and has more experience than anybody else. Who else would you trust more with development? The Yamaha wasn't winning anything before Rossi so it's safe to say that his input was valuable and appreciated as he was and still is the winni

RFS131

May 19, 2015 8:14 PM
Last Edited 41 days ago

WSBK » Sepang teases mystery ‘legendary’ wild-card


Jordi: It has to be Stoner. No one else is a) "legendary", b) available, *and* c) likely to be competitive (I mean, potentially top-5 competitive). There is no way Biaggi could be fighting for a top 5 at this point. Stoner, on the other hand, is itching to race, tested the Honda superbike not long ago in preparation for the Suzuka 8 hours--and Australia, where he lives, is not that far from Malaysia (relatively speaking of course) ... Anyone else than Stoner and I'd be disappointed (unless it is someone like Rossi, Lorenzo, or Marquez, which is utterly unthinkable)
Also, last time I checked Biaggi has more world championships than Lorenzo or Marquez so seems you might just have a personal problem with Max.

RFS131

May 19, 2015 6:37 PM
Last Edited 41 days ago

MotoGP » Heat melted Marquez challenge


The winningest rider Yamaha has ever known. Also, it's a little disingenuous to pretend like all the riders are as good as one another. There's riders on the grid for many different reasons, not always because they are the very best in the world. For all we know Danny Eslick is the best rider in the world at the moment, but unless he's on the best bike in the best championship we'll never know for sure. And btw....SMOKE THIS! :-)


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