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RFS131

June 17, 2015 7:31 PM

MotoGP » Rossi: Stoner comeback wouldn't make a lot of sense


Stoner is a not a household name and rich man because racers like to race. He owes his celebrity, wealth, and the enjoyment of the technical advances in motorcycling to the many racers and non-racers who are FANS of motorcycling and motorcycle racing and spend their money accordingly. Stoner sh!t on the fans and the sport when he departed as he did which IMO is unforgivable. Don't know why it's hard for some to see why he would be looked at so unfavorably by so many fans... I suppose blind fanboyism makes it possible. There's plenty of other riders who respect the fans and the sport for the opportunity they provide, we don't need the Casey Stoner types.

RFS131

June 17, 2015 7:47 PM

MotoGP » Rossi: Stoner comeback wouldn't make a lot of sense


SkyWilk: @RFS131 Unforgivable? Do you think Stoner owes you anything? He owes his wealth to the fact that he was willing to risk limb and neck so that Marlboro or Repsol can advertise their brands in front of all the fans of the "circus". He did nothing else besides riding a motorcycle ever since he was pre teen. Do you think you are entitled to his life? As soon as he wasn't enjoying it, he REFUSED the money and walked away. His fans don't feel cheated, but funningly, his Haters do, maybe they are the ones who miss him the most...
You can dance around the facts all you want but Stoner didn't simply walk away. We made a place for him, repsol, marlboro, etc to flex their muscles and reap the rewards or he would be just another unknown dirt tracking farm boy. He repaid us with a slap in the face. The "circus" pays the bills, whether or not you have enough integrity to admit it.

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

June 04, 2015 8:28 PM

RR » TT 2015: Dunlop ditches Yamaha for BMW!


shakennstirred: he is just chasing race wins and doesn't care how he does it. Yamaha are left with no top rider and the team are now leaving the island before the races have even started.
And if or when MD doesn't get win(s)? Pie on his face and burnt bridges for nothing. What if every top rider just ditched their team when they couldn't run the lap times they'd hoped for? Lucky for all of us that most other top riders are willing to see out their contracts and come back next year with a new approach if needed.

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.


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