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RFS131

May 01, 2015 2:12 AM

MotoGP » Marquez: A friend ran over my hand!


Insidejob:Marc went for a 7 foot gap. Vale closed that gap with Marc already committed. What we don't know is if that was Vale's regular line through that bend, something that Marc didn't know as he had previously led the way, or whether Vale deliberately pincered him against the curb. The 2nd accident was unavoidable as Marc had nowhere to go when Vale swung his tail to the right, clipping Marc's front. Racing incident.
What's clear to see for all except a deluded Rossi hating, Stoner fanboy is that Marc went for a non existent gap on the right hander, realized this and backed off for a sec when he rammed Rossi then surged forward to try and take an advantage for the left hander but misjudged his own pace and ran into Rossi's bike as he changed over. Why don't you tell us again how Rossi will be chasing Crutchlow this year, genius. You're full of bs stories aren't you.

RFS131

April 22, 2015 5:24 PM
Last Edited 97 days ago

MotoGP » Rossi and Marquez: Racing incident


AusssieNsw: I am not a Rossi fan or an MM fan but I must say I have not read so much rubbish on anything for a long time .
Funny I can only remember one move (gibernau, Jerez) that even came close to the sort of brash riding marquez tends to employ. I'll assume you're a Stoner fan still butthurt over Laguna 08. Get over it dude, Rossi rode a clean race that day(as usual)

RFS131

April 16, 2015 5:24 PM
Last Edited 103 days ago

MotoGP » Rossi: I hope this contract isn't my last


Stellar:
Brain: I predicted a Yamaha win at Qatar, and i predicted a Marquez domination at Cota. Its going about how i figured it would go. I predict another Marquez win this weekend.
As if predicting a Marquez win takes cojones? Whom are you trying to bs here. You predicted Lorenzo would take the Qatar win and also said Rossi's last year was more of an exception rather than norm. I quote 'Rossi will be battling Dovi, Ianonne, Pedrosa and Cruychlow more this year than Marquez and Lorenzo.' You can obviously contribute to the discussion well in other threads but your posts in the Rossi thread are tiresome and reek of agenda. We get it, you don't like the guy so move on.[\block-quote] This person brain hasnt followed the sport long enough to understand what Rossi has achieved. brain just hates blindly.

RFS131

April 14, 2015 6:23 AM

MotoGP » Espargaro fuming after Redding clash


Redding blew it, plain and simple. Should have went immediately to apologize. Pol had every reason to be pist off. I'm glad he took it to twitter, maybe next time(as I'm sure there will be) Scott will man up and do the right thing. "Battling with Lorenzo" Scott sounds pretty lame with a statement like that...more like battling to stay on his bike. He lost the battle btw

RFS131

April 15, 2015 9:09 PM

MotoGP » Hayden optimistic of further progress in Argentina


Greg Campbell1:
senilefrog:
Greg Campbell1: It pains me to hear him parrot the same tired 'We're really optimistic and are looking to improve!" line for the gazillionth time. He reminds me of someone so high on anti-depressants that they have lost all touch with reality.
What do u want him to say? LOL
Sometimes, saying or doing absolutely nothing at all is the proper course of action!
Yeah I'm sure future prospects want an employee with nothing good to say? Keep up the hard work positive attitude Nicky!

RFS131

April 16, 2015 6:07 AM

MotoGP » Hayden optimistic of further progress in Argentina


RiderDriver: It looks like he doesn't respect himself and as there are no Nicky fans anymore ...he will soon face the disrespect of open bike riders....sticking around for few bucks...for god sake you have been MotoGP world champ...have respect for yourself.
Maybe he should start his own factory Honda team? Bottom line is when Motogp finds parody in the regulations Nicky and other languishing top riders will be competitive again. He has to be in the game for that chance. Nicky definitely respects himself and his talent as do many fans.

RFS131

April 11, 2015 8:03 AM

MotoGP » Honda explains Stoner decision


Netmeister:
BGK: Casey just doesn't get it. Still complaining like a child. Disrespecting Mr. Nakamoto and missing the mark by trying to be humble by expressing deference to Dani. It seems transparent. They both deserve more respect. We'll see if he can conduct himself with honor at Suzuka.
This right here is the absolute definition of extreme cynicism and blind hatred.
No it's not...it's the absolute truth. Stoner really doesn't get it. Fast racer but not very smart when he opens his mouth...or "tweets".


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