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May 17, 2015 2:25 PM

MotoGP » MotoGP Le Mans - Race Results


mark.james.7374: Fixed I'm thinking? hope Honda haven't sold themselves to Yamaha? F1 springs to mind !! how can you be fastest in morning warm up by a big margin, then finish 4? I'm thinking MM has be told not to win the championship? as he's making MotoGp boring winning all the time? I hope not as MotoGp will be the loser at the end of the day. be interesting to hear what Marc has to say about his race...... well done to JL rossi too.....
Sorry my friend but what nonsense.

jimsingstuesdays

May 02, 2015 8:06 PM

MotoGP » Rossi: Jorge the man to beat


Interesting, Vale would obviously prefer JL to give MM a hard time in the first half of the race while he hangs behind watching. It's extremely unlikely that MM is going to let JL get away but later in the race his finger is going to come into play and the Doctor will have been watching and waiting............ I haven't forgotten the Dukes , which will undoubtedly be in the mix at least at the beginning but I think they'll be dropped by the leaders as the race progresses. Remember folks, the race is won at the end not the beginning!. What a season, eh?.

jimsingstuesdays

May 17, 2015 8:05 PM

MotoGP » Heat melted Marquez challenge


Gilles:
Lion23:
caferacer: How does it feels to fight at the back?
Goes to show u how 2014 was b.s. His bike was better than everyone else's, now things are more even its not the same for him. The huge advantage his bike had won all those races 2014, not his talents compared to his peers.
What huge advAntage are you talking about. The so called advantage was down to both Rossi and Lorenzo complaining. I would have loved to have seen either of them ride the Honda last year. As I have previously said, there is only one person who can ride that bike, just ask Bradl, Bautista and to a certain extent Cal.
Don't want to be rude and nothing personal but - ********!

jimsingstuesdays

May 07, 2015 8:16 PM

MotoGP » Espargaro: Following Rossi big mistake


Pol is a good rider but holding Vale up when he knows very well he can't race with him is selfish and bad for the race. I'm reminded of Michael Dunlop, who is as competitive and fast a road racer as you'll meet, at a TT when he pulled over to allow a faster rider past (can't remember who it was). Asked about the move after he said that he knew the other rider was faster and "you don't want to spoil a man's race".

jimsingstuesdays

April 25, 2015 11:57 PM

MotoGP » Marquez: Zero intention to cause the accident


PS re various posts.Just a thought but if we assume for the sake of argument that they were doing 100kph at the time of the "incident"(they were almost certainly doing more) they were covering 28 metres per second. Rossi is amazing but to suggest that he can plan and execute a "revenge" move on Marquez , whom he can't see ,in this situation is downright daft. If you've never ridden a bike and have no concept of physical speed then what are you doing posting your ridiculous theories here?. One last thing - could we stop calling him"the old man" - it's disrespectful.T


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