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April 13, 2015 12:43 AM
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MotoGP » Dovi prevented 'perfect weekend' for Rossi

TwistedWrist29: I hope Dovi wins the title. HRC didn't respect him, once he beats Marc in a head to head, his confidence will snowball.
HRC respects nobody, they told Rossi it was their bike winning the titles not Rossi, they pushed Hayden aside in favour of Pedrosa, and they've just turned away Casey Stoner after he showed interest in replacing Pedrosa temporarily, even after previously stating there would always be an RCV waiting for him if he ever wanted one. The only person they seem to value is Pedrosa and what's he done for them in the last 9 seasons? Hopefully one day Marquez will walk away from them and win on a different bike.


April 20, 2015 1:35 AM

MotoGP » Crutchlow: F1 tactics for first Honda podium

Don't really understand what that plan was all about. Cal Crutchlow and Honda deciding that Cal would "let" Marquez go and then just catch him up at the end? Firstly it isn't possible (unless Marquez makes a stupid mistake like today) and secondly what's the point of it anyway? Is he trying to say that he was going to let Marquez go and hang back to hold up the Yamaha's and Ducati's then just ride away from the Yamaha's and Ducati's to catch Marc at the end?


April 20, 2015 12:14 AM

MotoGP » Lorenzo disappointed, but Rossi 'unbelievable'

It's Game Over as far as championships are concerned for Lorenzo, both he and Stoner would probably have won more titles if it wasn't for the fact that they raced during the Rossi era. Rossi with his ruthlessness, mental strength, celebrity status and determination to break Ago's records will make sure that Lorenzo is never a serious threat to him again. The way Rossi is currently performing Yamaha and the media will do their best to ensure they give him whatever is needed to get those 122 wins and an 8th title, unfortuanately for Jorge he is not their priority.


April 19, 2015 9:21 PM

MotoGP » Rossi rules as Marquez crashes on penultimate lap

2 wins so far this season and 7 podiums in a row for Rossi from the end of last season up to the 3rd race of this season. The last time he had 7 podiums in a row was the crossover from the 2008 to 2009 seasons and we all know where he finished in the standings at the end of both of those seasons! Heading to the European rounds now where Rossi always goes well, now we'll get to see how Marquez deals with pressure!!


April 19, 2015 11:51 PM

MotoGP » Marquez: Rossi is still my idol

If what he says is true about knowing the tyres would still be good at the end it almost sounds as though he wanted Rossi to catch him so he could have a bit of a battle with him. Surely though if he was conserving the tyres and convinced they would last the distance he would've been better off trying to maintain a 1 second gap rather than being caught up and overtaken?


April 20, 2015 12:57 AM

MotoGP » Rossi: Marquez made a mistake

joe850: years 2013 and 2014 Marc Marquez made 0 mistakes why? I'll make just a guess: clear mind = no distracting thoughts while riding" year 2015 Marc Marquez makes 2 mistakes three races can it be his concentration is being distracted while racing? Anyway seeing someone catch up and pass him sure made it more exciting to watch then him taking a lonely win 4 seconds ahead of the rest.
Hasn't made mistakes?? Try watching Misano and Philip Island from last year, crashed out of one being hunted by Rossi and crashed out of the other whilst chasing Rossi.


April 18, 2015 9:22 PM

MotoGP » Rossi ‘very upset’ after Argentina qualifying

There's no doubt that Rossi has upped his game significantly this year but its not unusual for him to qualify this badly so it can't just be down to hitting some traffic in qualifying as he has said a few times also in the past that traffic has held him up. Marquez never seems to have any problems with hitting traffic, he just gets on with it and puts it on pole.


April 18, 2015 9:00 PM

MotoGP » Marquez bags pole as pit strategy pays off

I'm interested to see if this bike switching strategy starts to become more common in qualifying over the next few years like how the elbow down style has become "normal". When Marquez first started switching bikes I thought it showed how little feel and understanding he had for the bike and that he was just pushing whichever one he was on to the limit hoping for the best and without the ability to feel the difference between the two as prior to this all riders even the top experienced guys had always gone with the number 1 bike. Since then he's proven me wrong, obviously Marc is a phenomenon but also modern methods of production in the factories are making the bikes feel far more similar to each other than the old days so maybe now its partly a psychological thing with the older riders sticking with the one bike. Will we see the likes of Vinales, Rins etc doing this in the future? Maybe even Rossi or Lorenzo will give it a go to move with the times?

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