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cossiegaz

September 14, 2014 4:55 PM

MotoGP » Marquez explains Misano mistake


This will be a massive turning point in Marquez's domination, he will never dominate in the same way again, since arriving in moto gp he has ridden purely on instinct and desire to win, he's now going to realise that just isn't enough and he's going to have to start thinking and taking less risks because sooner or later his luck will run out again if he keeps riding beyond the limit.

cossiegaz

September 14, 2014 8:54 PM

MotoGP » Scott Redding to Marc VDS Honda


Good news! Hopefully the entire team including Scott will be able to learn and progress at their own rate without any major pressure to perform miracles in the first season. Scott knows the team and the team know Scott so Scott will be patient and understand the crew need time to learn how to set up a moto gp Honda and they in turn will understand that Scott will need some time to adjust to riding a full factory prototype. Will be interesting to see the progression of Marc VDS and Scott Redding over the next few seasons.

cossiegaz

September 15, 2014 10:06 AM

MotoGP » Marquez: Time to change mentality


Yesterday I posted the following comment and 30 idiots disagreed with me, now Marc himself has backed up what I said!! Quote: "This will be a massive turning point in Marquez's domination, he will never dominate in the same way again, since arriving in moto gp he has ridden purely on instinct and desire to win, he's now going to realise that just isn't enough and he's going to have to start thinking and taking less risks because sooner or later his luck will run out again if he keeps riding beyond the limit."

cossiegaz

September 14, 2014 4:35 PM

MotoGP » Victorious Valentino Rossi 'at the best of my career'


SkyWilk: Can we put the age thing to rest now then?
When? When he starts getting younger? He's the oldest rider on the grid and the older you get the more difficult it becomes, if age wasn't a factor people wouldn't keep on about it but age is a factor and winning a premier class race at 35 years old is something that Pedrosa Stoner Lorenzo and Marquez will never do.

cossiegaz

September 17, 2014 1:00 PM

MotoGP » KTM to join MotoGP in 2017


I wonder what Kawasaki's position is with regards to future moto gp plans, would be interesting to hear their opinions on the current moto gp situation with the planned Michelin control tyre and the upcoming rule changes for for a control e.c.u regardless of whether or not they intend to come back with a full prototype.

cossiegaz

September 14, 2014 6:41 PM

MotoGP » Victorious Valentino Rossi 'at the best of my career'


kma55:
cossiegaz: ...age is a factor and winning a premier class race at 35 years old is something that Pedrosa Stoner Lorenzo and Marquez will never do.
You don't know that. Stoner is the only person in that list you could be pretty certain about. 35 is not exactly old... Bruce Anstey broke the TT lap record earlier in the year at 44 years old, Biaggi won the WSBK title at 41, Bayliss was also around 40 when he won the title, etc.. Rossi has probably just inspired those guys you mentioned as well, they're probably thinking they've got plenty of years left now, of course they need a bike good enough though.
You're talking about tt and superbikes, I said premier class

cossiegaz

September 15, 2014 10:53 AM

MotoGP » Marquez: Time to change mentality


SasquatchBob: @Cossiegaz I saw your post from yesterday, although I wasn't one of the "unlikers" I'm not sure I entirely agree with the wording. I totally agree that he will change his approach. After all, falling out of a podium place is going to be a big wake up call after the phenomenal season he's had so far. But I don't see it as a "massive turning point". He is still young, enthusiastic, hungry to win and a proper racer at heart. I also think it's been a natural progression. He came out swinging from day 1, but the other 'aliens' have been closing him down steadily, making his victories a little bit harder week after week. But, wording aside, I agree with the sentiment in what you posted.
Yes I agree maybe the wording was slightly wrong, as you say the others are getting closer to his speed and I think this combined with him having to calm down and think things through a bit more will level things out a lot more.


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