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September 23, 2014 4:53 PM

MotoGP » Marquez: My favourite track

Marc will be strong here, for sure. But JLo also has something to prove, because he hasn't won a single race this season. He will also be extra motivated to win in Spain in front of Marc's fanclub (as is Dani). Also Rossi might have an extra boost after last race. So I don't think (hope) it will be an easy win for Marquez..


September 16, 2014 6:53 AM

MotoGP » Marquez: Time to change mentality

cossiegaz: 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."
yah, wtfe. His domination will end if the tire maker/Honda-Repsol decides it's going to. Time to get a brain.
Mick Doohan seems to disagree with you... But, oh well, what does he know about racing....


June 16, 2014 8:46 PM

MotoGP » 'Best race of the season' for runner-up Rossi

I believe the Honda is a very good bike. But it's way to simple to state that Marquez thanks his victories to that, like the thing has cruise control or something. Why is it that Pedrosa wasn't second in al the races, or even Bradl and Bautista, since they almost ride factory specs? Once the lights go out it's the riders decides who wins. A small mistake, like taking a corner too wide, can cost you victory. Some can recover from mistakes (like Marques and Rossi in his best years), others seldom make them (Like JLo, albeit this year not the best display of that) and others make them almost every time (Like Bautista and Crutchlow). Nothing to do with Dorna or other conspiracy's


June 16, 2014 8:35 PM

MotoGP » 'Best race of the season' for runner-up Rossi

SkyWilk: Really, this age talk is getting old... Doohan was 34 years old when he retired, and he was beating everyone still...
I'm glad someone mentioned this... Also I know its SBK but Biaggi was 38 and 40 when he beat everyone. Same with Checa...and Bayliss.
If Biaggi, Checa and Bayliss were beating everyone, than that says more about the level in SBK...
Bayliss beat everyone in motoGP too, in his last race... including Rossi. So what that tells you?...
Really, you're bringing Troy Bayliss' MotoGP career as an argument now...? Rossi was down that race (his own fault which cost him the championship, so not his finest hour indeed). But Bayliss has never been a threat or title contender in his MotoGP years.

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