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Tunde

August 16, 2015 7:23 PM

MotoGP » MotoGP Brno - Race Results


Since Sheene ? And only after THIS race have you accepted motogp is boring, dull, (insert soporific adjective).....keen watchers of this board often see such postings only for the poster to reveal themselves as part of the yellow haze. Why switch to BSB and not rallycross or motoX or speedway? Great "passing" , no electronics (an instant yellow haze give away btw). In today's infantalisation of everything, each race is supposed to be indescribably a classic one. So the question is if every race is a classic, what separates them ? Only favoritism of your favorite rider. In other words, you're really not a fan of the sport, just another poorly disguised VR fanboi(I've been a fan since Sheene phony). Even if what you post is true, boredom was epic when Doohan had Ukawa as a team mate. Didn't hear you then whining into your pot-noodle. Get over it. VR has a team mate that can slug it out with him, even on a bike he built. JL's immense talent is too often rubbished by the yellow pantistas

Tunde

August 16, 2015 7:43 PM

MotoGP » Rossi braces for ‘great fight’ with Lorenzo


Fear, thy name is doubt....... A lot of posters doing a rain dance on here. JL trying to demonstrate conclusively he is top 5 roadracer of all time. VR trying to prove he's the GOAT (which, btw, everyone KNOWS, by winning one MORE title). Who'd you think is more motivated, more hungry? 18 seasons and nothing to prove vs 8 odd at the motogp level. This class of DP, CS27, JL, ADAM and latterly MM have tested VR in a manner he has never been. His GOATNESS comes from his cross generational brilliance in competition and machinery. There's no shame at all in been beat by JL. This is a hugely compelling heavyweight chess-boxing match. VR needs a reset. Misano perhaps ?

Tunde

August 17, 2015 2:08 AM

MotoGP » MotoGP Brno - Race Results


GReaper: Tunde, why the hell would you take my comments as an attack on Lorenzo, he is incredibly talented. To be honest you make some valid comments, albeit in a somewhat infantile way, and the Doohan era wasnt good for the sport. I dont watch to support my favourite, what a sweet concept, I watch in the hope that there is close competitive racing rather than the drawn out procession that we witnessed today. As for being a VR fanboi, you are very much misguided my friend and why would you assume that I stuck Sheene's name in just for effect. I grew watching Sheene, Roberts, Rainey, Schwantz et all and have followed the sport since the mid 70's and whilst I do have a leaning towards Yamaha I have yet to don any specific rider shirts,hats or flags although I did have a John WIlliams replica helmet once if that counts??
My apologies then. It's just an appeal to dismay over the current state of the sport usually begins with a throwback to a bye gone era. This is typically after anyone but VR winning. I can't recall Sheene riding but I remember J-m Bayle, Beattie, Schwantz et al. I personally think we're in a golden age of racing. The four aliens are separated in terms of talent by milimetres. Therefore come race w/e, if you're 1 cm behind ( I mean this figuratively btw) you end up 5 secs off come race end. We can have an argument as to what the bikes have evolved into. More powerful, highly crafted race machines. W/o electronics, the riders couldn't ride them. If they were so inhibitive to talent, why don't the super talented turn them off entirely. Because to do so would guarantee they would lose to an also ran and risk serious injury. So for me, the onus is on the rider to get to understand how the aides will benefit them. There's a lot of myth making about this rider uses less electronics than the other. I'm doubtful. What I think that refers to is that the range of tunable variables offered to rider are utilized less by some than others. And to my mind, that probably has as much to do with riding style and bike characteristics as anything else.

Tunde

August 09, 2015 8:36 PM

MotoGP » MotoGP Indianapolis - Race Results


LiVio:
titfortat: This is why I doubt Rossi will win this year, he doesn't have the pace or qualifying of Lorenzo and Marq. Smart money will be on Lorenzo.
Really ?? For the record that was 15 podiums in a row for the great one at his least favourite race of the season and Jorge could only take 4 points off him ,remind me the results of the 2 races prior to this one ?
Calm down lad, why the agro? He was merely expressing an opinion which really didn't warrant a cranky rebuttal. Yellow undies to brown much ? It'll be interesting to see what excuse the yellow swarm give next week if the result is replicated. Least favorite track ? MM93 has had about 3 of those this season......VR himself said it. He hasn't been fast enough all w/e. Simples......Others have alluded to the speed difference on the straight as being some sort of unfair "advantage" for MM. FFS, Yamaha has had years to sort it. They haven't and have chosen a different bike characteristic to work on-handling. So, horses for courses...... MM looking ominous. JL99 rightly miffed at not maximizing his points here. But you couldn't fault his effort. I'd make DP's ride next year dependent on him shot-gunning for MM if I were HRC. DP the luckiest rider on the grid atm. Why ? Who could go faster than him right now on that bike ? Consistently ? Exactly, they're all taken.....

Tunde

July 15, 2015 1:49 PM

MotoGP » Honda 'close to a solution' says Marquez


I wish Rossi wins his 10th or whatever title and retires. That way he can take his circle jerk yellow fan brigade with him. So obsessed are they, I recall them decrying Ferrari's decision to continue with Massa after Rossi had tested an F1 car to within 2 secs of Massa's best time around Fiorano. His antics , whilst novel and amusing early in his career, injected a degree of loutish chav-ery to any motogp forum or discussion. arguments about rider weights never come from those competing, always the yellow undies mob. It would have been interesting to see if Simoncelli had lived, whether VR whatever handled posters would be so generous in their eulogies to him. When DP was winning in 250s, he was regularly praised by VR. When he came to motogp, the jollity evaporated. VR46-the GOAT. His fans ? GOAT's cheese.


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