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martin.mm.108

June 19, 2015 3:41 AM

MotoGP » Rossi: Stoner comeback wouldn't make a lot of sense


VegasRyder: This thread is a Bunch of Stoner fans. Idc if you'all agree that final standings are what matter most. They both won 2 titles in said time period yet rossi OUTSCORED stoner more often . When you look at the fact that stoner beat rossi in 07,11,12 and rossi beat stoner in 06,08,09,10 it's hard to really say someone "kicked anyone ASS" you can have your opinion and I will have mine. The difference is that even though rossi did OUTSCORE stoner 4 of 7 seasons (Idc what bikes who was one, if you want to start with the variables we could go on all night) Im not making ridiculous statements like "rossi kicked stoners ass" because Obviousky he didn't. As neither did stoner. Kicking someone's ass requires beating them at least 2/3 of the seasons you faced off. Not losing 4 of 7. This is all subjective anyways. You are right, he had more wins. But I am also right. Rossi finished ahead in the stabdings more often.
I just want people to remember what happened

martin.mm.108

June 19, 2015 7:37 PM

MotoGP » Lorenzo and Rossi test new chassis at Aragon


HansieMGP:
crashnetdummies: No one brakes later than Rossi and it's partly due to a higher wind resistance. Size is an advantage on braking.
Sorry but if I say that Rossi is good in breaking I doesn't mean with that TODATE he actually is braking LATER than others, this is certainly not the case eg. Dovisiozo and Pol Espargaro brake later....In 2010 and before Rossi was breaking later because he could also very well break INTO the corner, like Marquez was doing in 2013 & 2014. With the current Yamaha this is not possible, it get quite a bit understeered, for Lorenzo no problem, he has completely different riding style..
yes finally, I agree 100%

martin.mm.108

June 17, 2015 6:49 PM

MotoGP » Espargaro: I’m a bit lost now


SoSlo:
... have you ever put a leg on bike? I have a feeling the M1 feels like it's too long and it never turns just by seeing it and going by Pol's comments... ...
obviously it is YOU who have never raced a real prototye race bike. even the 1000s are TINY and guess what, the length, height, and ALL dimensions are strictly regulated by the FIM. since VR is able to push the bike from P8 to P1 more than once and JL can slot-car the bike to a +5.0 second victory, it's more than obvious the bike is juuuuust fine.
Reading comprehension much? i said feels too long, wheelbase or nimbleness to turn a corner, the way they are set up?? and no I'll never race a prototype that's the dumbest thing to say btw. but I race. as I said before even Yamaha feels their corner entry is an issue as it was reported not only here but at other motogp news websites...

martin.mm.108

June 17, 2015 6:32 AM

MotoGP » Espargaro: I’m a bit lost now


mrfill:
martin.mm.108:
mrfill:
martin.mm.108: the bike is the problem, he rides like VR he's a late braker.... Lorenzo's M1 is designed for that terrible 250cc wheels in line style, while all these kids from moto2 are used to brake deeper and slide that thing around corners something the Lorenzo M1 will never do... best thing he can do is try Rossi's chassis, but it may not be enough.
Remind me, which bike is currently at #1 and #2 in the championship?
what does that have to do with Pol's riding style? are you dense?
As he is on the same bike as VR and has the same riding style as VR and VR is leading the championship, its a bit ridiculous saying 'the bike is the problem'. And that's exactly what you did say.
you don't even know what you are watching. get back to me, after you spent some time on a bike.


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