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Moto89

November 06, 2015 6:56 PM
Last Edited 89 days ago

MotoGP » Rossi: I regret pushing Marquez wide


I cannot believe that so many are so blinded by Rossi's popularity that they believe anything that comes out of his mouth. Rossi's modus operandi is to smear any rider that is a threat to him publicly and commit character assassination(what some like to call "mind games"). He did it to Biaggi, to Gibernau, Melandri, Stoner, and Lorenzo and now Marquez. Are people really this stupid and forgetful ? Did they forget that this is the same rider that publicly tried to pressure Yamaha to drop Lorenzo just because at the time he couldn't deal with having a teammate that was capable of beating him ? Rossi has no legs to stand on. He fabricated some BS story about Marquez helping Lorenzo because he couldn't deal with his own failure of not being fast when it mattered most and had to find a scapegoat for not making the podium in Phillip Island, just like he found a scapegoat in Jerry Burgess at the end of 2013. CONTINUED......

Moto89

November 06, 2015 7:06 PM
Last Edited 89 days ago

MotoGP » Rossi: I regret pushing Marquez wide


What Marquez said about his tires overheating is 100% believable, because something very similar happened to him in Qatar at the start of the season.You can even find Marquez' the quotes here on CRASH.NET when he explained that he was overheating his tires trying to catch up after going wide at the start of the race and had to take it easier every few laps to give the tires time to cool off. The difference being in Qatar he was so far back he didn't have much time to take it easy, while in Phillip Island he was at the front so he could control his pace as much as he wanted, and strike when it was in his best interest to do so. And low and behold the same thing is happening in here in Valencia, with both Marquez and Crutchlow reporting that the front tyre is overheating on the Honda. CONTINUED......

Moto89

November 06, 2015 7:17 PM
Last Edited 89 days ago

MotoGP » Rossi: I regret pushing Marquez wide


By Rossi's logic Marquez was also trying to help Pedrosa in the championship because the way he was racing was also affecting Iannone, who happens to be involved with Pedrosa in a battle for 4th place in the championship( which could be a good reason why Iannone agreed with Rossi, since he had a vested interest in beating Pedrosa, and Marc was a thorn in his side in achieving that goal). And as Lorenzo put, Marquez was really "helping" him, especially on the last lap. That Marquez even won the race proves how ridiculous Rossi's claims really were. Nobody had a bad word to say about Phillip Island until Rossi had to make it all about himself, paranoid because he didn't have his fate completely in his own hands. CONTINUED.......

Moto89

November 06, 2015 7:26 PM
Last Edited 89 days ago

MotoGP » Rossi: I regret pushing Marquez wide


Rossi is a big hypocrite. He "LOVES" racing, as long as it is to his advantage but when it isn't, normal racing is suddenly not "fair" just as he complained about the current qualifying system being "not fair" because it didn't work to his advantage, revealing one of his biggest weaknesses and all his bandwagon fans jump on it as if anything he does or says is justified and the truth. Just as Marco Melandri once stated "Rossi is your friend, until you start beating him".

Moto89

November 06, 2015 10:36 PM
Last Edited 93 days ago

MotoGP » Marquez may need ‘Phillip Island’ style race


Polyccio: This does happen but why is he telling his opponent (Lorenzo) that he is faster than him? That's the part I don't get. Always keep them guessing - don't tell them that you can't mount a serious challenge to them. The way Dani manages his race will help prove or disprove that he's up to no good again.
And so what ? What is your point ? Marquez has openly stated several times in the past when he thought another rider was quicker than him during the day at any given weekend. So has Rossi, Lorenzo, and Pedrosa. Crash has plenty quotes. In fact I quite clearly remember Rossi saying out loud that he needed a gun to shoot Stoner in order to beat him , such was his pace advantage over Rossi and co at Laguna 08 prior to the race. It's as if all Rossi has to do is spout some paranoid bullshit, and suddenly everyone develops the memory of a gold fish and questions, scrutinizes and over analyzes every word other riders say yet take Rossi's word as gospel.

Moto89

August 11, 2015 1:31 PM
Last Edited 180 days ago

MotoGP » ‘Loose rear feeling’ puts Redding outside top ten


Redding is continuing the trend of performing worse in his second year of a class than his rookie year. It happened to him in 125cc, Moto2 and now in Motogp. His problems now are a carbon copy of his problems in 2011 on the Suter. Redding falls apart as a rider and looks completely mediocre when he is on a bike he doesn't get along with 100%. The Suter that year was fast as Marquez proved this by almost winning the title, but it had a reputation of being difficult to ride to the limit. Because of this Redding was nowhere all year and finished 15th in the standings. His teammate Kallio finished one place behind him in 16th. It's no coincidence that when both jumped on to the much more rider friendly Kalex chassis for 2012, both Redding and Kallio magically jumped up 10 positions in the riders standings to 5th and 6th respectively. The proddy Honda's while slower are easier to ride, which is why Redding got on better with his bike last year.....

Moto89

August 11, 2015 1:20 PM
Last Edited 180 days ago

MotoGP » ‘Loose rear feeling’ puts Redding outside top ten


What's happening to Scott is no surprise to the likes of me and other Redding detractors. He is proving race by race how overrated he was the by british media, his fans, his social circle and himself. I said at the start of the season that when it was all said and done, that Redding would perform no better than Bradl and Bautista, who weren't rated by many. In fact he is performing somewhat significantly worse than those two. When using factual evidence and logical reasoning by comparing the pre- Motogp careers of Redding, Bradl, Bautista, one quickly comes to the realisation that Bradl and Bautista actually have better career stats than Redding, yet for some reason Redding has often been rated as better than both of them.

Moto89

March 13, 2015 10:20 PM
Last Edited 330 days ago

MotoGP » 'Within a second' - Redding's target in Qatar


@ tuonogeorge: Weight disadvantage is the same tired excuse people always use for Redding's lack of consistent winning, but funnily enough Simoncelli was the same build and almost the same weight as Redding is now when he was around, yet he actually managed to win a title in 250cc. And talking about Marc's supposed weight advantage, you do know Marc weighs the same as Stoner did right, and that both of them are 7-8kg heavier than Pedrosa. I never heard people bleating about Stoner having a weight advantage over Lorenzo/Rossi. How much has Pedrosa's supposed weight advantage helped him over the likes of Stoner and Marquez ?????


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