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justPeople

May 05, 2016 7:48 AM

MotoGP » Rossi: Many factors you must be careful of


Realist: A good read... w w w.asphaltandrubber.com/motogp/motogp-silly-season-updatepedrosa-vinales-yamaharinsmoto2/
This is the best words in there Pedrosa on a Yamaha would present the Repsol Honda squad with a massive headache. Pedrosa's easygoing nature as a teammate has made life easy for Marc Marquez within Repsol Honda, and finding a replacement would be far from simple.

justPeople

April 27, 2016 12:59 AM

MotoGP » Rossi: We’ll continue with conventional fuel tank


Realist: Fun read.... w w w.sportrider.com/motogp-back-story-on-jorge-lorenzos-move-to-ducati?src=offramp&loc=region-4&lnk=txt#page-8
"Yamaha has a yellow heart..." that is, at Yamaha, Rossi is always bigger than Lorenzo. It is true that Lorenzo never made Yamaha his home. Part of it is because of his unstable and suspicious character, but mostly because the presence of Rossi is too strong. after all, it was the hand of the Italian that changed the history of the company.. "Suspicious character", wow.... spot on. nobody wants to have a leader like that..

justPeople

April 27, 2016 1:07 AM

MotoGP » Rossi: We’ll continue with conventional fuel tank


Realist:
justPeople:
Realist: Fun read.... w w w.sportrider.com/motogp-back-story-on-jorge-lorenzos-move-to-ducati?src=offramp&loc=region-4&lnk=txt#page-8
"Yamaha has a yellow heart..." that is, at Yamaha, Rossi is always bigger than Lorenzo. It is true that Lorenzo never made Yamaha his home. Part of it is because of his unstable and suspicious character, but mostly because the presence of Rossi is too strong. after all, it was the hand of the Italian that changed the history of the company.. "Suspicious character", wow.... spot on. nobody wants to have a leader like that..
After finding that article, I started searching for stuff using the heading "Yamaha doesn't like Lorenzo", and there were quite a few articles that popped up regarding Yamaha being displeased with his behavior last year (and how they felt following Valencia last year). It's really interesting stuff.
Share them here mate :)

justPeople

April 27, 2016 1:04 AM

MotoGP » Rossi: We’ll continue with conventional fuel tank


Realist: Fun read.... w w w.sportrider.com/motogp-back-story-on-jorge-lorenzos-move-to-ducati?src=offramp&loc=region-4&lnk=txt#page-8
In 2015 Lorenzo’s position was strongly affected by the affair at the end of season...despite giving Yamaha a new world title. The Japanese at Yamaha did not forgive him for the act of offering to testify against Rossi at the trial regarding his famous penalty. Lorenzo was simply defending his interests, considering he was in the fight for the title, but the reaction by the factory surprised him. In fact, in the last and championship-deciding race, several significant things happened. On the eve of the Valencia GP, those responsible at Yamaha decided to cancel the huge celebration they had prepared to celebrate the MotoGP title (they had previously calculated that the win was theirs) and all the other championships won in the various disciplines. And after the race, the expressions on many of the team faces were literally fune

justPeople

April 28, 2016 2:21 AM

MotoGP » Rossi: We’ll continue with conventional fuel tank


Valentino Rossi's masterful victory in the Spanish Grand Prix elevates him to the status of genius and sends a clear message to Yamaha, argues Randy Mamola. Rossi's message was to give it all to show Yamaha that it has not made a mistake in betting on him - to make it clear that, apart from selling bikes, he is still strong enough to fight for victories. Probably, looking at how the championship had gone until now, no one expected that. Not even Marc and Jorge, who are now asking themselves the same question as us: Will Vale be able to repeat that? We'll have part of the answer at Le Mans in two weeks' time.


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