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September 28, 2014 6:00 PM

MotoGP » Marquez: Aragon blunder completely my fault

If we take in account his lead in points, his wish to win in front of his fan's than we can somehow understand risk he take , his try to win and not loosing time to change the bike. But it was not clever to do so, now he knows new experience for young man, he is aware of mistake he made, believe he will not repeat it I wander how comes team can not decide and make rider to come in and change the bike ? In Honda case today that was necessary to do it ! asefi : Riding around with flag ? why not , it was for his fans. Two crashes but with both he still finish the race and hope he learn two different thinks more. Bravo Mark , bravo Lorenzo


September 29, 2014 7:55 AM
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MotoGP » Valentino Rossi discharges himself from hospital

philanderer: That had me worried that crash. Im VR's biggest admirer, but can see he's starting to push it. Not just that crash, but from all over. We all get older, and yes he's still a podium contender, that's coz he's a brilliant top rider, but VR should retire. I don't want to see that guy die. Not that he will, and I'm probably doing the over protective mother thing, but the chances are rising and when that bike hit him like that I was like, 'oh no, please'. As we get older those tiny fractions of loss of reflex can make big differences. I admire his will to keep going, unlike Stoner's who I was very disappointed with, but another 2 years on the factory bike, trying to push it to prove he deserves the spot? Ok, he loves bikes and is mad, and that's a good thing, but its got me worried.
I,m of the same opinion. should not compare crash to crash , but still I believe , 10years ago crashing like yesterday , he would stand up and go. Sometimes small fall ca


September 15, 2014 5:45 AM

MotoGP » Marquez explains Misano mistake

Revilo52: When Marc has those front end moments like he had today, it reminds me of the incident that took Simoncelli's life in 2011. He holds on for a while when he tucks the front and it means that if he does eventually lose it he will end up near to the racing line, and if other riders are following closely behind it could be a very dangerous situation indeed.
Do not exactly agree as this are two different situations. First I think, Mark even with mistake he made, he did have all in control ! he new .... MM did loose the front on low speed, but Marco he looses rear on high speed, rear slip. Yes do agree, with his insisting to stay on the bike in that situation , after rear slip when the rear catch the grip back than bike did cross the track from left to the right so did close ideal line for others , that cost him life.

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