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October 26, 2014 7:47 AM

MotoGP » Moto3 Malaysia - Race Results

Whilst Millers passes may be viewed as borderline he actually chose 1 inside line and stuck to it, he didn't deviate into another rider, the outside rider turned onto Miller so if Race Direction penalises those moves then we may as well have time trial rather than racing. Now, wasn't Marc Marquez who was described as " he puts his bike into positions and lets the other rider decide on the consequences"(paraphrased)? If anyone recorded this race have a look at what A. Marquez did to Miller going into turn 1, about two thirds into the race. Marquez on the inside actually sat his bike up on purpose to make contact with Miller, that was a deliberate ram.


July 11, 2014 1:50 AM

MotoGP » PICS: Riders take part in ‘Waterfall’ test

MotoGp Rulebook. Chapter 5, Section 7, Paragraph 4. When a corner which requires negotiation on the cooler side of the tyre the corner will be reshaped in order to remove any original thinking or gambling by riders. This means Dorna have the opportunity to remove as many last ditch effort area for riders chasing a win, podium, one place higher to push the envelope. If all rider know it can be a dodgy corner, some will ease off, some will push on in the hope of an advantage but all will be aware of the risk.


June 29, 2014 3:46 AM

MotoGP » ‘Scared’ Lorenzo haunted by Assen injury

Realist When have we ever heard them mention being scared? That's all that most people are saying. I believe Marquez said he was a bit scared at Mugello after his big crash last year, which is why he rolled off early into the first corner for a while. Once he overcame that "fear" he was back to normal. It's just a reminder that all of these riders are just people.

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