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ProfessorX

January 23, 2016 10:24 AM
Last Edited 89 days ago

MotoGP » Honda, FIM won’t release Rossi-Marquez clash data


hoppy: Errr,actually Prof,it was Val who instigated it by deliberately running Marc off the track..
Hanika admitted to running someone off track. When did Valentino admit to doing something he most clearly didn't do? Evidence, something you lack in your obfuscations. clearly Rossi regrets putting in a very hard blocking maneuver, that is clearly undebateable. But what is also not terribly questionable is NN93's acceleration after the apex of his turn while he tucked in and hit Rossi trying to go around the outside of a block pass next to the edge of the track. NN93 was never right, he was interfering with Rossi's race, he was not racing him, he was engaged in race manipulation, he was stalling him, and lost any credibility when he messed with Rossi's race and hit him from the side.

ProfessorX

January 23, 2016 9:25 AM

MotoGP » Honda, FIM won’t release Rossi-Marquez clash data


lek25: Funny that MM never mentions the fact that he bumped in to VR before the "kick". I quess that is not out of control that is just normal behaviour for MM.
NN is infalable, he can't be wrong, so it matters not if he hits Rossi before he falls on his ****. Just look at Argentina when people blamed Rossi for taking out NN93. Lolz. Boggles the mind how twisted those folk are, they are so whacked out and deluded they will repeat anything.

ProfessorX

January 20, 2016 3:39 AM

MotoGP » Rossi: Disappointment after Valencia 'very big'


black flagged for moving his knee after he was bumped in to by someone trying to go around a block pass? Yeah, i love it, loads of lemmings talking up how Rossi should have been DQ'd because he had the temerity to intentionally block pass NN93, even though NN93 was intentionally interfering with Rossi's race. Had NN93 been any other rider nobody would have fell on their bums trying to crash in to someone else going around a block pass. No penalty issued, no back of the grid, and Dani Pedrosa would have finished second in Valencia :) Wink Wink Nod Nod, Say no more.

ProfessorX

January 23, 2016 11:38 PM
Last Edited 96 days ago

MotoGP » MotoGP has ‘never seen such big changes’


Guna4699: Yamaha is in for a big trouble ... add to that the new Michelin rear is giving even better drive,, simply their gaining margin has gone up while risk level involved stayed the same...
have you ever used the rear grip of a motorcycle tire to slow down a bike mid apex to reduce the turning radius and make a sharper turn. You can't make blanket statements like stickier rear makes for better drive, that's really not the case. More to a tire than soft and hard. The tires on my bike right now won't kick in unless it's over 47 degrees F, under normal riding. High performance tires have 'specific'/optimal performance windows. Having a one make tire series was, and can never be fair for the different makes and riders. 2009 was the biggest change, ever since then it's been only hype and drama. And the same guys winning day in and day out.

ProfessorX

January 22, 2016 11:39 PM
Last Edited 96 days ago

MotoGP » MotoGP has ‘never seen such big changes’


Codger:... We all know that Marc won't and I'll bet that ProfX thinks that NN93 won't either.
depends on Michelin doesn't it, nobody can really say anything until the guys are honestly putting their best in, and you won't know that till after the first few races when the dust has settled some. If Michelin do not favor the gilded Repsol battering ram, and Yamaha adapt well to the electronics, I don't see how they will be able to be beat by someone who frequents the hedges when they don't have a ridiculous advantage in the rubber, or an engine advantage in the lower classes. as for the straight line speed stuff, I doubt it, the real advantage will be in the corners, where traction control and the tires are the real key determinants, anyone can go fast down a straight. I suspect Jorge will suffer more than Valentino if the TC really is more limited, Jorge loves the way the Yam holds the corner, and that has a lot to do with the electronics.

ProfessorX

January 22, 2016 5:02 AM

WSS » Khairuddin ready for fresh start in WSS


Woo58:
MrBojangles:
Woo58: No offence to Fahmi but wasn't six years in the 125cc and Moto 3 championships supposed to be a stepping stone to Moto 2?
Some riders simply do better production bikes, as it relies less on bike setup and more on the rider.
Agreed but that doesn't make my statement wrong, I still think his time in 125 and Moto3 was supposed to be a stepping stone to Moto2. Also if he is the type of rider you're talking about then having a stepping stone to Moto2 would be pretty pointless wouldn't it as he'd be back on a prototype bike where it relies more on bike setup and less on the rider
It's called a confidence game, try not to believe too hard.

ProfessorX

January 21, 2016 1:39 AM
Last Edited 98 days ago

F1 » Hembery unconvinced by value of 2017 changes


Dallas: Seriously how does nobody understand that they just need to bring ground effects back to solve this issue. There is less overtaking because cars can't get close to each other...
the idea is to move away from aero to keep guys like RBR from challenging the auto manufacturers. Didn't you get the memo? youtube society of the spectacle, something interesting for sure, try to understand what is really being said, not what people are hoping you will hear. If you want to understand the agenda, just listen to what is mindlessly being repeated ....


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