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cokerel

September 12, 2014 9:48 AM

MotoGP » Lorenzo: I have to accept it


RE Marquez crashing and Lorenzo being there to pick up the pieces. Same scenario is just as likely to happen to any one of the rest of them. There all riding to there personal limits. TBH although Marquez seems like he's closer to the edge than the rest, when it all goes slightly wrong he seems to manage a recovery where others would fall. In essence i think that there are many other candidates in the top 5 or 6 more likely to miss rounds through injury than MM.

cokerel

September 01, 2014 12:18 AM

MotoGP » Marquez unapologetic over 'aggressive' Lorenzo pass


If you say something often enough people begin to believe it's true. That Yamaha is a missile. You couldn't separate it from the Honda with a proverbial b** hair. All the BS about side grip etc has come up because the yam's are not winning races. There's compromises by all in any form of motorsport Hondas included. Lorenzos statement re needing another 0.2 secs per lap is not to bring them level with Honda. It's 0.2 secs to make them faster than Honda to give him a chance against Marquez. Marquez style does include alot of sliding and getting bent out of shape, but today he pushed to the absolute limit just to get past Lorenzo and his 'problem bike'. The reality is there for all to see.

cokerel

September 01, 2014 12:03 PM
Last Edited 9 days ago

MotoGP » Cracked rim halts Smith home charge


Kwakaracer: !!! WELL DONE BRAD !!! Strong performance all weekend so gutted for you about the rim but as you said in the truck after the race, cant ride full on with no air in the tyre. And the crowd were cheering for you every lap - definately the biggest cheers on the warm down lap - so ignore the ill-informed on this forum, they have no passion for real riders. The informed support you. Bring on Misano GO BRAD
Can i 'Inform' you that he's been 'outperformed' consistently by his rookie teammate all year. I'd say on this occasion that the rider is at fault. That bike has soooo much more to give. As for being calm and not taking issue re the wheel problem, i also think he was secretly relieved and happy that he had something to blame what would most likely have been another poor result.

cokerel

September 01, 2014 12:04 AM

MotoGP » Lorenzo 'left everything on the track'


RaceRoad:
shakennstirred: after the dirty way Lorenzo rode the last race of last year he could hardly say anything else about today could he
you have amnesia boy!? why in the first place, made jorge ride like he did in 250cc style must be a massive hater if you remember 1 from jorge, there were doesnt moves from another rider that year. remember? doh....amnesia offcourse you wont
Raceroad you'd do well to concentrate on your grammar mate rather than concerning yourselves with others issues. Half of what you typed is incoherent.

cokerel

August 31, 2014 8:47 PM
Last Edited 14 days ago

MotoGP » Lorenzo 'left everything on the track'


crashnetdummies Give Lorenzo those tyres with extra edge grip again and maybe, you'll sing a different tune. Not taking anything away from Marquez, he's probably the more talented of the 2 but when Jorge is on with the type of tyres he likes, he can sometimes be unbeatable.
Well it's all ifs and buts. I don't think there's much between them if anything machinery wise. Strange that Lorenzo stated that his tyre was shredded and had nothing left while moments before he had put a pass on Marquez? It couldn't have been that bad.

cokerel

September 02, 2014 12:25 AM

MotoGP » Marquez unapologetic over 'aggressive' Lorenzo pass


Talent Fan is right, smooth off, in order to get the tires to break back in to the limit of static friction, away from kinetic/dynamic friction. A high side happens when the rear wheel grips too suddenly and bike is cocked and both wheels are pointing different directions and your a** is flying like God lifted you out of the seat himself. wikipedia friction RSMick. You might learn something.
May be right but it is stating the obvious. My 12 year old nephew could work that one out.

cokerel

August 29, 2014 11:59 PM
Last Edited 18 days ago

F1 » Rosberg disciplined by Mercedes


Need to take a looong hard look..........at motogp(Hamilton in particular) Mad as they come but still a sporting attitude. Deffo stick to the truth and don't sing like a bird to all in sundry. This is team spirit. youtube.com/watch?v=DGMbOHpJTvY Could you ever imagine Hamilton & co having an honest celebration post race? That little guy takes whatever comes to him on the chin. F1 and the drivers in it could learn a thing or two from him.


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