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October 21, 2014 5:29 PM

MotoGP » Valentino Rossi wins dramatic Australian MotoGP


herewego: This race had excitement in it because you just didn't know what was going to happen .Riders you least expected were falling off, or dropping back and it was fingers crossed for Valentino! This was far from boring!!!
Sorry, but I'm in the kind of excitment where the fight is to the finish line in a race that's not decided by tyre alocation and weather. You can argue all you want that those who stayed on their bikes were *smarter* by adopting a better riding style or by making the correct setup, but I disagree. In my book it was more about luck here than skill.

PR

October 11, 2014 7:10 AM

WSBK » Guintoli: This is a gamble…


C3PO: I think melandri shouldnt let SG win.period.this is racing,the best rider should win the championship...if SG wins over sykes,he just doesnt deserve it.every year same thing,consistency but no wins...sykes is just better...SG can thank the weather,if it would be dry,i do believe Sykes would already clinched the title....as someone else already said,what kind of title that is,if someone is helping you.
I've got news for you. He's in a team called Aprilia and that's what teams are supposed to do. If SG wins the title with the help of the team, it would be a fully deserved one.

PR

October 05, 2014 7:19 PM

WSBK » Melandri: Win in race two is fair compensation


This can't be fair racing between the two of them (MM & SG). Like SG said, he can't push to the limit because that would be too much of a risk. Again, like I said on that thread, I'm not implying that SG would be better in a fair fight. Just wondering, if it were SG doing this to MM what would the bosses of Aprilia think of it? But then again, maybe they're not interested in WC?

PR

October 07, 2014 8:19 PM

WSBK » Guintoli: This is a gamble…


Realist: everybody wants to make MM out to be a bad guy when he just had pride like every other racer.
Pride? He was racing without any pressure, which was not the same for SG. What's the pride in that? When he'll race someone in the same situation as his and win then I'll give him pride.

PR

October 08, 2014 5:20 AM

WSBK » Melandri: Win in race two is fair compensation


I for one would have liked for VR46 to be stronger last year and have helped JL99 to win it in the last rounds. Sure I want close fights in races but I want more close fight for the championship. And as the seasons near the end there are some who have better chances of winning it, and then I want to see team strategies at play. Because those who have lower chances for the championship but that are able to win races have a bonus in the last races by not being under pressure, so it's not fair racing to win it in front of those who are still in the fight for championship.

PR

October 07, 2014 9:16 PM

WSBK » Guintoli: This is a gamble…


Realist: He's a racer who wants to win. Anything other than a win is a LOSS. You can call it what you want, but I'm not going to slack Melandri for taking 1 of his 2 earned wins. If SG wins the WC by a small margin, are you going to credit Melandri for giving up a win which allowed him to win the championship, or are you going to act like Guintoli did it on his own???? Where's the pride in being GIFTED wins and a title???
Well, they're in the same team after all. Some don't like this, and imagine that it should be everyone for themselves. But I don't. I don't see any reason why SG shouldn't be proud if he wins it. That would mean that he played his cards right and had the team's support.

PR

October 07, 2014 10:08 PM

WSBK » Guintoli: This is a gamble…


Realist: He's just not in the business of giving up all of his deserved wins.
I don't know in what business he thinks he is, but clearly the team thought otherwise. And I fully support the team's decision to maximize SG's chances for the championship. If it were MM in SG's shoes, I would think the same.


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