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May 28, 2014 7:45 PM
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MotoGP » Mugello to spark Lorenzo revival?

Just for the drama I wish for a JL win after a magnificent battle with MM and VR finishing mid-pack after being forced off track in the early stages by MM. That would surely end the honeymoon between the two. Also PE on podium would be nice. Now this will surely generate a lot of disagreeing... : ))


May 18, 2014 8:12 PM

MotoGP » Rossi 'Lorenzo frustrated', Marquez 'fun is faster'

PR: I can understand JL's frustration. Last year he did all that hard work on lesser material and finished 2nd, and now all hopes were on him to do it again on seemingly even lesser material. He's probably thinking it's not worth the extra effort and risks just to struggle for 2nd if he's lucky, because if DP is on form best the yams can manage is 3rd.
I'm not advocating for anybody in here but your argument is invalid. Rossi 2nd Qatar and jerez , DP was fully fit.
My *argument* was for today's race. Even so, I'm not sure DP was on top of his form at Jerez, but he was very close to 2nd. Though I do concede that not every track may be a honda or MM/DP track (see my previous post).


May 18, 2014 7:46 PM

MotoGP » Rossi 'Lorenzo frustrated', Marquez 'fun is faster'

Gilles: Rubbish, if what you say is true, in other words, he can't be bothered to push to the max, then that is appalling. The fact is, 2 Yamahas finished ahead of him. Enough said, I think...
That would be VR who's feeling better with the new package and PE who pushed to the max to impress at *home* and make a stand on who's no #1 at tech 3. I'm sure JL has it to be the top yamaha, but that would be a very risky business since VR is feeling better with the bike and won't concede easily... so why should he be bothered? to make a mistake with VR? for what? if the hondas don't make mistakes and both MM and DP are on form it's just 3rd. Though I'm sure if JL will feel better on a track where the hondas won't have such a big advantage, so he can smell victory, he'll give that extra and go tooth and nail with VR, just to deny him a victory.


April 14, 2014 3:14 PM

MotoGP » Rossi: We destroyed the front tyre

How exactly do those tyre problems appear? Is it like one second you're good and the next you're f***d, without any warnings? I've just read Bradley's version of his race tyre management... and it does seem like he outsmarted and outclassed the likes of Iannone and Rossi who maybe were too focused on chasing that 3rd place, and because of that probably lost track of their tyre wear until it hit them in the face.

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