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September 16, 2014 7:19 PM

MotoGP » Smith: We need to learn from Rossi, Lorenzo

"now what was clear to see was that Vale's crew worked amazingly on the corner exit set up, that bike was flying out of the corners, that's where the main difference to MMs RC213V was (which was still the best bike on corner entry. " It was impressive to watch the Yam come out of the corners, like a rocket- and Vale could pass MM back. When a racing machine is set up like that (to come out of the corner quickly) the momentum is carried directly into the next straight line. The Honda is still the fastest bike on a long straight but the corner exit speed made it possible for Yamaha to re-pass and move ahead. As for Bradley, he just needs to stop obsessing and get on with it. Pol is still beating him, magic set-up or not.


September 15, 2014 5:50 PM
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MotoGP » Victorious Valentino Rossi 'at the best of my career'

I think the MM effect was like a shock to the GP system... His riding style and determination (fearlessness) took everyone by storm and we are only now finally starting to see the others catching up. Look at how much Rossi and Jlo have changed their style in order to keep up, they are more extreme than they have ever been. But the adaptations in riding approach and development of the bikes is finally coming together. Yamaha stills needs to further gearbox development, but they are on the right path as are the riders. Come next year, I do not think we will see #93 dominate in the same fashion, race wins will be spread out amongst more riders. But all of that aside, this has to be in the top 5 (3?) of Rossi victories. The Wheely with crazy head-nodding across the line was epic! He was going crazy inside that helmet.


September 15, 2014 7:42 PM

MotoGP » Alvaro Bautista confirmed with Gresini Aprilia

Wasthatit: I would like to see Kallio get a chance on the second bike. Always thought he was a great prospect and may suit the MotoGP paddock better than Moto2.
Why? He has done well in M2 but was nothing spectacular when he ran the premier class. As for AB, looks like he is clinging onto his GP career by falling into the same spot that Edwards did, a guy with experience that can provide some development help. I wish him good luck, he can be fast at times. Just make sure the new bike doesn't come with the seat-mounted flame thrower option, ala the Cube.... Lol :)


September 15, 2014 7:54 PM

MotoGP » Marquez: Time to change mentality

RaceRoad: So is he gonna ride like Jorge did to secure the title? Alot of people hated JL for that. saying hes no real racer. so now mm is a fake racer too.
Jorge was clever while fighting for his title, he did all his work in the early parts of the season's. Damage limitation is part of racing, why fight for a victory you don't need and throw it down the road and cost yourself the title? Losing 5 points is better than losing 25.
It's a championship based on points. And strategy. That is something so many people don't seem to grasp.... I hate the comments people make about certain racers like "if he was a TRUE racer blah blah blah"..... anyone with a brain and a mindset focused on the bigger picture gets this. So I fully agree.


September 16, 2014 5:37 PM

MotoGP » Pedrosa admits 'it wasn't my best performance'

Huskybod: I don't know why Evolution's post's don't get removed he insults people and he dam right rude.
I'm guessing it is because the posts are so mind numbingly unintelligible, it is figured that very few would be offended... as they won't be able to make much sense of it in the first place. It seems even below the phone texting habits of a 13 yr old girl.


September 14, 2014 2:50 PM

MotoGP » MotoGP Misano - Race Results

I thought I read a comment on here saying that HRC would focus only on giving MM the best set-up and Pedrosa would get beat by Ducati, something to that extent. Guess not. Nice one Vale! The dueling at the beginning was fantastic and honestly I wish MM had stayed on because I think today was the day you were going to maybe teach him a lesson. Or possibly you did anyways, he went beyond the limit trying to stay with you. Way to kill it in front of the home crowd!


September 14, 2014 3:05 PM

MotoGP » Marquez falls, Rossi leading from Lorenzo

Yearby23: Marquez's wake up call of where the limit is. Think Lorenzo has picked a tyre too hard and it might be too late when it starts to work. (Waiting for the endless onslaught later on from haters) But watch Valentino Rossi leading a race is brilliant to see!
Last time this happened he managed to just gas-it and the bike somehow went back up on two... but not today. Rossi finally got some good qualifying done and instead of beating himself and the bike up trying to fight from 5th or 6th, he got out front fast and just dropped the hammer. Awesome spectacle for sure.

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