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Old Apr 14th 2017, 10:59 AM   #41
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That looks like a guy thats mixing meth and roids
Some serious road roid rage 😡 from George. 😂
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Old Apr 14th 2017, 11:44 AM   #42
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I bet there is are a few guys in a certain Yamaha garage that are laughing their asses off. Perhaps He should eat crow and befriend Rossi. It always seems to help when you have someone who can relate to your situation. If Lorenzo does not win on this bike, it will certainly go a long way to suppress the weight of the "Ducati/Rossi curse" and maybe bolster the opinion that Stoner was the only guy who could ride the brand to a winning season. On a side note from a stat perspective, Rossi and Stoner competed against each other for 7 seasons. Rossi finished ahead of stoner 4 out of the 7 and two of those 7 were Rossi on the Ducati. Had he stayed with Yamaha, he would for sure have won more.
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Old Apr 14th 2017, 02:56 PM   #43
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I keep thinking this proves the team is a huge part of winning.



and why is it that the fastest bikes seem to always being the ones with cornering problems?
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Old Apr 14th 2017, 06:55 PM   #44
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I keep thinking this proves the team is a huge part of winning.



and why is it that the fastest bikes seem to always being the ones with cornering problems?
Seems to me thats where the "THROTTLE ACTUATING DEVICE" comes in, AKA nut behind the wheel. driver/rider.
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Old Jun 25th 2017, 09:23 PM   #46
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Dear George,

Gigi call me last night. He is a little bit, how you say, concerned you are not OK.

I think he call me because I was once team-mate with you, and maybe I know how is the best way to stop you when you start to make the hissing and bite the mechanics.

I tell Gigi that when you become the Mamba, Lin always take the firehose and shoot water at you because you don’t like the water and you run away and stop biting.

Then we build the wall. Remember the wall? It work very well.

It was little bit hard to hear everything Gigi say. The music was very loud, but I also hear Davide crying and saying “Bayliss, Bayliss, Bayliss…” in background.

You remember how the post-race parties are when you win. Or maybe not, ha ha! Anyway, I dance all night with big Dutch girls in yellow bikinis.

Never mind. That was a great race, no? I know you did not see much of it. I know when I have the penalty and must start from the back of the grid is very difficult to push to the front, but I always try, yes?

So yes, to come from 21st position is very hard.

I am a little bit sorry if I scare you when I lap you. I was very surprised. It is the first time I see the back-markers for many years. You are bringing this back, yes? That is very exciting for the fans.

Maybe you did not see me? Gigi tell me you had your eyes closed for much of the race.

My friend, Danilo, who was behind me and we make great race together, say to me he see much water come from under your helmet.

“How is come this water?” I ask. Danilo say to me: “Was salty.”

I say to him: “Must be water from the North Sea.” And then we laugh together with the Dutch girls. Ha ha ha!

I think maybe is better for you next year. If Harley-Davidson buy Ducati, then will be good to see how you race the new Ducati Ultra Fat FXSRRR GP bike.

Or maybe I will buy Ducati. And then I will be your boss. Ha ha! That will be very funny, no?

I must now make preparation for Sachsenring. The championship is very close. I am now only seven points from the lead. But you must not worry about this.

You are two points behind Danilo in eighth position. This is make Danilo very happy. He say maybe Gigi will take some octopus from your bike and put it into his.

I say to him, “The octopus will already be salty!”

And then we laugh again. Ha ha ha!

Ciao,

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Old Jun 26th 2017, 07:09 PM   #47
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Originally Posted by NW1299 View Post
Just putting it on record again that I believe Marquez will be the next Ducati rider to win a championship.
I have to agree with u NW1299 (finger crossed) if Honda will let him leave
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