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Old Mar 26th 2017, 04:23 PM   #21
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JLO was racing like a club racer worried about making it to his real job on Monday.
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Old Mar 26th 2017, 05:18 PM   #22
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Originally Posted by 749dark View Post
Rossi is undoubtedly an amazingly talented athlete however his time in the sun has come and gone. The next generation are here.

Sure he may win the occasional race here and there however I think he has no hope of getting another title. The competition is so strong.

The Rossi fanboy's will disagree. Each to their own I guess.
Right, from 10th to 3rd passing MM along the way, obviously all washed up.
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Old Mar 26th 2017, 06:54 PM   #23
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Originally Posted by ScrapperX View Post
New Sheriff in town there goes MM chance in catching Rossi. Jlo will average 10 or 11 just as VR did when he was at Ducati. Same problem as Rossi had he cant turn the GP bike.
This track is Ducati favored track and JLo did pretty bad. Was hoping He did better.

He is probably shocked.

MM will of course will bounce back and will be on the top. Vinales is killing it.
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Old Mar 26th 2017, 07:05 PM   #24
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The cuntopotamus is probably tucked up under his MM 93 duvet,with a box of tissues.
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Old Mar 26th 2017, 07:05 PM   #25
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I was really impressed by Zarco. Too bad he lost the front cause I was hoping to see how he'd hold up over race distance.
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Old Mar 27th 2017, 04:51 AM   #26
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I agree. Zarco looked amazing. Until he fell. But, for his first MotoGP race, impressive.

And sorry about the 3rd, 4th mix up. My distant comment is because he fell so far off the pace of the front 3...
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Rossi the GOAT.

Marktard the forum asshat.

moving along.....
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its abundantly clear that 46 is hurting the championship and the talent in motogp by hanging on. he might win a race maybe 2 but has no shot at the championship.

i hate saying if but anybody on the yamaha would have done just as well if not better. zarco doesnt loose the front he would have done better on a satalite team.

think of this if yamaha didnt insult 99 the way they did he stays and rossi stays. now what you have maverick wasting his talent on suzuki.

but lets recap here on the 10-3. we all know it doesnt matter as there are only 4 with a shot at the title. iaonne doesnt fall zarco doesnt fall and marquez doesnt change his tire at the last second all would have finished a head of 46.

how many other good riders wont get a shot cause this loser 46 wants to hang on. everybody gets old. it happened with jordan, and jeter and manning.

i guess the draw for motogp is more important than the talent.
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its abundantly clear that 46 is hurting the championship and the talent in motogp by hanging on. he might win a race maybe 2 but has no shot at the championship.

i hate saying if but anybody on the yamaha would have done just as well if not better. zarco doesnt loose the front he would have done better on a satalite team.

think of this if yamaha didnt insult 99 the way they did he stays and rossi stays. now what you have maverick wasting his talent on suzuki.

but lets recap here on the 10-3. we all know it doesnt matter as there are only 4 with a shot at the title. iaonne doesnt fall zarco doesnt fall and marquez doesnt change his tire at the last second all would have finished a head of 46.

how many other good riders wont get a shot cause this loser 46 wants to hang on. everybody gets old. it happened with jordan, and jeter and manning.

i guess the draw for motogp is more important than the talent.
because over 85% of the motogp roster has any hopes of winning the championship? i guess by Marktard logic only 4 or 5 guys should be on the track max (never mind that Rossi just podium'ed!)...

what a fucking moron.

not to mention Rossi adding significant revenues to bottom line of this sport.

you just can't fix stupid.
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Originally Posted by mark419ny View Post
its abundantly clear that 46 is hurting the championship and the talent in motogp by hanging on. he might win a race maybe 2 but has no shot at the championship.

i hate saying if but anybody on the yamaha would have done just as well if not better. zarco doesnt loose the front he would have done better on a satalite team.

think of this if yamaha didnt insult 99 the way they did he stays and rossi stays. now what you have maverick wasting his talent on suzuki.

but lets recap here on the 10-3. we all know it doesnt matter as there are only 4 with a shot at the title. iaonne doesnt fall zarco doesnt fall and marquez doesnt change his tire at the last second all would have finished a head of 46.

how many other good riders wont get a shot cause this loser 46 wants to hang on. everybody gets old. it happened with jordan, and jeter and manning.

i guess the draw for motogp is more important than the talent.
mark, you can't say iannone doesn't fall, zarco doesn't fall, and MM doesn't change his tire at the last second and all would finish ahead of 46.....the thing is....all of that happened, you can't just say 46 won bc everyone else picked wrong or made a mistake, that's just race craft, you pick your best setups and if they don't work out, then tough luck. Look at Dovi, he picked the soft rear and it didn't work out when Maverick was charging up at the end.

also, Manning might have been old and hanging on, but he went out with a Super Bowl ring, like it or not, he still won at the end.
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