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Old Apr 8th 2018, 04:48 PM   #21
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I like how the VR pit shut MM apology efforts down.

I've always said I'm a fan of racing, not just a single rider. MM lacked patience this race. He doesn't need it often but when he does, he panics and his impatience kicks in. Push push push! No one can question the kids skill but someone needs to check his ass hard, starting with his own crew.
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I like how the VR pit shut MM apology efforts down.

I've always said I'm a fan of racing, not just a single rider. MM lacked patience this race. He doesn't need it often but when he does, he panics and his impatience kicks in. Push push push! No one can question the kids skill but someone needs to check his ass hard, starting with his own crew.
Everyone here knows I'm a Rossi fan among others but not Marquez or Lorenzo. Having said that, I liked how Marquez went over to apologize and I was little disappointed in Rossi for not accepting it.

HOWEVER, after I listened to Marquez's interview...I was right. He is a Cunt. He blamed everything but himself. He blamed on "tricky" condition then he pointed fingers at Pet and Zarco. Hey idiot, if it was "tricky" condition then be more careful and dont use other riders as bumpers.
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I wouldn't have accepted the apology either. I don't see how anyone would. The aggressive and let's not forget dangerous move was blatant. It was no accident. These guys are pros and deal with inside moves all day but there was no chance of this move being successful. A rider in the GP class knows this. Hell, track day riders know you don't undercut someone unless there's an actual line to overtake. No forcing it. It wasn't the last lap of the race to say fuck it, anddddd he was a second faster per lap than almost everyone out there. He would have easily overtaken Rossi before the lap was done but nope. Mr. Wreckless impatient had a brainfart and thought it was bumper bikes.
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Old Apr 8th 2018, 05:03 PM   #24
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Unsure why people are questioning Zarco's move on Pedosa. He did nothing wrong, if anything, Pedrosa looked like he lost traction thru a wet patch.
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Originally Posted by youngR View Post
Everyone here knows I'm a Rossi fan among others but not Marquez or Lorenzo. Having said that, I liked how Marquez went over to apologize and I was little disappointed in Rossi for not accepting it.

HOWEVER, after I listened to Marquez's interview...I was right. He is a Cunt. He blamed everything but himself. He blamed on "tricky" condition then he pointed fingers at Pet and Zarco. Hey idiot, if it was "tricky" condition then be more careful and dont use other riders as bumpers.



Victim mentality.
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Old Apr 8th 2018, 06:42 PM   #28
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If MM did that in a 600 superstock novice race in WERA or CCS, they would yank his race license.
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Old Apr 8th 2018, 07:57 PM   #29
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Well I feel bad for everyone. Except Lorenzo, I don’t feel bad for him.

As far as MM he had so much raw speed over everyone that he didn’t need to force himself passed Rossi. Personally I think once he passed Dovi he should have just cruised.

I’d like to hear from the other riders and their thoughts.
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I use other riders as bumpers all the time during a race, on my playstation.
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