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September 22nd, 2011, 01:43 PM   #41
 
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I'm not a fan of the guy, but I don't want him dead either...


Of course no one is a fan anymore, it's a crime that the powerslide Gestapo can shoot on sight for...



I hope they find some traction soon because although some are loving it, (squiggle comes to mind) the position is not indicative of rossi's talent and I believe the sport is better with Rossi competing on a bike he is comfortable with.
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September 22nd, 2011, 02:13 PM   #42
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I reckon he's off to WSBK with the new Ducati Pendejo, or whatever it's called.......
Well done sir.



Btw, fuck plumbers in white vans!
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Of course no one is a fan anymore, it's a crime that the powerslide Gestapo can shoot on sight for...



I hope they find some traction soon because although some are loving it, (squiggle comes to mind) the position is not indicative of rossi's talent and I believe the sport is better with Rossi competing on a bike he is comfortable with.


What about the rest? Don't they merit any consideration? Hayden, Depuniet, Capirossi, Barbi, and Abraham (and the invisible poor fucks who came before them).
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What about the rest? Don't they merit any consideration? Hayden, Depuniet, Capirossi, Barbi, and Abraham (and the invisible poor fucks who came before them).




Hear Hear! All of these guys would be better of on a CRT bike than the heap of shit Ducati - actually most would go better on a postie bike. All of those guys (Abraham is a little unproven) can produce the good on the right bike on a good day, not a championship (except Hayden) but good racing.
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What about the rest? Don't they merit any consideration? Hayden, Depuniet, Capirossi, Barbi, and Abraham (and the invisible poor fucks who came before them).


Fair point. You have consistently said this.
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September 23rd, 2011, 10:34 AM   #46
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What we're really missing is a good interview with Burgess to get his opinion on the problems with the GP11 after working with it for a good period.



EDIT: Kropotkin, would this be possible?
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JB wants to be where he should be with an Aussie and that is Casey Stone!!!
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