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April 12th, 2012, 01:29 AM   #1
 
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High risky Marquez stole his line by breaking slightly later, he left him no room, it would have ended being a complete disaster had Lüthi not taken precaution by completely gong off track, he’s a true gentleman of the sport and Marquez should have been penalized in my view.



All rider must apply "due diligence" when competing, be aware and ride less dangerously. Not sure if this is in their code of conduct, if not it should be. Marquez went all in without a care in the world. Trying to win at all cost in these situations could end lives.
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April 12th, 2012, 01:40 AM   #2
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agreed, that was a very dirty move but hey, as long as you're called "the next alien" it appears you can do whatever you want.its not that marquez is really that much better than other riders, he just stoops to a lower level if needed
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April 12th, 2012, 01:48 AM   #3
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Fuck kids we have a whole room for Moto2 - post there!!



Many people do not get the luxury of seeing all classes live and they would appreciate your posting in the proper forum.



Dumb asses!
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Indeed, to make matters worse, he didn't even apologies, all he said was he didn't see him, its messed up how bad riding gets rewarded.
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April 12th, 2012, 01:50 AM   #5
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MOTO2 thread, not motogp... get it?
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dude,calm down. he didn't even post a spoiler
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MOTO2 thread, not motogp... get it?
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did you just manage to sandwich my post with a double?
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What the fuck is the point of Ben and the mods setting up forums? We went over this a year ago when Ben re-did the forum and this was the choice of all involved. Not that difficult - you manage to understand the difference between SBK and MotoGP...
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Yes I did - arm pump!!!
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