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September 16th, 2013, 07:24 AM   #31
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Looks like Yamahas seamless gearbox has hindered some of the "show" as now Rossi doesn't have to fight for 4th with the satellite bikes, he can just tootle around 15 seconds off the pace.





Wasn't there talk that if he could start better he would be able to fight for podiums more regularly, I was disappointed when this wasn't the case yesterday at a track he has won at twice before.







True, at least last year he got a podium on the Ducati which was supposed to be a rubbish bike
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so are we gonna talk about the test?


mrs. emmett is pissing me off , totally overdoes this hang off/leg dangling bullshit






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I'm. not sure whether it's. ths quantity of beer I've imbibed, but I want Vale to do well here...

It's the beer. I can tell by the deterioration of your usually impeccable spelling.
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notable: Pedrosa did a pass on MM at last, Crutchlow seems to develop similar to Dovi last year after signing for the reds, Bautista insignificant compared to the last races.

Pedrosa's pass seemed pretty half-hearted. You just knew it wasn't going to last long.
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My race take: Congrats Lorenzo, wining by determination. Marquez, smart, in championship mode, evidenced by his "tip toeing" around Pedro. (And said as much in his post race interview). Pedro, overrated, but will continue fooling peeps. VR, finishing where a world class rider on a top 4 machine would finish. Bradl complimented by Cal's physical condition resulting from his UFC Silverstone. Bautista, thanks for not killing anybody this weekend, you had your opportunities and exercised self-control. Espargaro, reminded me of the time Ant West led a race on the Kwaker, then was told to pull in for a grid spot brain fade. Ducati, best in class if the competition was destroying careers. Edwards, please retire sir. Karl Hopkins, please take a break kid.





My highlight of the weekend was in Moto2. Nakagami's tribute to Tomizawa, total class.






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mrs. emmett is pissing me off , totally overdoes this hang off/leg dangling bullshit










Anyway, I have my own questions. Who is this dude?





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Looks like Yamahas seamless gearbox has hindered some of the "show" as now Rossi doesn't have to fight for 4th with the satellite bikes, he can just tootle around 15 seconds off the pace.





Wasn't there talk that if he could start better he would be able to fight for podiums more regularly, I was disappointed when this wasn't the case yesterday at a track he has won at twice before.

Well the only hope J-Lo has of winning the championship (unless Marky mark breaks something) is if another rider can stop MM coming in second. Pedrosa's not going to do it. Rossi has to. I was a bit surprised how far off the pace he was yesterday given that he had decent pace in all the FP/WUPs (if memory serves)
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Well the only hope J-Lo has of winning the championship (unless Marky mark breaks something) is if another rider can stop MM coming in second. Pedrosa's not going to do it. Rossi has to. I was a bit surprised how far off the pace he was yesterday given that he had decent pace in all the FP/WUPs (if memory serves)

Yup, and that's why my beer sodden post (Kesh picked it...Didn't notice how unco my typing was) was in support of VR. Just to see someone else mix it up...
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I'm guessing everyone has seen this photo. Apparently he saved it some bloody how (perhaps Ezpeleta intervened). So remember kids, just when you think you've lost the front - it ain't over till it's over.






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Sloth...."It's all in the reflexes"....that and some strong elbows
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I'm guessing everyone has seen this photo. Apparently he saved it some bloody how (perhaps Ezpeleta intervened). So remember kids, just when you think you've lost the front - it ain't over till it's over.






Completely unbelievable. No doubt the boy is good. I might have to become a fan myself if he learns to refrain from taking out backmarkers and/or marshalls during practice.
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