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October 28th, 2015, 06:16 AM   #1
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Marquez: Sepang in past, focus on Valencia

MotoGP News - Marquez: Sepang in past, focus on Valencia

I love one of the comments:

Got my monster energy "The Doctor" version, hoping to get a real good 'kick' out of it.
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The crowd reaction to Rossi will for me will be a point of interest....will Rossi get booed in the same way JLo got treated in Sepang last weekend?

Being that the race is in Spain it could get ugly....
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The press conference on Thursday should be grand. I hope the my sit next to each other... Or at least put JL between them.. Have a little pissed off racer sandwich..
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I hope Rossi apologizes for his actions in Sepang at the Thusday press conference. I still think they're both at fault, but Rossi should apologize.
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I hope Rossi apologizes for his actions in Sepang at the Thusday press conference. I still think they're both at fault, but Rossi should apologize.

I hope VR punches him in the teeth in prime time
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Well thats a constructive contribution to the thread. Bravo Devolution, your mother would be proud....
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I hope VR punches him in the teeth in prime time
MM and VR still have to be able to race each other on the most powerful bikes in the world at over 200 mph. They cannot continue to do that with this huge grudge. They don't have to be friends, but they can't keep blaming each other when things don't go their way. If Marc really did tell his manager that he blames Rossi for Argentina and Assen, he needs to get over that shit... neither of those incidents were Rossi's fault. If Rossi feels Marc was toying with him at PI, he needs to get over it... he should've had a faster pace.

They were always destined to clash because they're too much alike! Both of them are savage competitors on the track and will race anyone to the limit and beyond. Fans adore them because they bring so much excitement to the sport. Lorenzo is fast, but doesn't like to dog fight. Pedrosa is often timid (which is why we were surprised at his Aragon performance). But MM and VR put people on the edge of their seats, no other factory riders (except maybe Iannone) would have fought the way they did for the first 7 laps at Sepang... they had everyone not wanting to blink and forgetting to breathe! F1 race at COTA... what's that???

They have to get to back to a point where they can race each other without everything being so heavily scrutinized. Now if one of them makes an honest mistake that results in taking out the other, the masses will never believe it wasn't done on purpose. I think Rossi is mostly to blame for that because he should've kept his feelings about MM toying with him at PI to himself and his team. If MM still holds a grudge for Argentina and Assen, he was at least holding that grudge behind the scenes and not telling the media.
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I hope Rossi apologizes for his actions in Sepang at the Thusday press conference. I still think they're both at fault, but Rossi should apologize.

If he is going to apologize, it should be in private.
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MM and VR still have to be able to race each other on the most powerful bikes in the world at over 200 mph. They cannot continue to do that with this huge grudge. They don't have to be friends, but they can't keep blaming each other when things don't go their way. If Marc really did tell his manager that he blames Rossi for Argentina and Assen, he needs to get over that shit... neither of those incidents were Rossi's fault. If Rossi feels Marc was toying with him at PI, he needs to get over it... he should've had a faster pace.

They were always destined to clash because they're too much alike! Both of them are savage competitors on the track and will race anyone to the limit and beyond. Fans adore them because they bring so much excitement to the sport. Lorenzo is fast, but doesn't like to dog fight. Pedrosa is often timid (which is why we were surprised at his Aragon performance). But MM and VR put people on the edge of their seats, no other factory riders (except maybe Iannone) would have fought they way they did for the first 7 laps at Sepang... they had everyone not wanting to blink and forgetting to breathe! F1 race at COTA... what's that???

They have to get to back to a point where they can race each other without every thing being so heavily scrutinized. Now if one of them makes an honest mistake that results in taking out the other, the masses will never believe it wasn't done on purpose. I think Rossi is to mostly to blame for that because he should've kept his feelings about MM toying with him at PI to himself and his team. If MM still holds a grudge for Argentina and Assen, he was at least holding that grudge behind the scenes and not telling the media.
Wow, Moto, you are actually coming round and beginning to talk sense. Good post.
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You are a pesa turd!
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