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June 1st, 2005, 02:05 PM   #1
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The spring break is finally over and the teams are arriving in Mugello as we speak so... who ya got? As I always say its hard to pick against Rossi so he has to be there. Melandri is riding well and had success there on a 250 so I'm picking him. Rumor has it the Repsol boys have some new trick parts from Japan so I'm picking Biaggi and Hayden to have a good showing. Finally Tamada returns, if he is healthy I think he will go well, he loves the track a had a sure podium in '04 if his Bridgestones didn't fail him.
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as u all know i love vale but its gunna b hard for him with all the speed bikes out there, he does normally find a way 2 win, so and finally sete to clinch 1st win of season but i hope im wrong
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unless somebody lock's rossi in the toilet and hide's the key, i cannot see past Vale,i think Malandri could pull something outa the bag and yes you have to say Sete will be up there to,it will deffinatley be a tough one to call !
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June 2nd, 2005, 12:55 AM   #4
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Jesus its been ages since the last race...............think I have gone cold turkey

OK, lets go with:

Mr Hayden
Mr Rossi
Mr Giberwotsits

Its time for Hayden to shine!

Lets hope Nakano doesnt have the same accident as last year think it was here?)....the pit straight one, nasty.

Roll on Sunday
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June 2nd, 2005, 02:19 AM   #5
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The Italians will be strong as always.

Hmmm Nakano could run well here...

Rossi looks favourite....Gibbers could have a good race unless the Demons strike again..

Would like to see Hayden do well Just to give him and the team a much needed boost..

Edwards could be there again after the last performance of run up front..


Its a toughie but heres to an exciting one.


250cc Dovi stands a good chance as does Stoner but Danny could pull this one out of the bag....

Can't wait ...............Drools
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June 2nd, 2005, 06:37 AM   #6
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I'm lovin' the enthusiasm for Nicky at this round, he loves the track and goes well there so lets hope you all are right. I think Pedrosa will go very well this weekend, I don't think Stoner or Dovi will have anything for him but my 250 knowledge isn't as sharp as it should be. PS I will be at the Road America round of the AMA Superbike Series this weekend so I won't be posting until Sunday night so everyone enjoy the races and if you get a chance check out the AMA races, it really is an impressive track. Also, if by some chance Nicky pulls off his first win this weekend while I am gone I might cry.
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June 3rd, 2005, 02:02 AM   #7
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<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE (Ooost69 @ Jun 2 2005, 01:37 PM)<div class='quotemain'>if by some chance Nicky pulls off his first win this weekend while I am gone I might cry.
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Would like to see any Italian win really. Capirossi 1st choice as Ducati need a win, but Yes to please Ooost and the Repsol team, id love to see Nicky win- He REALLY needs it.
Hold on!! ive just contradicted myself by saying 'any italian to win' then choosing Hayden over Biaggi!! Oh well fk it. The Yanks need some wins,
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Its 11:10GMT and ive just been on MGP.com

First morning practice is over with "guess who" at the top of the timesheets.

Is there any point in the other riders turning up? lol

Biaggi 2nd.

Rossi= 1min 50.7
Biaggi= 1min 50.8

No other riders in the 1min 50's. i know we still have today and 2moro to go but how good would it be to see a showdown between the old rivals the Doctor and the Emporer ??

Shit the italians are gunna love that....
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<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE (RallyeRon @ Jun 3 2005, 10:19 AM)<div class='quotemain'>Its 11:10GMT and ive just been on MGP.com

First morning practice is over with "guess who" at the top of the timesheets.

Is there any point in the other riders turning up? lol

Biaggi 2nd.

Rossi= 1min 50.7
Biaggi= 1min 50.8

No other riders in the 1min 50's. i know we still have today and 2moro to go but how good would it be to see a showdown between the old rivals the Doctor and the Emporer ??

Shit the italians are gunna love that....
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With Gibbers in 3rd...

On the 250 Porto seems to have the upper hand right now..

That guy needs results quickly due to his poor start of the season.

250cc FP1


Nice to see Chaz hanging in there also
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June 3rd, 2005, 07:27 AM   #10
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Gibbers on top of QP1. How about QP1 in 250s, Stoner on top again. The kid is really flying, could he have something for Pedrosa and Dovi for the entire season?
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