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March 31st, 2019, 06:52 PM   #441
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Starting 2nd, fighting mid field. Staring at pole in qatar, fighting mid field again. He sucks. Shouldnt even be in motogp.
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April 1st, 2019, 05:40 AM   #442
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Vinales really should be further ahead... if he was riding anywhere near his potential he wouldn't have had Morbidelli up his ass.
I expect he would be as well, but with that other bloke in the garage who is toss pots (Jarvis) favourite, I'd wonder if its all above board.
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April 2nd, 2019, 12:38 PM   #443
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Mav has totally fried his own mind. I rate him, but he's a bit of a headcase. He should consider returning to Suzuki.

I recall that Mav had loudly proclaimed during preseason that Yamaha had fixed the issues. Rossi said that he hopes Mav was right, but disagreed.

Rossi was right.
He should have never left Suzuki. I know the lime light of being on the Yamaha lured him that way, but there's something to be said of loyalty. Especially when you're on a bike that you've won on, you know they're still processing forward.

Where as the Yamaha was the best bike, there's no where to go but down when you're on top.
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April 2nd, 2019, 04:14 PM   #444
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He should have never left Suzuki.
Agreed.
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April 3rd, 2019, 03:50 AM   #445
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He should have never left Suzuki. I know the lime light of being on the Yamaha lured him that way, but there's something to be said of loyalty. Especially when you're on a bike that you've won on, you know they're still processing forward.

Where as the Yamaha was the best bike, there's no where to go but down when you're on top.
If he'd never left Suzuki, he'd still have a built-in excuse for not winning.
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