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September 13th, 2016, 05:15 PM   #571
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September 13th, 2016, 05:49 PM   #572
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Wonder who held Fenati whilst the other one tried to punch him?
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I bet all Fenati really did was refuse Uccio's advances and got sacked for not bending over to allow Uccio the chance to not be a bottom for the first time in his life.
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If Mishitlin continues their peculiar tire development scheme, Ducati will be fucked. Their "updated" tire proved to be disastrous for Ducati at Misano. Their top rider finished a lowly 6th, the last 7 positions were occupied by 5 Ducatis. Needless to say, Lorenzo is fucked, given on a Yamaha he couldn't keep pace with his generally slower teammate who is being artificially propped up by tires that suit him. We'll of course chalk it up to Ducati's perennial lack of competitiveness, Michelin will get a pass. With the winglets now banned for next year, Ducati is stupid to continue to compete in a championship decidedly detrimental to their plight.

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Context 'Knockers, context.
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Context 'Knockers, context.
Any particular type of knockers?



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Rossi now saying he won't allow Lorenzo to call him a dirty rider. Now I'm not as well versed in all things GP like some guys here but I don't know anyone dirtier, I certainly don't know of anyone who did a move like Sepang in the premier class. He also kicked Capirossi once, then there's other dirty moves that he has used during his career as well.
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Rossi now saying he won't allow Lorenzo to call him a dirty rider. Now I'm not as well versed in all things GP like some guys here but I don't know anyone dirtier, I certainly don't know of anyone who did a move like Sepang in the premier class. He also kicked Capirossi once, then there's other dirty moves that he has used during his career as well.
I don't think Rossi is a dirty rider compared with most, but consider the Gibernau last corner Jerez 2005 pass and particularly the Sepang 2015 take-out to be dirty by any standards.


Perhaps Valentino has a point in logic though, and Jorge should describe him by a more defining term, in which case he should call him either a prima donna or someone who has serially mobilised his fans as a weapon against his rivals.

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