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May 22nd, 2017, 01:47 PM   #31
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I wonder how Rossi feels now.. Lost his best friend (Marco) and now his 2 time team mate/very close friend..
No offense, but who the fuck cares what Rossi feels. Why anyone needs to bring him up now is ridiculous considering this tragedy HAS NOTHING TO FUCKING DO WITH HIM.

I wonder how Nicky's family feels as those are the people who matter most right now.
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May 22nd, 2017, 02:05 PM   #32
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Gonna be a bit blunt so apologies up front if any if this offends but fuck it.

Life is sometimes so fucking unfair, when it takes the good way to early well before their time is due.

Nicky may not have been in class of many riders on ability or results, but on sheer guts, will, determination and attitude he is well up there in that he never gave up despite the adversity he faced throughout his racing career.

But, best and perhaps most telling of all is that I have never heard or read a bad word about Nicky and all of the people I know who have met him will be shedding tears today as they all said that a nicer guy you will not meet.

The world today is a poorer place for your passing and well, again it fucking sucks that we will no longer get enjoyment from willing on Nicky no matter where he may be in the race.

To his family, you have my best wishes and thoughts and to his many friends and fans on this forum, thoughts also with you all at this time but always know, that he may be gone but Nicky will be with us for a long time yet, as that friendliness and 'good guy' charm is not easily forgotten.

Godspeed.
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May 22nd, 2017, 02:26 PM   #33
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Absolutely gutted for his loss, his poor family must be devastated.
Farewell to the true "people's champion".
If Dorna have any decency, they'll go back to Laguna next year and rename the track in his honour.
Seeing him fly around Laguna was a thing of beauty....
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May 22nd, 2017, 02:34 PM   #34
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Very sad day indeed, great loss.

Not sure to describe it, but it just seems to hurt more than if it had been a racing accident. It just does not seem right or fair.

Poor family and friends.
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Awful. Just awful
Rest In Peace, NH
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Very sad day indeed, great loss.

Not sure to describe it, but it just seems to hurt more than if it had been a racing accident. It just does not seem right or fair.

Poor family and friends.
I agree, we hold our breath for 45 minutes every other week till every rider crosses the finish line safely. Theyput their life on the line in 200 mph duals with death just waiting for the slightest mistake. To see a rider go out on a freakin bicicle is in some ways cruel. I watched Nick grow up , he gave me many happy memories on Hayden Hill as a bunch of drunken grown men celebrated every win. Thanks for everything Champ, and for Rose and Earl, hopefully you can find solace in knowing your boy was a good person and loved worldwide
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May 22nd, 2017, 03:25 PM   #37
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May 22nd, 2017, 03:37 PM   #38
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Gone but not forgotten. A man who set an example to us all. Who brought joy to millions not just in the way he went about his job, but the way he went about his business. A class act, truly.

Rest in peace Kid.

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Damn.

R.I.P. Nicky.

Peace and love to all.
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Just bloody tragic - RIP Nicky
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