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August 4th, 2017, 05:11 AM   #51
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For those not watching FP2, Ducati unveiled Lorenzos bike:

Looks dangerous. Surely those protrusions could put an eye out or even worse drop a lap time.
Dorna must ban them immediately
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i love looking at online reviews when i look for new places to eat

but its something that reviews can make or break a business..might be an owners worst nightmare getting bad reviews that can affect their livelihood, what a shame
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Yamaha certainly dropped the ball with this years m1, team Herve is wiping the floor with them!
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i love looking at online reviews when i look for new places to eat

but its something that reviews can make or break a business..might be an owners worst nightmare getting bad reviews that can affect their livelihood, what a shame
So now your threatening to give my old business a bad review . Thats your big plan?

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For those not watching FP2, Ducati unveiled Lorenzos bike:

They got this by the scrutineers by saying they're not wings. They're groin ventilators.
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August 4th, 2017, 02:45 PM   #56
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For those not watching FP2, Ducati unveiled Lorenzos bike:
What the heck is wrong with you? This is actually on topic.
I am STILL holding my breath for him to turn his corner. I haven't given up, yet.
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Yamaha certainly dropped the ball with this years m1, team Herve is wiping the floor with them!
Partly. I really think these guys are part of the new Moto2 generation, like Marquez, that are much better prepared to race the big bikes. I thought Redding would do better because of his Moto2 style, but I guess everyone isn't an automatic A grade going to the big show.

Damn Dovi is trying really hard to become a damn contender, even though Rossi doesn't think so. The guy is pissing me off, by ruining my contention that he isn't a contender.

I was really excited to see the "enthusiasm" with the first session after the long break and the poor weather. It looks like the second half will be good, IF no one gets hurt and the crashing is kept to a minimum.
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Yamaha have messed up this year. Did they miss Lorenzo's input to the new bike (I ask this sincerely and not maliciously) or was Rossi so preoccupied with beating Lorenzo last year, that he didn't do enough on the development of the new bike?
Whichever it seems this bike is definitely not up to their usual high standards, especially in the handling stakes.
Hope they sort it quickly or Marquez will be away with another world title in his pocket...
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Yamaha have messed up this year. Did they miss Lorenzo's input to the new bike (I ask this sincerely and not maliciously) or was Rossi so preoccupied with beating Lorenzo last year, that he didn't do enough on the development of the new bike?
Whichever it seems this bike is definitely not up to their usual high standards, especially in the handling stakes.
Hope they sort it quickly or Marquez will be away with another world title in his pocket...
The honda is far from sorted this year as well putting the non-contending ducati in contention.
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#satire lost on the way to Oz




To be fair Dani, us Aussies have had a lot more of Boris than have many of the overseas places, although the 'Dear Jorge' column that he writes has increased awareness of him (which is quite disturbing as his ego was large enough before Dear Jorge took off).

The guy is as others have described, a wannabee bad guy who really is one of the biggest dipshits going around.



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Looks dangerous. Surely those protrusions could put an eye out or even worse drop a lap time.
Dorna must ban them immediately
Don't worry JKD.

It is a Ducati which means that any and all positive changes must and will be outlawed forth with.

Now, if HRC or Yamaha had this, the world would be forces to accept it
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To be fair Dani, us Aussies have had a lot more of Boris than have many of the overseas places, although the 'Dear Jorge' column that he writes has increased awareness of him (which is quite disturbing as his ego was large enough before Dear Jorge took off).

The guy is as others have described, a wannabee bad guy who really is one of the biggest dipshits going around.





Don't worry JKD.

It is a Ducati which means that any and all positive changes must and will be outlawed forth with.

Now, if HRC or Yamaha had this, the world would be forces to accept it
The forces not with Ducati.
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