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November 11th, 2017, 03:19 PM   #71
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Mr play it safe was afraid to ride, he packed his suuuitcase when Marc was hired, he tossed his whole damn life, for a groupie wife, all the fish in the hole said, well isn't this nice
Too peurile to offend anyone, even me, besides displaying some confusion with the time line of events.
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That Ducati is looking pretty easy to ride at all the tracks not in Austria. Regardless of what happens tomorrow, the ride of the season has been Dovi, worst bike of the top 5 in points, contending to the very end.



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Pencil him in for the win, it’s the fastest bike afterall. The handy thing about the pencil is it’s not permanent, it can be erased. Marquez’s name will be engraved permanently on the trophy, and all credit to him, he’s an amazing rider for sure. What won’t be engraved on the trophy though will be the miraculous efforts of Dovi. He explained something about riding the Ducati I found very revealing. Compared to the others, it still doesn’t turn. To compensate Dovi has to use more lean angle and this results in more tire wear. Every corner of every track on the calendar Dovi has to put in more effort because he’s at a disadvantage. His one advantage is to get to the exit and open that mighty throttle to unleash the beast.

I can’t believe there are still people who maintain this is an advantage. People actually believe Marquez was the one disadvantaged on the difficult Honda? It was amusing seeing Marquez run up and threaten to kick the Mishitelin front tire after his crash. Thing is he knows exactly why he crashed and just has to dial it down ever so slightly because he’s fastest. Compare that to say Stoners experience of riding a Ducati. A. When he lost the front of the pig he often didn’t know why, it gave no warning. B if he tried to dial it down it wouldn’t work, the bike gave him only one option, ride all out in that tiny window or finish 10th.

But Rossi fixed all that when he developed the Ducati into a Yamaha. Meanwhile Rossi is now busy developing the Yamaha into a pig Ducati. The commentators have an absolute hard on for the mentally destroyed Vinales. They can’t explain why he was able to dominate preseason and the first few races before the switch to tire 070. It’s inconcievable the Yamaha might of actually been developed for the softer tire. Someone needs to explain this to poor old Vinales. You’re championship run was derailed by your teammate after you showed him up. Let’s all welcome Vinales to the toxic environment. Upon reflection it’s amazing how good a rider Lorenzo must of been to have dealt with this year in year out and remained competitive. He might just help the Ducati turn a shade of blue some day, while Yamaha and Vinales are seeing red.
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Pencil him in for the win, itís the fastest bike afterall. The handy thing about the pencil is itís not permanent, it can be erased. Marquezís name will be engraved permanently on the trophy, and all credit to him, heís an amazing rider for sure. What wonít be engraved on the trophy though will be the miraculous efforts of Dovi. He explained something about riding the Ducati I found very revealing. Compared to the others, it still doesnít turn. To compensate Dovi has to use more lean angle and this results in more tire wear. Every corner of every track on the calendar Dovi has to put in more effort because heís at a disadvantage. His one advantage is to get to the exit and open that mighty throttle to unleash the beast.

I canít believe there are still people who maintain this is an advantage. People actually believe Marquez was the one disadvantaged on the difficult Honda? It was amusing seeing Marquez run up and threaten to kick the Mishitelin front tire after his crash. Thing is he knows exactly why he crashed and just has to dial it down ever so slightly because heís fastest. Compare that to say Stoners experience of riding a Ducati. A. When he lost the front of the pig he often didnít know why, it gave no warning. B if he tried to dial it down it wouldnít work, the bike gave him only one option, ride all out in that tiny window or finish 10th.

But Rossi fixed all that when he developed the Ducati into a Yamaha. Meanwhile Rossi is now busy developing the Yamaha into a pig Ducati. The commentators have an absolute hard on for the mentally destroyed Vinales. They canít explain why he was able to dominate preseason and the first few races before the switch to tire 070. Itís inconcievable the Yamaha might of actually been developed for the softer tire. Someone needs to explain this to poor old Vinales. Youíre championship run was derailed by your teammate after you showed him up. Letís all welcome Vinales to the toxic environment. Upon reflection itís amazing how good a rider Lorenzo must of been to have dealt with this year in year out and remained competitive. He might just help the Ducati turn a shade of blue some day, while Yamaha and Vinales are seeing red.
I was actually at the NHRA drag races this weekend and saw this, 10,000hp, aero package, and all the tire grip you'd ever need. Easy to drive too. I'm not sure why they let Honda and Yamaha compete against it, it's a total lopsided contest. Thing practically drives itself too, thanks to superior electronics of course.



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I was actually at the NHRA drag races this weekend and saw this, 10,000hp, aero package, and all the tire grip you'd ever need. Easy to drive too. I'm not sure why they let Honda and Yamaha compete against it, it's a total lopsided contest. Thing practically drives itself too, thanks to superior electronics of course.


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Haha yeah 325 mph made me think of the Ducati. Do drag cars go around any corners? Maybe we can change the Valencia layout so it just goes straight. I would be brave enough to pencil Dovi in for the win in that case.
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Haha yeah 325 mph made me think of the Ducati. Do drag cars go around any corners? Maybe we can change the Valencia layout so it just goes straight. I would be brave enough to pencil Dovi in for the win in that case.
Dovi? He has nothing to do with it.





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Haha yeah 325 mph made me think of the Ducati. Do drag cars go around any corners? Maybe we can change the Valencia layout so it just goes straight. I would be brave enough to pencil Dovi in for the win in that case.
Just put some 3" wings on the side and that shit will turn like Tron
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Just put some 3" wings on the side and that shit will turn like Tron
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Bad for Dovi, he's just behind the biggest crasher in motogp, plus of course Rossi won't help, he's only in it for himself. No we need Pedro to do a 2006 overtake that goes shit and wipes JLo out before he can do the same to MM
Really? I didn't think Cal was in the top ten...
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If anybody is in LA. MotoGP season finale on the big screen.


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