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November 16th, 2017, 07:17 AM   #11
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Surely the riders and factories are pushing for some consistency in tyre construction and design rather than a completely different tyre like they started 2017 with.
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November 16th, 2017, 07:21 AM   #12
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It's looking ominous for HRC and Marquez so far. It's early days but if Marquez gets a bike that he doesn't have to override to get consistent results like he has in the past two years it could be a dominant 2018 for him.
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November 16th, 2017, 02:06 PM   #13
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I know its only been one test but the scenarios for next year are great. If all the riders preform to their possible high expectations we are going to have a lot of drama and a crazy signing period next year. Start with yamaha. If Zarco out preforms the factory yamaha's one of them will be out of a seat. Obviously not Rossi so they will have to chose between Rossi, Mav, and Zarco. I don't see them letting Zarco go and Zarco seems smart and would want to stay on the yamaha. Now what if JLo wants to come back after next year? Lets say he preforms on par with Dovi and Jack. Who do you keep? You don't keep the over paid rider when he is being paid to win titles. So JLo must handle Dovi and Jack to keep his seat. Thats if he wants it. Ok now what if Morbidelli is as good as advertised? That will be the guy Rossi will do all in his power to get as a teammate. He is the first from the VR46 farm to make it this far. Its his protege. So I see Mav being out for sure next year.
Morbidelli left the vr46 team, I wonder why? Its well known Morbidelli does not obey team orders, that will rub up the slug Uccio something rotten, per se rossi as well.
Personally I'd love him to tell Rossi to stick his dick up his own arse. But then I expect its tiny so he can't.
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He didn’t leave the VR46 academy. He went into Moto2 when there was no VR46 Moto2 team. He is still part of the academy and trains with the rest of the guys at the ranch.

Can you be a little less dense so that people could have intelligent discussions with you?
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Miller is very interesting. Perhaps I underestimated his ability,
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He didnít leave the VR46 academy. He went into Moto2 when there was no VR46 Moto2 team. He is still part of the academy and trains with the rest of the guys at the ranch.

Can you be a little less dense so that people could have intelligent discussions with you?
Can't you make a counter point without being an insulting little cunt?
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Can't you make a counter point without being an insulting little cunt?
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Surely the riders and factories are pushing for some consistency in tyre construction and design rather than a completely different tyre like they started 2017 with.
If you remember, I posted a quote from Goubert saying they were purposely building in inconsistency to enhance the racing. The teams may be looking for something more predictable but Dorna and Michelin are doing the complete opposite for the show.
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Can't you make a counter point without being an insulting little cunt?
No.
Next question.
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