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November 23rd, 2017, 09:45 AM   #1
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Suppo on Valencia 2015!

Valencia 2015. "Márquez y Pedrosa hicieron su carrera. Nunca le pregunté a Marc. Lo que hizo sólo lo sabe él. Hiciera lo que hiciera, lo hizo razonado. Es entendible lo que hizo".

"Marquez and Pedrosa rode their race. I never asked Marc. What he did, only he can know. Whatever he did, he did it for a reason. One can understand what he did."

MotoGP: Suppo, liberado, atiza a Lorenzo y hace confesiones sobre Márquez | Marca.com

Well, this should get the flames burning again.
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Valencia 2015. "Márquez y Pedrosa hicieron su carrera. Nunca le pregunté a Marc. Lo que hizo sólo lo sabe él. Hiciera lo que hiciera, lo hizo razonado. Es entendible lo que hizo".

"Marquez and Pedrosa rode their race. I never asked Marc. What he did, only he can know. Whatever he did, he did it for a reason. One can understand what he did."

MotoGP: Suppo, liberado, atiza a Lorenzo y hace confesiones sobre Márquez | Marca.com

Well, this should get the flames burning again.
Get the fires burning again? This is like throwing a match at a forest fire.

Why did Marc do what he did? It all started here imo,


and then this,


What you see here is one rider battling hard and another rider with total disregard for the other.
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November 23rd, 2017, 12:18 PM   #3
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What you see here is one rider battling hard and another rider with total disregard for the other.
The more I look at that incident in Malaysia in 2015 the more I am convinced that Rossi was the weak minded fool to Marquez's inciter. I feel now that Marquez was deliberately baiting Rossi to do something and seeing as Rossi's brain is dictated to by the illiterate Uccio he did it. (look at Uccio clapping in the team pits)
I also wonder that if say they hadn't had that on track war and Rossi had caught Lorenzo, would he have done the same? For one thing all Rossi had to do was come in in 4th place then attempt to be on the 1st 2 rows at Valencia, where given that he would still be in front of Lorenzo, all he had to do was take him out at the 1st bend (ie do a Schumacher/Prost/Senna). But then I somehow don't think he's the brain to process that.
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Valencia 2015. "Márquez y Pedrosa hicieron su carrera. Nunca le pregunté a Marc. Lo que hizo sólo lo sabe él. Hiciera lo que hiciera, lo hizo razonado. Es entendible lo que hizo".

"Marquez and Pedrosa rode their race. I never asked Marc. What he did, only he can know. Whatever he did, he did it for a reason. One can understand what he did."

MotoGP: Suppo, liberado, atiza a Lorenzo y hace confesiones sobre Márquez | Marca.com

Well, this should get the flames burning again.


Like moths to a flame they shall come.
Bravo!
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Like moths to a flame they shall come.
Bravo!
What is really amusing, and evidence for your complete unfamiliarity with the concept of irony, is the post where you felt the need to inform us that you were trolling.
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The more I look at that incident in Malaysia in 2015 the more I am convinced that Rossi was the weak minded fool to Marquez's inciter. I feel now that Marquez was deliberately baiting Rossi to do something and seeing as Rossi's brain is dictated to by the illiterate Uccio he did it. (look at Uccio clapping in the team pits)
I also wonder that if say they hadn't had that on track war and Rossi had caught Lorenzo, would he have done the same? For one thing all Rossi had to do was come in in 4th place then attempt to be on the 1st 2 rows at Valencia, where given that he would still be in front of Lorenzo, all he had to do was take him out at the 1st bend (ie do a Schumacher/Prost/Senna). But then I somehow don't think he's the brain to process that.
Yes, Marquez put no hard moves on any contender at either PI 2015 or at Valencia 2015, but undoubtedly did put hard but legal moves on a contender at Sepang 2015. Perhaps he just randomly varies how hard he races.
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I've always thought Rossi took Marq out on purpose in that Argentina race. Knew his front tire was there, flipped his bike over to take him out. And I have no problem with it. Marquez rammed him on purpose.

They were playing a very rough game that day and Valentino knew a few more tricks.
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And at Assen, Rossi knew Marquez would go inside and was waiting for the slightest bump so he could run straight across. Bullshit move but whatya going to do.
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I've always thought Rossi took Marq out on purpose in that Argentina race. Knew his front tire was there, flipped his bike over to take him out. And I have no problem with it. Marquez rammed him on purpose.

They were playing a very rough game that day and Valentino knew a few more tricks.
Marquez was stupid anyway, Rossi had caught him up by 4 seconds and made a fairly easy pass on him, not accepting that he /his bike had limitations in early season 2015 is why he eventually put himself out of the running to have 5 rather than 4 premier class titles now.
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That incident at Assen was bullshit, he just blatantly cut the corner.
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