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April 13th, 2018, 01:00 PM   #11
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Deliberately went wide?
Nothing to do with getting punted then?
Jeez.
That was Rossi's decision, he tried to shut a door that was like a cavern entrypoint.
IMO it is Rossi's fault, pure and simple.
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Vr didnít get punted. He chose not to stand the bike up when Marc came by. Instead he leaned back in, with his front wheel nowhere near past Marcís bike. He punted himself.
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April 13th, 2018, 01:06 PM   #13
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The other instances were just racing incidents also. If you bring those in then Petrux and Zarco need hauling in too.
One video angle I saw of him with Asparagus looked like he purposely put his fairing under the Aprillia tail section and 'stood him up'.

From my understanding of bike racing that's the international signal for 'Get The Fuck Outaa My Way, Backmarker'
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That was Rossi's decision, he tried to shut a door that was like a cavern entrypoint.
IMO it is Rossi's fault, pure and simple.
Sure.
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April 13th, 2018, 01:33 PM   #15
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Vr didnít get punted. He chose not to stand the bike up when Marc came by. Instead he leaned back in, with his front wheel nowhere near past Marcís bike. He punted himself.
Can I have some of your drugs please. Or maybe not, that's some scary stuff you're on.
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April 13th, 2018, 02:36 PM   #16
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Can I have some of your drugs please. Or maybe not, that's some scary stuff you're on.
How do you explain rossis line change then?

rossi goes wide Marc. Goes in ....... then ......

Marc attracts rossi to his bike?

There was a lot happened between Marquez catching rossi and rossi coming of ..... try breaking it down in segments. Though I suspect it wont fit the outcome you want.
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How do you explain rossis line change then?

rossi goes wide Marc. Goes in ....... then ......

Marc attracts rossi to his bike?

There was a lot happened between Marquez catching rossi and rossi coming of ..... try breaking it down in segments. Though I suspect it wont fit the outcome you want.
How do you explain 93 using 46 as a brake? Do you know what outcome I want lol.
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Even MM accepted that he was at fault. Some here are more Catholic than the Pope.
Religion? Rossi must be Moses. As usual, boppers focus on the minute details, never the big picture. Who was the dude that actually asked God what we all wanted to know, whereís the fucking proof dammit? And He responded, bout time, now burn (Bush).

Itís not Rossiís fault that Marquez is dangerous you say? Brilliant. We all know what the problem is here, what we need is the solution. Hey I got a great idea, letís have a licence points system. The riders 10 commandments will apply. Too many bad moves, license disqualified. Fantastic, why not, clean up the sport. Not going to happen.

Tune in for the next episode of death race, were they will activate the weapons to the machines. I can hardly wait. This is entertainment folks!
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How do you explain 93 using 46 as a brake? Do you know what outcome I want lol.
Easily explained ..... rossi changed line into Marc. ( see the video. Its undeniable ). Then ask yourself why you have a need to not see reality .
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Even MM accepted that he was at fault. Some here are more Catholic than the Pope.
I saw that he blamed the track .....

I put it to you that you can watch the video .... post race ( not in the heat of the moment, and with the yellow fog lifted ) ... and in a considered manner and decide for yourself.
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