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April 14th, 2018, 02:56 AM   #41
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Rossi never changed his line until Marquez made contact.
Rubbish. Dont just watch the video that shows from the contact ( which is what all the boppers are using ). Watch the lead into the corner video. Whether its his normal line or not rossi goes so wide it looks like an invite to go through. Then bam he hits Marc. In the side.

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April 14th, 2018, 03:00 AM   #42
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Rubbish.
Either you're trolling and you've been watching racing while being very ignorant to what you're actually looking at. The standard racing line has a wide entry, hit the apex, then accelerate out to the edge of the track. That effectively gives you the widest radius for the corner. What you seem to have expected from Rossi was for him to enter wide, completely blow the apex and stay wide, hit the brakes to not fly off track, then get back on the throttle.
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Either you're trolling and you've been watching racing while being very ignorant to what you're actually looking at. The standard racing line has a wide entry, hit the apex, then accelerate out to the edge of the track. That effectively gives you the widest radius for the corner. What you seem to have expected from Rossi was for him to enter wide, completely blow the apex and stay wide, hit the brakes to not fly off track, then get back on the throttle.
Its ok ... you want to stay ignorant .... you go for it.
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Either you're trolling and you've been watching racing while being very ignorant to what you're actually looking at. The standard racing line has a wide entry, hit the apex, then accelerate out to the edge of the track. That effectively gives you the widest radius for the corner. What you seem to have expected from Rossi was for him to enter wide, completely blow the apex and stay wide, hit the brakes to not fly off track, then get back on the throttle.
Yes, anyone who disagrees with your obviously always correct interpretation of events must be trolling. And you wonder why you are counted as a member of a quasi-religious cult.

The problem is not any interpretation of this particular incident, but that Rossi, you and other Rossi fans including Schwantz have argued the diametric opposite when the circumstances were reversed, including on one occasion when Rossi admitted to having deliberately ridden illegally.
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Yes, anyone who disagrees with your obviously always correct interpretation of events must be trolling. And you wonder why you are counted as a member of a quasi-religious cult.

The problem is not any interpretation of this particular incident, but that Rossi, you and other Rossi fans including Schwantz have argued the diametric opposite when the circumstances were reversed, including on one occasion when Rossi admitted to having deliberately ridden illegally.
You need professional help to get you out of the year 2015. You've missed 3 years of life.
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At about 7 seconds when rossi starts moving outward fast ..... thatd be my signal to go for it.
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You need professional help to get you out of the year 2015. You've missed 3 years of life.
Nothing so mundane as an actual argument from you, comme d’habitude.

Even if by some freak chance you were actually correct, I would still be well in advance of you, given you seem to think it is still 2009, or more to the point 2002 when Valentino was “racing” Max et al on a Honda 990.

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So you can’t even manage argumentum ad hominem yourself these days Daniboy, and are reduced to agreeing with same.
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So you canít even manage argumentum ad hominem yourself these days Daniboy, and are reduced to agreeing with same.
Can't be arsed, arguing with such jaded people is like trying to sell ice to Eskimos. I shall give my support to the good guys tho.
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