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May 13th, 2018, 07:08 AM   #21
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Edit to add - Any Garry McCoy win
Excellent answer. Also, any Garry McCoy race
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May 13th, 2018, 07:11 AM   #22
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Fair enough. I'll give you guys this round. 9-1




Only way he gets to the front of a motogp grid is with a mic in his hand.
Heís pretty close.
Heís got Rossiís dick in his hand which has gotten Uccio pretty far up
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Best ride I've seen and I was there to witness it. Rossi masterclass Donington Park 2005. The way he gapped the rest in horrendous conditions was truly amazing.
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That video of Kiyonari is one of my favourites, unbelievable control in awful conditions. An absolute mystery of a rider though, he'd win the championship one year and the next he'd struggle to get into the top 10.
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Love that one. Haven't seen that in a while.
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Any race with Stoner at PI. Great of course on the Duc, his slides being total poetry. Tho on the Honda really, from the perspective of being a master of control with the throttle, when he would go through Lukey Heights and hold that fucking INCREDIBLE tight line like he was glued to the join between the rumble strip and the racing surface. Not as dramatic as the slides - but mind-blowing accuracy.
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Best ride I've seen and I was there to witness it. Rossi masterclass Donington Park 2005. The way he gapped the rest in horrendous conditions was truly amazing.
Credit where credit is due, Rossi never being all that concerned with quali - used to scythe through the field very clean, and reel in front three riders and was truly impressive.
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Credit where credit is due, Rossi never being all that concerned with quali - used to scythe through the field very clean, and reel in front three riders and was truly impressive.
The 'moments' he had in that race should have made him back off but maybe seeing him having them made all the others slow down.
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Hey Dip Shit, when I said you have a lot of reading to do & videos to watch to catch up. Picking a video with goat boy on the best bike in the world at the time, with a pair of Saturday night specials. It is simply not going to impress us old timers. Yeah we know about the penalty he got in that race & the gap at the end of the race. But best bike in the world with a pair of Saturday night specials. Marques ride in Argentina was more impressive! Spec tires, spec ECU and a heck more talented riders to compete against. It was your god not conceding the racing line and fucking up that race. Dumbass.....
No Saturday Night Specials n the fly always , Euro rounds only.
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Hey Dip Shit, when I said you have a lot of reading to do & videos to watch to catch up. Picking a video with goat boy on the best bike in the world at the time, with a pair of Saturday night specials. It is simply not going to impress us old timers. Yeah we know about the penalty he got in that race & the gap at the end of the race. But best bike in the world with a pair of Saturday night specials. Marques ride in Argentina was more impressive! Spec tires, spec ECU and a heck more talented riders to compete against. It was your god not conceding the racing line and fucking up that race. Dumbass.....
No SNS at Phillip Island. Logistically impossible.
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