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May 27th, 2018, 03:40 AM   #81
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Marquez doesn't eat his cereal without Dadmom Julia and Uncle Emilio spoonfeeding him.

Try again.
Marquez doesn't live at home, so obviously this is not true.
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May 27th, 2018, 05:45 PM   #82
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Its time Yamaha said fuck off to the idiot. Or if they won't let the mechanics take him out back and whack him with a big tuning fork.
Jarvis is just a figurehead...Uccio is the main man at Yamaha...he is the super organiser...i have noticed lately he always has a tissue tucked in his front right pocket to hand to Rossi when he sits down..
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Jarvis is just a figurehead...Uccio is the main man at Yamaha...he is the super organiser...i have noticed lately he always has a tissue tucked in his front right pocket to hand to Rossi when he sits down..
I think you're pulling my leg there, I can't see that Yamaha bosses would allow such an imbecile to run a team.
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May 28th, 2018, 10:35 AM   #84
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It really doesn't matter - MM will win everything.
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Was Marquez's ride through penalty a result of RD/marshals not following their own rules?


Yes. Kropo asked this question repeatedly; unfortunately he asked Marc rather than the actual people in charge of enforcing the rules.
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I am not sure if I missed the thread, if it went under your radar or if you simply made selective information picking but 2 things

1) its all over the media’s in Spain that Márquez is called a traitor as he has officially blocked the access to HRC for Lorenzo, justification is that 2 strong leaders in the same Team is not good for the bike developments

Source https://www.diariogol.com/motor/marc...58131_102.html

2) Marc VDS moto2 and MotoGP truck have not arrived in Mugello

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It really doesn't matter - MM will win everything.
Jorge was the only one who so far has stopped MM winning EVERYTHING since his arrival into the premier class....
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Jorge was the only one who so far has stopped MM winning EVERYTHING since his arrival into the premier class....
Good point. If I were him I'd call Suzuki personally, and ask to write up a modest minimum salary and a weighted performance contract. It's his best and only hope to win races ever again.

No way should he touch a satellite Yamaha, Rossi influence means it will always be detuned and off current spec. Staying at Ducati means his stock will continue to plummet. He simply doesn't have good options. Suzuki could do well by picking up a bargain, a man desperate to prove himself.

If you live in a glass house don't throw rocks.
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Good point. If I were him I'd call Suzuki personally, and ask to write up a modest minimum salary and a weighted performance contract. It's his best and only hope to win races ever again.

I personally think his best bet is Yamaha as it is a race winning machine, which we still do not know in Suzuki terms although maybe Lorenzo could be that missing element that turns the 'nearly there' into the 'here it is'. Mind you, I just do not see it (Suzuki) as being close.

Yes you may be right that he would experience issues with Yamaha but he knows that machine and I firmly suspect that if he were to go back he would be able to get a team that would go some way towards setting it up for him (physical limitations not withstanding).

Opinion only, and likely an unpopular one but he would have won those races that Zarco stuffed up ........
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If the rumors of Monster willing to foot the bill are true, we might see J.Lo on a single Yamaha bike, kinda like Nastro Azzurro Honda.
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