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June 1st, 2018, 04:50 AM   #51
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Dovi’s engine goes pop.
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Marquez gets booed even in Spain.
By Rossi fans. So the original post should have been "Rossi fans are as classy as ever".
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Marquez gets booed even in Spain. What’s new?
What can I say, Rossi fans as a group have no class. Nothing new or surprising, I guess you're right. I guess the booing is preferable to spitting on a rival like they did to Stoner.
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June 1st, 2018, 04:54 AM   #54
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Is there any chance that Pirro hasn't broken at least one leg and/or torn ligaments?
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June 1st, 2018, 04:59 AM   #55
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Then cheering the Marquez crash when it was shown on the big screen.
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Italian media says no broken arms or legs for Pirro
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Italian media says no broken arms or legs for Pirro
They just announced that on the Aussie stream. Incredible really when I saw the way he landed and how much his body twisted I though something had to be broken or torn. He's probably still out though, I would be surprised if he was able to pass a concussion test.
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That crash was brutal. I seriously hope he hasn't sustained an permanent injuries. Maybe the fastest and definitely one of the worse off's I've seen.

Marquez maybe loses his record for fastest crash after that one.
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What can I say, Rossi fans as a group have no class. Nothing new or surprising, I guess you're right. I guess the booing is preferable to spitting on a rival like they did to Stoner.
At least they pay to do it where as the Rossi haters do their hating online for free.
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They just announced that on the Aussie stream. Incredible really when I saw the way he landed and how much his body twisted I though something had to be broken or torn. He's probably still out though, I would be surprised if he was able to pass a concussion test.
Iím in Melbourne so probably watching the same feed, was just trying to quote a source.

Iím just glad he is ok, I honestly thought he was deceased giving the speed and track position of the crash
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