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June 1st, 2018, 01:12 PM   #81
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"Michelin: it's difficult to prepare for Mugello" translates to "Our tires will be shit again this weekend"
Liquorice tyres, or if you want to be crude, lick your arse.
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June 1st, 2018, 01:20 PM   #82
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I ride what would be considered pretty aggressive and I can tell you for a fact that even Bridgestone street/ race tires like the RS10ís give much better warning than the Michelinís before letting the front go. After running Michelinís for decades, I tried the Bridgestones and never looked back. I have not bought Michelinís in close to 8-9 years.
I like Pirelli's, but used either Dunlops or Bridgestones on track.
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June 1st, 2018, 01:22 PM   #83
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Pirro's injuries, as of now, seem to be:


Commotional head injury
Right shoulder dislocation (fixed in the medical center already).
Thoracic trauma
Lumbar trauma


Horrific crash. Let's hope he'll be alright

The last 2 give me cause for concern, I've only ever seen one bloke who had lumbar trauma and he was bleeding inside, caused by busted ribs.

Fingers X'd he's ok.
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June 1st, 2018, 02:04 PM   #84
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Which one is worse? The one that hates a behavior of a specific person for free online but does not boo at that person on a podium and neither cheers when the that person falls/gets hurt or the one that hates so much that they even pay to hate on booes riders on the podiums and cheers when they fall and possibly get hurt?
Holy run on sentence, Batman.
But yeah, the freeloading shits that think they are owed something are worse. Especially certain cunts that wish death upon riders online but wouldnít dare do that at a circuit.
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June 1st, 2018, 02:04 PM   #85
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Hey don't blame me, I'm not the one booing. Go back and read what I post. Most fans of other riders don't like MM too. Casey was rarely ever booed outside of Italy and maybe Spain. Casey never got boo in his home race.

Stoner did get boo'd by a section of the crowd at Phillip Island in 2007 ....... a small section who were easily identifiable on the main straight.

Much less in 2008 and nothing thereafter .......
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June 1st, 2018, 02:05 PM   #86
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Pirro crash - https://streamable.com/6xpdj

This is a bad one so caution but as has been stated, injury wise he is relatively ok
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Pirro is doing better than what it looked like on TV, according to Ducati.
Thank fuck. I hope I will never have to see another on track casualty in my lifetime.
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Pirro crash - https://streamable.com/6xpdj

This is a bad one so caution but as has been stated, injury wise he is relatively ok
That is one of the nastiest crashes I have seen in recent times, after Miller at Le Mans last year. Looks like the rear for unsettled on a bump, gripped again and massively high sided...
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June 1st, 2018, 02:08 PM   #89
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A Ducati goes pop

Dovi's motor lets go - https://streamable.com/m582o

Will be interesting to see if this is similar to Rossi's of a few years back with the over-rev that popped it


To the thrill of som (sadly), Marc shows that elbow saves are not always possible - https://streamable.com/cdgcu


Aleix at turn 1 - https://streamable.com/aodpu

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I would laugh my fucking ass off of Iannone outperforms Alex Rins and Joan Mir on an Aprilia held together with chewing gum and Italian duct tape.
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