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June 3rd, 2018, 05:10 PM   #1
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Thumbs down MotoGP Announcers ... love fest with Marquez even when he crashes?

I know the commentators are there to generate excitement, but come on ...

1. They keep claiming Marquez has matured? Say what, are we watching different MotoGP races or something? Marquez has never "matured", he's never learned anything. Crash or win, that's about the extent of his mental process, it's not change and will not change because he thinks it's good.

2. Marquez crashes in Mugello and the commentators continue to gush over how well he crashed and we even had to spend two laps of wasted time watching Marquez circle round in 17th with no one around? Huh? Why? There are good races going on up front from 1-6th.

3. The commentators even mentioned they took flak from online sites because they were talking about Marquez too much, geeee, ya think? They're praising the guy even when he's falling down. I don't hear them praising anyone else when they crash?

Marquez is a idiot following his ego and wherever that takes him - he's so desperate to try and catch up to Rossi's numerous records, he's blinded by stupidity. He ran Petrucci off the track by turn 2/3 ... he had a good championship gap, he didn't need to be stupid aggressive, and yet, the village idiot continues his rampage of crash or win.

Had Marquez not crashed Rossi out in Argentina the championship would be < 10 point difference. Marquez isn't learning a thing, he believes he doesn't have anything to learn.

Congrats to Lorenzo, maybe his bad Karma from the Marquez support year and starting a war with Rossi is finally over and the Monkey is off his back ... but he needs to be consistent for the next few races if he wants to retain his job at Ducati ... they will not forget he crashed out Dovi and Pedrosa by not being aware.

Yamaha needs to figure out how to make their bike work on hot days ... how can they be so far behind in electronic sensor calibration relative to the other teams?

Rob.
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I know the commentators are there to generate excitement, but come on ...

1. They keep claiming Marquez has matured? Say what, are we watching different MotoGP races or something? Marquez has never "matured", he's never learned anything. Crash or win, that's about the extent of his mental process, it's not change and will not change because he thinks it's good.

2. Marquez crashes in Mugello and the commentators continue to gush over how well he crashed and we even had to spend two laps of wasted time watching Marquez circle round in 17th with no one around? Huh? Why? There are good races going on up front from 1-6th.

3. The commentators even mentioned they took flak from online sites because they were talking about Marquez too much, geeee, ya think? They're praising the guy even when he's falling down. I don't hear them praising anyone else when they crash?

Marquez is a idiot following his ego and wherever that takes him - he's so desperate to try and catch up to Rossi's numerous records, he's blinded by stupidity. He ran Petrucci off the track by turn 2/3 ... he had a good championship gap, he didn't need to be stupid aggressive, and yet, the village idiot continues his rampage of crash or win.

Had Marquez not crashed Rossi out in Argentina the championship would be < 10 point difference. Marquez isn't learning a thing, he believes he doesn't have anything to learn.

Congrats to Lorenzo, maybe his bad Karma from the Marquez support year and starting a war with Rossi is finally over and the Monkey is off his back ... but he needs to be consistent for the next few races if he wants to retain his job at Ducati ... they will not forget he crashed out Dovi and Pedrosa by not being aware.

Yamaha needs to figure out how to make their bike work on hot days ... how can they be so far behind in electronic sensor calibration relative to the other teams?

Rob.
Yes, the media bias in favour of MM is terrible. What are they doing giving any attention to the guy who has won 4 of the last 5 titles and is the defending champion ?. They should continue to give all their attention to the same guy they have focused on for the last 2 decades even though his last title win was 9 seasons ago.

Arithmetic is also not your strong point, the Argentina incident in all likelihood cost MM more points than it did Rossi, to say nothing of the grid innovations in the first place which were the only reason Rossi was anywhere near MM, so Rossi actually got a net gain from his defense of a hopeless cause in that corner.
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June 3rd, 2018, 06:07 PM   #4
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I know the commentators are there to generate excitement, but come on ...

1. They keep claiming Marquez has matured? Say what, are we watching different MotoGP races or something? Marquez has never "matured", he's never learned anything. Crash or win, that's about the extent of his mental process, it's not change and will not change because he thinks it's good.

2. Marquez crashes in Mugello and the commentators continue to gush over how well he crashed and we even had to spend two laps of wasted time watching Marquez circle round in 17th with no one around? Huh? Why? There are good races going on up front from 1-6th.

3. The commentators even mentioned they took flak from online sites because they were talking about Marquez too much, geeee, ya think? They're praising the guy even when he's falling down. I don't hear them praising anyone else when they crash?

Marquez is a idiot following his ego and wherever that takes him - he's so desperate to try and catch up to Rossi's numerous records, he's blinded by stupidity. He ran Petrucci off the track by turn 2/3 ... he had a good championship gap, he didn't need to be stupid aggressive, and yet, the village idiot continues his rampage of crash or win.

Had Marquez not crashed Rossi out in Argentina the championship would be < 10 point difference. Marquez isn't learning a thing, he believes he doesn't have anything to learn.

Congrats to Lorenzo, maybe his bad Karma from the Marquez support year and starting a war with Rossi is finally over and the Monkey is off his back ... but he needs to be consistent for the next few races if he wants to retain his job at Ducati ... they will not forget he crashed out Dovi and Pedrosa by not being aware.

Yamaha needs to figure out how to make their bike work on hot days ... how can they be so far behind in electronic sensor calibration relative to the other teams?

Rob.
Silly commentators, didn't they read the script?
Marquez bad,
Rossi good.
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June 3rd, 2018, 06:16 PM   #5
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I would ignore this thread and let OP argue with himself.
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I would ignore this thread and let OP argue with himself.
The OP is a known moron.
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I hated Marquez too but then I realised I wasnt an idiot ..... so now I think hes great.
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Marc is an aggressive rider for sure .. sometimes too aggressive!! But Rossi was the same at some point in his career don’t you remember!? I’ve watched the race and I didn’t heard any of them dixkriding Marquez .. they were impressed that he almost saved his crash only!! Like I said before .. he goes a bit over the edge sometimes but you can’t blame a rider that can win and doesn’t fight to win !! That whole Marquez/Rossi war is childish.. based on their egos.. if Jorge and Rossi can shake hands like they did today.. both Marquez and Rossi should do the same !!
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Marc is an aggressive rider for sure .. sometimes too aggressive!! But Rossi was the same at some point in his career donít you remember!? Iíve watched the race and I didnít heard any of them dixkriding Marquez .. they were impressed that he almost saved his crash only!! Like I said before .. he goes a bit over the edge sometimes but you canít blame a rider that can win and doesnít fight to win !! That whole Marquez/Rossi war is childish.. based on their egos.. if Jorge and Rossi can shake hands like they did today.. both Marquez and Rossi should do the same !!
It has nothing to do with Marquez. I dont think he gives a stuff about rossi. Its all in ross is head .... so what can Marquez do?
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June 3rd, 2018, 10:03 PM   #10
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You should listen to the UK commentators on BT Sport, they are #46 Nut-huggers, referring to Marc as a pantomime villain and calling for a penalty when Marc went up the inside of Petrucci on the first lap.
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