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July 5th, 2018, 02:56 AM   #11
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Fuck that is a loose assumption.
I can’t see Rossi being concerned with Dani being on an M1. At best he’d be taking a good while to get accustomed to it, and I don’t imagine anyone really thinks Dani would be a threat to Rossi. Rossi would (if at all) be more concerned with another hot young up and comer.
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Fuck that is a loose assumption.
How so? Rossi had done so before.

Oh and given that I posed a question ..... which bit is the assumption?

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I can’t see Rossi being concerned with Dani being on an M1. At best he’d be taking a good while to get accustomed to it, and I don’t imagine anyone really thinks Dani would be a threat to Rossi. Rossi would (if at all) be more concerned with another hot young up and comer.
Yes but the speculation/reporting on crash is that Dani wants a 2019 M1 ..... I would think Aspar asking for 2 is a stretch way too far, especially since they have recently dumped Tech 3.
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Well, regardless of who is going to be on the bike, I'm glad that there will be 4 yamahas on the grid. It would be nice to see Dani on it, but a rejuvenated and hungry Quatararo could be a sight to see.
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Well, regardless of who is going to be on the bike, I'm glad that there will be 4 yamahas on the grid. It would be nice to see Dani on it, but a rejuvenated and hungry Quatararo could be a site to see.
I have followed Quatararo’s career since the early days. The dip notwithstanding, that kid is something special. The Speedup chassis is notoriously difficult to tame and very few people have done so (MM comes to mind) and this kid is making it do things it hasn’t done in quite some time. I would love to see him in MotoGP next year.
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Well, regardless of who is going to be on the bike, I'm glad that there will be 4 yamahas on the grid. It would be nice to see Dani on it, but a rejuvenated and hungry Quatararo could be a sight to see.
No mention of Quatararo .... is he an option at SIC/Aspar if Dani doesnt go there?
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No mention of Quatararo .... is he an option at SIC/Aspar if Dani doesnt go there?
I've not seen anything in the press, Barry, but Pov' mentioned it on page 1.
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I don't know what the general vibe towards Bautista is on here, but he has had 3 top 10s on the bounce (I know the start to the season has been a bit sub-standard) and his previous seasons have been alright. I'd like it if he could stay in the paddock, if not then I don't know if he will have a ride. Moto 2 maybe?
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I have followed Quatararo’s career since the early days. The dip notwithstanding, that kid is something special. The Speedup chassis is notoriously difficult to tame and very few people have done so (MM comes to mind) and this kid is making it do things it hasn’t done in quite some time. I would love to see him in MotoGP next year.
Which MM would that be ?
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I have followed Quatararo’s career since the early days. The dip notwithstanding, that kid is something special. The Speedup chassis is notoriously difficult to tame and very few people have done so (MM comes to mind) and this kid is making it do things it hasn’t done in quite some time. I would love to see him in MotoGP next year.
Think MM was on a Suter MMX.
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