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July 14th, 2018, 12:40 AM   #21
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Wow, that could have been way worse! He hung on too long.
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July 14th, 2018, 04:30 AM   #22
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That was a nasty one... He came off very fast and it looks like his first reaction was to save it, but the speed was too high. Hope he's okay!
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July 14th, 2018, 04:53 AM   #23
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No spoilers for Q2, but that was an interesting finish to the session.
Sets up nicely for tomorrow's main event.
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July 14th, 2018, 05:32 AM   #24
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No spoilers for Q2, but that was an interesting finish to the session.
Sets up nicely for tomorrow's main event.
This is the thread to discuss the weekend, dont worry about spoilers. Marquez with the last second record breaker guts Petrucci. A lot of riders with very good pace. I expect a close race for around 20 laps but until someone proves differently, I have to beleive Marquez all walk away in the last 1/3 of the race .
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He's very lucky lad, Gaz.
Could have been a lot worse both before and after hitting the airfence.
That should not happen. The MotoGP run-off should have slowed him down more. It is suppose to be 25 cm (~ 10") deep with small gravel. It didn't look like a slowing pit, at all. The area outside turn 11 use to be like that too. I don't know if it still is inadequate for motorcycles.


Marquez is already third on the all time Pole list. Considering the rules changes, that is quite remarkable. It is like he can pull out just a little more to assure he is fastest. What does he do with all those watches?
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Lorenzo has good pace and is sounding confident. With so little time covering the two front rows, should be another good one.

Marquez’s win streak here is bound to end....... someday.
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[QUOTE=Iamapony;455345]That should not happen. The MotoGP run-off should have slowed him down more. It is suppose to be 25 cm (~ 10") deep with small gravel. It didn't look like a slowing pit, at all. The area outside turn 11 use to be like that too. I don't know if it still is inadequate for motorcycles.


Marquez is already third on the all time Pole list. Considering the rules changes, that is quite remarkable. It is like he can pull out just a little more to assure he is fastest. What does he do with all those watches?[/QUOTE]

And BMWs. He has won 5 cars going on 6.
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Lorenzo has good pace and is sounding confident. With so little time covering the two front rows, should be another good one.

Marquez’s win streak here is bound to end....... someday.
Heck, he lead after the first corner when he started 10th. This will be a piece-o-cake for JLo to blast through to the front on this one. It will probably be another "will the soft tire last the whole race and will MM stay calm enough to let his hard tires get hot" event. It really is nerve racking to wait till the tire should work because he always pushes so hard. JLo can easily win another race, if gets in front. He can be a monster when he leads the field.
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And BMW’s. He has won 5 cars going on 6.

Mom, Dad, little bro, Crew chief. Himself. Now he needs a hot GF for the next one.
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Bautista is looking good this weekend.
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Bautista is looking good this weekend.
It's the mustache.
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