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July 24th, 2018, 05:52 AM   #31
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Herve gets a lot of redbull cash and a top 10 bike instead of a top 3 bike.
Go, Herve!
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Yamaha MotoGP effort needs a big overhaul, one way or the other. They will not fire Lin Jarvis, he has done well for many years so he is going to be 'promoted' to some other position.

Poncharal left because Yamaha told him that between him and VR46, they preferred VR46 which as a team is all but ready with AGV and Dainese and another important sponsor tied to Rossi, besides Sky and Monster. Look out also for a possible big surprise as Jarvis' replacement: even Suppo's name is being made.

Young talents always keep coming, Mir and Martin and Bagnaia are already in the pipeline and others will emerge. I personally would bet on Mir as the next big thing in MotoGP and believe he'll end up at Yamaha before long.
100% agree , blaming Jarvis for the satellite fiasco is on Yamaha. They are the ones who made it clear that Hervé would be booted to the curb to accomadate Rossi and to his credit he went out and found another deal. I would say it was Yamaha to blame as well for Zarco getting away.
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Speaking of Zarco, it looks like a little stardom and a dose of pussy has gone to his head

https://www.motorsportmagazine.com/o...cock-bit-upset
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Speaking of Zarco, it looks like a little stardom and a dose of pussy has gone to his head

https://www.motorsportmagazine.com/o...cock-bit-upset
Zarco let the LeMans crash drag him so far down that he hasn't been able to rebound. Expectations were high, perhaps too high and unrealistic. He believed his own hype. I believe he can come back from this, but he has got to let it go and just race!
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Now that, Sir, is a quality balanced post. But it does raise the question of where will Vale win?
Assen and Mugello come to mind, as you mentioned. His consistency could see him in the top spot at the end of '18 with a MM DNF or two.
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Zarco let the LeMans crash drag him so far down that he hasn't been able to rebound. Expectations were high, perhaps too high and unrealistic. He believed his own hype. I believe he can come back from this, but he has got to let it go and just race!
Agreed. He needs a bit of Philip Island medicine to get him back on it again.
It's amazing the restorative properties that a bike-focused track can have.
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Zarco graduated to the Rossi life before he got Rossi results.
Oh well, I had high hopes for him.
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Speaking of Zarco, it looks like a little stardom and a dose of pussy has gone to his head

https://www.motorsportmagazine.com/o...cock-bit-upset
It'd be hard to keep focus, I reckon.
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It'd be hard to keep focus, I reckon.
This kid had been laser focused on bikes since puberty. Now all of a sudden he has someone n his ear saying I need you to spend time with me, or this guy Fallon is taking advantage of you ,etc etc. On top of that you’re getting laid on a constant basis and like the article says , it only takes losing a tenth to go from hero to zero.
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Speaking of Zarco, it looks like a little stardom and a dose of pussy has gone to his head

https://www.motorsportmagazine.com/o...cock-bit-upset
And there is this side

https://www.motorsport.com/motogp/ne...s-1061887/?s=1
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