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August 12th, 2018, 01:16 AM   #61
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I would recommend learning a bit about Japanese work and business etiquette before talking about this.

I have spent 12 years working with the Japanese and 3 years living win one. I know what I saw there. Do you?
I hear them japs are into some pretty sick porn,being crapped on and stuff,is that what you're talking about?..
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I remember just a couple of years ago when the Honda was getting out dragged by everybody, especially at this track. Just shows a difference in riders attitude and talent and manufacturers attitudes.
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August 12th, 2018, 01:34 AM   #63
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I hear them japs are into some pretty sick porn,being crapped on and stuff,is that what you're talking about?..
Bunker dwelling sheepfuckers would know all about sick porn...
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August 12th, 2018, 01:57 AM   #64
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Bunker dwelling sheepfuckers would know all about sick porn...
No need to be like that..i'm just pleased that you got out of your mums basement..
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August 12th, 2018, 02:08 AM   #65
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The woman doesn't understand why I've been up since 0430 watching the MotoGP feed.

I asked her to leave.
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When I saw this news , I knew for sure that there will be little bitches here that will claim this is Rossi doing something behind the scenes.

Here are the facts: Vinales has been way more vocal than Rossi about Yamaha’s fuckups. So much that Yamaha has to silence him more than once (Not counting his split with his crew chief).

Rossi has been pretty tame in his public feedback, he hoped they will bring an update for the Brno rest which they didn’t. He was still rather diplomatic about it.

Yamaha already admitted they screwed up, during the technical heads media brief (which I guarantee the mouthbreathers here didn’t watch ). If you know anything about Japanese culture and business etiquette, which I am sure most of you don’t, there’s a lot to pick up from the choice of words and body language.

This is just a continuation of the same. This is a factory that knows that they are letting two very fast riders down and vows to fix it.

I expect the 2019 M1 to be a firebreathing dragon.
The guy they really miss is Furusawa, imo, and I don’t think he is coming back.

So they are going to make an engineer figuratively commit seppuku rather than Jarvis ?, who is not a competent manager, again imo.
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The guy they really miss is Furusawa, imo, and I don’t think he is coming back.

So they are going to make an engineer figuratively commit seppuku rather than Jarvis ?, who is not a competent manager, again imo.
It’s not a team management problem, it’s a technical problem.
Why would Jarvis take the blame for it? Besides, Jarvis is in charge of all of Yamaha Motorsport and is doing a great job in WSBK and recently in the Suzuka 8 hours. It’s Meregali who is in charge of the MotoGP team.

Blind hatred clouds facts. I know.
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I would recommend learning a bit about Japanese work and business etiquette before talking about this.

I have spent 12 years working with the Japanese and 3 years living win one. I know what I saw there. Do you?
What, no sense of humour? 12 Years, working and living with some Japanese folk.... Wow, I’m impressed.
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I've actually been making use of my video pass and have been watching some early 90's 500cc stuff and fuck me todays lot don't half whinge compared to those boys. Rainey wrestling with an out of control YZR and afterwards has a smile on his face stood on the podium after finishing 20 seconds behind the front 2 and thanking his team in the interview. None of this "mya crewachief isa as ayou say a twat and a Yamahaha isa shit"
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It’s not a team management problem, it’s a technical problem.
Why would Jarvis take the blame for it? Besides, Jarvis is in charge of all of Yamaha Motorsport and is doing a great job in WSBK and recently in the Suzuka 8 hours. It’s Meregali who is in charge of the MotoGP team.

Blind hatred clouds facts. I know.
Because Jarvis didn’t retain the guy who won their last 3 championships and who also seems to be rather good at leading development insofar as gp riders can do so these days and left the team with lesser lead riders, one of whom is obviously not as good as Jorge and the other while undoubtedly an all-time great rider is pushing 40, and along the way also mislaid the Yamaha satellite team.

My supposition all along has been that they are lining Valentino up to manage the factory Yamaha team, which would be handy from more than one point of view, I think there is a strong chance he would be good at it, and he would bring sponsorship, and one deduction which could be drawn is that the Yamaha gp effort is cash strapped. If Yamaha dwindle into mediocrity Rossi might not want to manage their team anyway.
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