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August 12th, 2018, 01:44 AM   #71
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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.
I thought Uccio was in charge of the motogp team?.. he certainly seemed to be the only one talking that time the world champion dropped by..
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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.
We have already discussed and disproved the fallacy that championship leading riders are responsible for bike development. Take Pirro out of Ducati Corse and replace him with a lesser rider and see how impressive the race bike becomes.

If Jarvis is to be fired for losing George, let’s get Gigi’s head on a platter too, shall we?

And once again, unless Rossi wants to manage all of Yamaha’s Motorsport activities, he will be taking over from Meregali, not Jarvis.
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I thought Uccio was in charge of the motogp team?.. he certainly seemed to be the only one talking that time the world champion dropped by..
Isn’t it almost time for you to disappear again, lest the grand sultan of Londonistan sends his Jihadis after you?
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Isn’t it almost time for you to disappear again, lest the grand sultan of Londonistan sends his Jihadis after you?
You jap porn lovers certainly get touchy if anyone has a go at your hero Uccio or that twat he serves don't you?..as for the jihadis..bring 'em on..i'm well armed down here.
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You jap porn lovers certainly get touchy if anyone has a go at your hero Uccio or that twat he serves don't you?..as for the jihadis..bring 'em on..i'm well armed down here.
Yeah yeah, we all know how your AR 15s help compensate for other assets “Down there”, pie boy.
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Yeah yeah, we all know how your AR 15s help compensate for other assets “Down there”, pie boy.
I'm starting to worry about you..all that jap scat porn you spent 12 years working on has twisted your mind.
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We have already discussed and disproved the fallacy that championship leading riders are responsible for bike development. Take Pirro out of Ducati Corse and replace him with a lesser rider and see how impressive the race bike becomes.

If Jarvis is to be fired for losing George, let’s get Gigi’s head on a platter too, shall we?

And once again, unless Rossi wants to manage all of Yamaha’s Motorsport activities, he will be taking over from Meregali, not Jarvis.
Sure, decisions concerning Valentino are made at Meregali's level. And if you want to make Meregali the responsible party for the Yamaha factory team, then how is he responsible for Yamaha still not having a satellite team next year afaik as we speak?.

Gigi who has constantly improved things at Ducati wanted to keep Jorge, and I rather expect Yamaha, with 17 titles, to be more competent as a GP bike racing operation than Ducati, with their one title and history of rider mismanagement.
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Sure, decisions concerning Valentino are made at Meregali's level. And if you want to make Meregali the responsible party for the Yamaha factory team, then how is he responsible for Yamaha still not having a satellite team next year afaik as we speak?.

Gigi who has constantly improved things at Ducati wanted to keep Jorge, and I rather expect Yamaha, with 17 titles, to be more competent as a GP bike racing operation than Ducati, with their one title and history of rider mismanagement.
Have you been living under a rock?
Yamaha has a satellite team and two riders for next year, with a team that has a lot more money behind them than Tech twat.

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Have you been living under a rock?
Yamaha has a satellite team and two riders for next year, with a team that has a lot more money behind them than Tech twat.
I must have missed the official announcement, and the announcement of Lorenzo, Zarco, or even Pedrosa as being among the team's riders. And if it is this late, it hardly leaves time for adequate preparation for the 2019, particularly given you have just been informing us of Yamaha being completely off track engineering-wise, and whoever runs it is unlikely to be as good as Tech trois, given they have been the best satellite team for a number of years.
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I must have missed the official announcement, and the announcement of Lorenzo, Zarco, or even Pedrosa as being among the team's riders. And if it is this late, it hardly leaves time for adequate preparation for the 2019, particularly given you have just been informing us of Yamaha being completely off track engineering-wise, and whoever runs it is unlikely to be as good as Tech trois, given they have been the best satellite team for a number of years.
Stop shifting the goalpost.

It was announced more than a month ago. Aspar will be the team principal and key members of the Angel Nieto team will be involved and they are more than adequately prepared. Jarvis revealed today than Morbidelli and Quartararo have been signed as well.

They will do better than Tech Twat who will be struggling for P15 next year. At least they’ll have a lot of free Red Bull to drink!
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