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September 24th, 2018, 03:04 AM   #81
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Marquez has a lot to answer for after the Aragon incident. Lorenzo is right, he ruined his first corner, ruined his race, ruined his foot, ruined his motorcycle, ruined his leathers, ruined his Thailand race, ruined his 2018 title hopes and ruined the excitment at the Valencia title decider between him and Marc.

I agree with Lorenzo, what Marc did to him at Aragon is far worse than what Fenati did at Misano. The only fair thing that Dorna can do now is to award the race win to Lorenzo, take away all of Marc's championship points for the entire season and award Lorenzo an extra 100 points and force Dovi to start all the remaining races from the back of the grid.
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As long as they keep him onside they will never win anything again, the valeban will go when he's off the bike as there's nothing to boo then after he gets mugged race after race.
Sponsors want winning teams not some excuse as to why they're so hopeless (Yamaha).
Ever since Lorenzo left Yamaha the direction they've taken the bike in seems to be going backwards? Rossi likes the idea of being the lead rider within the team but when it comes to his development feedback... clearly his ambition outweighs his talent.
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I did notice that during the overtake from Dovi that caused the riders to exit out of the corner 3 abreast he was never in front but still forced Marquez off the track. He was further back than Marquez was on Rossi, so what's the rule? Why no penalty if a rider who is in front takes evasive action?

I don't have a problem with the move, it's racing but I thought that riders weren't allowed to do that after Argentina this year.
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I for one am glad we have so many developmental genii on this forum.
If only they worked for Movistar Yamaha!
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Next time, try to spell”Thief” right. It’s usually bad form to fuck up the punchline.
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How can he blame Marquez for that?,that crash was entirely of his own making,i like Lorenzo too but sometimes he can be a right twat.
Agreed. He makes it quite difficult to be a fan at times!! And now he's really going to start some "waaa you spoiled my race" nonsense mere months before becoming team mates! sigh...
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I for one am glad we have so many developmental genii on this forum.
If only they worked for Movistar Yamaha!
On one hand, Yamaha's poor results are because Rossi can't develop a bike. On the other hand, Yamaha's good results in the past had nothing to do with Rossi's development skills.

The logic here is amusing.
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