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October 28th, 2018, 05:07 AM   #51
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I watched the race, waited for the press conference and watched the race again because it was fantastic.

Every crash, not just the MotoGP one looked scary as hell. It’s crazy how fast a bike goes airborne on real grass. They need to AstroTurf it sometime soon.

Kudos to Vinales, that was one hell of a ride on a track where the rider matters more than the bike. I wish we had more such tracks instead of the modern stop and go go-kart specials.

On the grass or on astro grass? Shouldn't make much difference. Maybe natural grass holds water longer... But if you're off track, you're off track.
This is where I dislike massive concrete run off. Great for safety, but not a punishment enough if ran wide. It's great for safety, but encourages harder moves, knowing if you fuck up, you can rejoin.
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A crazy race. Will have to watch again. Bautista looked really good. I thought he was great on the 250s and have been disappointed in him since coming to the premier class.

Fucking Zarco had some serious fire in the belly. Would have been even more interesting if he hadn't fucked up. Can't remember the last race with that much passing. Love PI.

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I gotta give Simon kudos. He has come so far with presenting skills in a very short time, relative to his screen time. I was a detractor to his mumbling first attempts. You gotta know he has worked so hard behind the scenes with pronunctioniation and word flow, He has matured immeasurably and as you say, he has excellent access and rapport with many in the paddock.

I love his reports, his commentary lap on the beemer. In time to come, everyone will see his value to our experience.
I did at first find him irritating, but I'll admit I was wrong, he was new and it takes time to get your feet behind the desk.Are they keeping him for next year? I do hope so and yes he has this funny voice but his knowledge is really spot on now, just needs a bit more time to be as good as Dylan was.
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