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April 18th, 2019, 06:12 PM   #21
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Yamaha clearly the best bike on the grid right now. FM & rookie FB both seriously impressive. MM93 would be absolutely unbeatable on an M1.

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What records does Rossi hold? Most podiums? Most premier class wins? I can’t think of any others. I know they kept going on about the equaling Rossi at Mugello thing, Marquez has another opportunity to equal that anyway. Not that I think it’s really a special record anyway.
Are the Valeban stooping so low that they are now hating someone for wanting to be the best?
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What records does Rossi hold? Most podiums? Most premier class wins? I can’t think of any others. I know they kept going on about the equaling Rossi at Mugello thing, Marquez has another opportunity to equal that anyway. Not that I think it’s really a special record anyway.
Are the Valeban stooping so low that they are now hating someone for wanting to be the best?
Marquez has already broken a whole load of Rossi records and at a younger age, also with stronger opponents. But then the custard cowards will hate being reminded of that.
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Are the Valeban stooping so low that they are now hating someone for wanting to be the best?
Make no mistake, followers get their attitude from their leader. Cult members do not do their own thinking.

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The MotoGP commentators love fest with Marquez ... literally one lap earlier they are talking how he's a more controlled rider and has matured blah blah blah ... the same BS they spout about Marquez every weekend as the "bond" with him in ways only they understand.

And then ... this:



I've got this playing on a loop whenever I'm having a bad work day this cheers me right up. And to top that off the Marquez teeny-bopers that were so heart broken when he fell ... they were crying ... aaaah, poor little babies.

But the commentators, seriously, what is up with them? Are they under contract to mention the word "Marquez" at least 15 times per minute?

Congrats to Alex Rins and to Rossi for making the race interesting and for Rossi's fastest race lap. I can't imagine being 40 years old, 6 feet tall, on a 300HP bike at such a physically demanding track as COTA and be fighting for a win ... now that boggles my mind. But the 5'6" 130 lbs 26 year old Marquez on the best bike in the paddock just not impressed.
Yeah poor baby Marquez... blitzed them all again this week and is back where he should be (on top) "World Champion" that he is

and the Yamaha satellite riders made Rossi look a chump (once again) in qualifying... oops sorry didn't mean to mention that Rossi didn't even get into Q2 hahahahahahahahahaha

So congratulations to Rossi for doing what he does best - sucking!

I guess Rossi is "letting his riding do the talking" again (his words).

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Are you on drugs? Even the Suzuki's are beating them in races!!!
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Yamaha clearly the best bike on the grid right now. FM & rookie FB both seriously impressive. MM93 would be absolutely unbeatable on an M1.

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MM has a riding style that is the exact opposite of the one that Yamaha "needs".

Vinales is definitely the rider with the style closest to Marquez's, and even tho he has shown remarkable speed at times, he is struggling A LOT with the M1.

Morbidelli and Quartararo are pure talents (Morbidelli in particular, IMHO) it's only natural they showcase speed. But from that to be podium contenders, they might have a long way to go.
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MM will be up to speed on the Yamaha by the end of day three at the 2021 season Sepang test and absolutely be challenging for the win in Qatar.

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MM will be up to speed on the Yamaha by the end of day three at the 2021 season Sepang test and absolutely be challenging for the win in Qatar.

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I agree that until proven otherwise the logical assumption is that MM can ride anything. He has shown he can come through the whole field on a moto 2 bike with a spec engine for one.

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