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September 15th, 2019, 12:55 AM   #51
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Even MM himself has spoken about the benefit of a tow and how it has to be done in a perfect way to maximise on it and those comments were after taking a pole position. Many of the riders do it and Marquez isn't an exception. So what if he takes a tow and from Rossi or whoever??????
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Conditions are hot today, with grip levels lower than previously this weekend. I'm thinking a shoot out between Quartarao and Rins. I also want to say Vinales is in it, but he rarely shows pace at the start to count at the end.

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I dont know if anyone else has noticed ..... but rossis pit board is not showing the gap to Marquez!!? Who'da thought it!???
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good race by Quartararo

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Gutted for fabio. Hard to counter Marquez when he's trailed you the whole race. Excellent ride though.
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To paraphrase EJ Whitten: ‘He stuck it right up em’
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It's not savage, penalizing someone that isn't in the run for the championship doesn't have much of an affect on them. It would only matter if they were close in championship points.
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"Not contender for the championship" is what you bolded as savage. I don't see how that's a savage comment, it's just the truth. At this stage of the season, there isn't anyone else in contention for the championship. Even Vinales just said "I have nothing to lose and everything to win". Everyone is so far behind in points, shit doesn't matter at this point.
After yesterday I figure I'd just go for the WIN!!!!!!!


Now that was SAVAGE!!
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I'd love to have seen Quartararo win his first race, he definitely put in the effort and missed out only by 5/8ths of fuck all, he pretty much embarrassed the other Yamaha's in the process.

But the race was very dull up until the last lap battle and Marc's superhuman performance really rubbed salt into Rossi's still unhealed wounds, salt extracted from the gallons of tears cried by the yellow Misano fans, making the win all the sweeter.

Pretty awesome rides by both of them!!
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Post race conference was another classic line. On the mic you loose the battle, but on the track you win.
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Even MM himself has spoken about the benefit of a tow and how it has to be done in a perfect way to maximise on it and those comments were after taking a pole position. Many of the riders do it and Marquez isn't an exception. So what if he takes a tow and from Rossi or whoever??????
Even more to the point.
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