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August 11th, 2021, 01:15 AM   #61
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Only the ones that mention Stoner. Because it has been said I was the only one who brings him up. It was determined that was a lie.
As was most of the stuff that was said about Stoner back in the day.
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Oh the irony

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I can't argue that. Good to see you still around Gazza.
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As was most of the stuff that was said about Stoner back in the day.
I am not falling down this rabbit hole again. Good to see you michealm3000
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August 11th, 2021, 04:40 AM   #64
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I am not falling down this rabbit hole again. Good to see you michealm3000
I am happy to let it go these days as well, the bloke is nearly 9 years retired, but if someone brings him up I will still respond.

Remy Gardner, the son of the guy who originally drew me to the sport, is looking like a fair prospect for Australian fans in any case. Jack Miller, with the best will in the world, perhaps not so much.
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I am happy to let it go these days as well, the bloke is nearly 9 years retired, but if someone brings him up I will still respond.

Remy Gardner, the son of the guy who originally drew me to the sport, is looking like a fair prospect for Australian fans in any case. Jack Miller, with the best will in the world, perhaps not so much.
Totally agree. Jack was a questionable signing to the factory duc. Imo he is the worst of the 4 Ducati riders. Bagnaia seems solid but I think Martin could be very special. He has been healthy for 3 races and shown amazing form. The way he is able to manage tires while being chased is better than most veteran riders. Also manages to put down scorching laps for quali on a regular basis. I think he has the most potential of any rider on the grid right now. I like Remy. He seems like a good kid with some serious speed on the track. Can't wait to see what he is capable of. We also have a couple Americans in the pipeline, but I can't help but feel that Roberts really blew his chance by not signing with Aprilia this year. Who new aprila was going to be decent this year though.
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Good point. I’ve never met anyone over 10, that drives go carts. Grandpa is about 150 years too old for that challenge
This is video of Ayrton Senna and Alain Prost battling each other in go-karts after the end of the 1993 season, in France. There's also a slew of F1 drivers of the day in this as well. Quick clip but adults do in fact drive go-karts including F1 world champions.

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Senna was 33 at the time, Prost was 38. Max Verstappen won the world karting championship in 125 gearbox/shifters at age 15. Michael Schumacher raced karts into his late 40's until his head injury. Wayne Rainey is still racing a modified 250cc superkart aged 60.

Nice try at trolling. 'Albert'
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This is video of Ayrton Senna and Alain Prost battling each other in go-karts after the end of the 1993 season, in France. There's also a slew of F1 drivers of the day in this as well. Quick clip but adults do in fact drive go-karts including F1 world champions.

Duh. Thats where they started, honed their craft and stepped up to adult cars. Do you think they learned to drive, by putting a phone book on the seat of an F1 car when they were 8?
You just proved my point.
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Senna was 33 at the time, Prost was 38. Max Verstappen won the world karting championship in 125 gearbox/shifters at age 15. Michael Schumacher raced karts into his late 40's until his head injury. Wayne Rainey is still racing a modified 250cc superkart aged 60.

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Lol. Can anyone name a famous go cart driver? No??
I can. Senna, Prost, Schumacher, Rainey, Josh Herrin, Jimmie Johnson.

Have you figured out why they’re famous????
Because they left go carts for big boy cars you wanker
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