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August 29th, 2021, 12:20 PM   #81
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MM rode and crashed like a cunt.

Fabio was fabulous.

Rins was royal

Alex was awesome
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August 30th, 2021, 12:00 AM   #82
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Another great performance by Fab.
Really has his shit together this year.
I see a lot of 'shades of Yamaha Lorenzo' in the manner in which Quartararo is going about both his races/racecraft and the year overall.
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August 30th, 2021, 01:36 AM   #84
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Yeah dunno.
Fab ran the soft front.
Our commentary made a big deal of him maybe running out of pace toward the end.
Didn't happen like it did to Bagnaia.
Same in DAZN/spanish commentary, they kept saying he might suffer at the end but it never really happened, not more than to the rest of the field anyway.
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August 30th, 2021, 07:10 AM   #86
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So I got a Dear John.
Sincerely, they can kiss my arse.

Nothing to add other than what has already been posted here. Enjoyable but not great race, stoked for Aleix and glad Pol finally had a good run, though it was likely down to the cold track.
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I've never been a big fan of races at Silverstone. Always thought of it as a parking lot with chicanes. Too flat. IMHO the lack of elevation changes always makes for indifferent racing, with bikes.

Fabs was great, no surprise there.

Schmarquez rode like a 16 year old. Really disappointing. No doubt he wanted to get to front and run away before Fabio could warm up his tires. What a schmuck.

Rins had good racecraft on the day.

Good for Espargaro and Aprilia. Loved watching him dice with Miller in that last lap, tho his passing him again in that nice tight line, was pretty much a given, as even after all this time, the Ducati still can't turn.

Pol while not on the podium, looked as in-control of the Honda as anyone not named Marqez, has done in ages. He rode the bike pretty damned smooth, not making crazy shapes that Marquez needs to win.

Re: Michelin street tires, I respectfully disagree. I have three bikes and go through tires on a regular basis and have tried all the better known sticky rubber and don't find the Michelin to be drastically better or worse than the competitors. I like the Power Pilots; sticky enough and very predicable.
Power pilots are good for riding down the road in a straight line. Perfect for you and your imaginary bikes
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Power pilots are good for riding down the road in a straight line. Perfect for you and your imaginary bikes
And you seem to have a need to imagine that he has imaginary bikes.
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