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September 12th, 2021, 09:33 AM   #91
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Great ride by Aleix once again. Out of everyone, he has impressed me the most this year.

Shame about Lecuona being given the boot from GP. He seems to be finally figuring it out.

As great as Marc is, he loses a lot of these last lap battles

I was hoping more from Binder after the top 10 start. He didn't have that late race charge today.

What's happened to Oliveira. Bloke marries his sister and completely falls off


1. I concur - Asparagus has been impressive
2. I concur - Iker looks to be making positive steps. Shame he's not going to get another year ( on a personal perspective, I am also gutted DP9 is out )
3. Hahaha - quite humorous
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1. I concur - Asparagus has been impressive
2. I concur - Iker looks to be making positive steps. Shame he's not going to get another year ( on a personal perspective, I am also gutted DP9 is out )
3. Hahaha - quite humorous
Oliveira needs to step it up.
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September 12th, 2021, 09:51 AM   #93
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Wow. I haven't been on the edge of my seat during a MotoGP race like that for a long time. Fabio and Aragon are like oil and water. Great ride by Aleix. I was rooting for him to at least have a good battle with Mir at the end. I was surprised Pecco and Marc were able to run in the 48s so deep into the race.
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Oliveira needs to step it up.
So does Binder.
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You’re into DP as well?
I'm a big supporter of DP
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Double Pedrosa or Dani penetration?
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I wouldn't be too thrilled yet as a Marc fan: yes, he looks like his former self... on counter clockwise circuits. But we have still yet to see him look good on "normal" tracks. Hope he can get there soon.

Good duel between him and Bagnaia, clear Dovi vs Marc flashbacks. Ducati has an absolute beast of a bike without clear weaknesses, the riders need to be more consistent.
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I wouldn't be too thrilled yet as a Marc fan: yes, he looks like his former self... on counter clockwise circuits. But we have still yet to see him look good on "normal" tracks. Hope he can get there soon.

Good duel between him and Bagnaia, clear Dovi vs Marc flashbacks. Ducati has an absolute beast of a bike without clear weaknesses, the riders need to be more consistent.
Happy that Ducacti has Bagnaia and Martin going for them. Historically it's always been that they've had one star rider and one with occasional flashes of brilliance.

Bummed that Cal didn't at least get in the points, but it was a big ask.
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I wouldn't be too thrilled yet as a Marc fan: yes, he looks like his former self... on counter clockwise circuits. But we have still yet to see him look good on "normal" tracks. Hope he can get there soon.

Good duel between him and Bagnaia, clear Dovi vs Marc flashbacks. Ducati has an absolute beast of a bike without clear weaknesses, the riders need to be more consistent.
I am reasonably thrilled, he is pretty much following the Mick Doohan return from injury path, and I think there is hope the shoulder will be good enough next year, the fracture issue seems to be a thing of the past.

He does need a better bike, and as has been said given how his brother and Nakagami look this year compared to last it is probably a testament to him that he was so close in this race rather than a failure on his part. He really needed to jump Bagnaia at the start as he tried to do; on a clear track he may have had the pace to stay in front but on a Ducati Bagnaia, and all credit to him of course for resisting so much pressure, had an answer to any pass MM could assay; I am not sure what else MM could have tried.
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