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September 8th, 2021, 03:06 AM   #11
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Marc will do better here by virtue of Aragón being a counter-clockwise circuit. If he gets calmer.
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He is another guy called Fabio, known just by his first name when he was a pop culture phenomenon, some decades ago now since he is no longer universally recognised obviously.
Ahh, thanks!

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Marc will do better here by virtue of Aragón being a counter-clockwise circuit. If he gets calmer.
Good point. Based on last yr the Zooks will go well too. Mir for the win.
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Feckin' great! Never saw that one. Wayne Rainey with a Man-bun. For a guy who these days always looks so grim, he really is a good sport. I met him in New Jersey at a flat track race two summers ago. It's like having one of the guys from Mt. Rushmore come to life.
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Marc will do better here by virtue of Aragón being a counter-clockwise circuit. If he gets calmer.
This seems to be the prevailing wisdom and I won't try to argue with it. I just keep getting this feeling Jorge Martin is going to do something special. You don't know what you're going to get from the likes of Rins and Zarco. Just when you think Rins is in great form, he chucks it into the gravel. If Mir could qualify better he'd have a good shot at a podium. Of course, you gotta believe Quatararo will be there. Tough one to call.
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So for the life of me I can't work out who the middle guy is supposed to be?
Anyone that knows a thing about MotoGP, is aware that Fabio is a huge moto guy, and is frequently seen at GP races

Maybe he's too old to have caught your attention
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Anyone that knows a thing about MotoGP, is aware that Fabio is a huge moto guy, and is frequently seen at GP races

Maybe he's too old to have caught your attention
So he is simultaneously to be reprimanded for being too old to race karts and too young to recognise Fabio Lanzoni ?.
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So he is simultaneously to be reprimanded for being too old to race karts and too young to recognise Fabio Lanzoni ?.
There must be a sweet spot somewhere in between
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There must be a sweet spot somewhere in between
Commonly referred to as La Perineo.
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This seems to be the prevailing wisdom and I won't try to argue with it. I just keep getting this feeling Jorge Martin is going to do something special. You don't know what you're going to get from the likes of Rins and Zarco. Just when you think Rins is in great form, he chucks it into the gravel. If Mir could qualify better he'd have a good shot at a podium. Of course, you gotta believe Quatararo will be there. Tough one to call.
Suzuki win or lose races on Saturday. Now they have the rear holeshot device if they are on the front two rows they have a good chance at winning. However that seems to be a big IF.

Anyone reckon Alex has a chance of repeating his heroics from last yr?

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So he is simultaneously to be reprimanded for being too old to race karts and too young to recognise Fabio Lanzoni ?.
He's a troll, logic isn't his strong suit.

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There must be a sweet spot somewhere in between
C'mon, what's the story behind having Hector as your avatar picture?
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