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October 24th, 2021, 05:20 AM   #21
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Oh Jack..... it hurts to watch. I so wanted him to have another win this year.
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Congratulations Fabio.
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The hard front didn't seem to work.
Crafar on our commentary was saying it got colder.
Marquez's shoulder is getting stronger.
Well done Fabio. Well deserved
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So much to unpack from this race weekend across all classes. Hugely eventful. Will definitely be watching all again later in the week.
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Toutes nos félicitations Monsieur Fabio. Laissez les bons temps rouler!

Dayammmm....! Gutted for Bagnaia, despite the fact I was rooting for Fabio. I expect the loss will only motivate him more for 22. With Marquez (hopefully) fully recovered, Bags and Fabio fighting for podiums we should be looking at a banner season. Pol seems to be coping with the Honda better than any other recent riders not named Marquez.
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Toutes nos félicitations Monsieur Fabio. Laissez les bons temps rouler!

Dayammmm....! Gutted for Bagnaia, despite the fact I was rooting for Fabio. I expect the loss will only motivate him more for 22. With Marquez (hopefully) fully recovered, Bags and Fabio fighting for podiums we should be looking at a banner season. Pol seems to be coping with the Honda better than any other recent riders not named Marquez.
Very worthy title win by FQ, and all congratulations to him.

I suspect he and Bagnaia will mainly be competing for the second and third places on the podium next season though, I foresee MM being healthy/fit enough for a season or two anyway, and a very strong effort from Honda who will likely be concentrating more on motogp than has been the case in recent seasons.
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Marc is back. His pointing at his right arm when he crossed the finish line said it all. He knows better than us armchair experts do.

Congrats to Fabio for not letting this get away from him. Well deserved, but next year's going to be much different, he's going to have a hell of a title defense to mount.
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Stupid move on ducati's part. Both on hard fronts makes no sense. Clearly Pecco was starting to feel the heat from Marc. In the post race conference, Marc said he had just given up on challenging for the front when Pecco went down.
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Marc is back. His pointing at his right arm when he crossed the finish line said it all. He knows better than us armchair experts do.

Congrats to Fabio for not letting this get away from him. Well deserved, but next year's going to be much different, he's going to have a hell of a title defense to mount.
I can't help speculating at how much better Marquez's ride would have been, minus that over-the-bars flying he did in quali. He clearly slammed that shoulder on the wind-screen. At the press meet following quali, he said that incident truly put a big dent in his confidence.

Oh, and I forgot, Bastinini was really something on that two-year-old bike. Haven't followed all the silly season developments. Will the kid get a newer bike next year?
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Just watched, that was quite something. Congratulations to Fabio, well fought. I was rooting for Fabio but feel bad for Bagnaia. In retrospect, he could have let up after that fast lap but he didn’t know that. So it goes.

I hear people saying now that MM is back, he will take over again at the top. I’m not so sure. I’ll be looking forward to a changing of the guard. Both Fabio and Pecco have what it takes to do the job.. But there’s not a lot of room for error.

Sorry for Miller, damn. But at least he did it to himself.
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