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October 25th, 2021, 08:55 PM   #51
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Excited to see if Gardner’s talent will see him to the happening part of the party.
I haven't seen him race. We don't get moto2 here. It seems like Fernandez has had the better of him in the latter part of the season though?
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I haven't seen him race. We don't get moto2 here. It seems like Fernandez has had the better of him in the latter part of the season though?
Bummer. Yes, Fernandez has been on fire these last few races, but he did a Bagnaia at this last race, so Remy just needs to keep his head above water and not crash for the last two rounds. The last few years I'd only watched Moto 2 here and there until last year, when Gardner really caught on. The way he races really grabbed my attention.
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Watched the motoGP race again tonight.
I like Pecco.
He set there after crashing, took his helmet off in the face of the camera.
Head shake, frustration, disappointment, but determination.
The camera showed him again later. Jaw still clenched.
He was pissed, but he knows he has it and that makes him more pissed when he chucks it away.
Quality.
He is going to be good to watch going forward
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Watched the motoGP race again tonight.
I like Pecco.
He set there after crashing, took his helmet off in the face of the camera.
Head shake, frustration, disappointment, but determination.
The camera showed him again later. Jaw still clenched.
He was pissed, but he knows he has it and that makes him more pissed when he chucks it away.
Quality.
He is going to be good to watch going forward
He's a huge talent. As a fan of the sport, I find his ability admirable. As a fan of the racers themselves, I find him hard to warm up to. The guy always seems so detached. It's a bit creepy. With a guy like Lorenzo or Stoner, you could tell what was going on. They were not clockwork racers.
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Bags seems too have ice water for blood, so I would blame the terrible tires.

Or a bad decision by the teams.
Apparently Rossi kept telling Pecco to go medium/medium and Pecco listened to him the last time and won so maybe this was the teams's decision?
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Apparently Rossi kept telling Pecco to go medium/medium and Pecco listened to him the last time and won so maybe this was the teams's decision?
From Pecco's explanation, it seemed that it was his and the teams decision. He didn't like how the mediums felt in practice.
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He's a huge talent. As a fan of the sport, I find his ability admirable. As a fan of the racers themselves, I find him hard to warm up to. The guy always seems so detached. It's a bit creepy. With a guy like Lorenzo or Stoner, you could tell what was going on. They were not clockwork racers.

In recent interviews on BT Sports he’s come across as a really nice person and seems very thoughtful and intelligent.
Surely though mate, a man who keeps his nickname like he has, is bound to be a decent family loving guy.
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In recent interviews on BT Sports he’s come across as a really nice person and seems very thoughtful and intelligent.
Surely though mate, a man who keeps his nickname like he has, is bound to be a decent family loving guy.
I personally like Pecco a lot. I find him to be a quiet type of personality and far from detached. He is very engaging and his emotions do show. He seems like just a very nice fellow. It's a joy to see someone with a personality like his being so quick and competitive in a wheel to wheel fight.
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I personally like Pecco a lot. I find him to be a quiet type of personality and far from detached. He is very engaging and his emotions do show. He seems like just a very nice fellow. It's a joy to see someone with a personality like his being so quick and competitive in a wheel to wheel fight.
Much the same and for me, very importantly I see little by way of a seemingly large ego which I see in some of the others.

Pecco seems down to earth and not seeking the adulation that others seek and nor does he have an air of arrogance that he expects people to get out of his way.

May be my Aussie bias here but it is why I see him and Jack working well together as neither have large egos and nor do they have the seemingly self important attitude, but both are driven and emotional guys.
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Much the same and for me, very importantly I see little by way of a seemingly large ego which I see in some of the others.

Pecco seems down to earth and not seeking the adulation that others seek and nor does he have an air of arrogance that he expects people to get out of his way.

May be my Aussie bias here but it is why I see him and Jack working well together as neither have large egos and nor do they have the seemingly self important attitude, but both are driven and emotional guys.
Jack is turning into Ducati's dani pedrosa.
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