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    This weekends Motogp

    What a race, Bagnaia was amazing, made no mistakes, i do not believe I have seen that before, Marquez was brilliant, made safe overtakes when he could have given Bagnaia a nudge, nice to see Marquez back

    #2
    Originally Posted by yorkshire View Post
    What a race, Bagnaia was amazing, made no mistakes, i do not believe I have seen that before, Marquez was brilliant, made safe overtakes when he could have given Bagnaia a nudge, nice to see Marquez back
    They say doing the same thing over and over while hoping for a different reaction......

    The race leading up to the last three laps was pretty lackluster imo.

    Though those last laps where great. Peco definitely seemed to have marks #. Wasn't scared or intimidated jut kept running that line when mark dove under and getting him back on drive out. Like it was NBD.

    The confidence in that kid! Great battle. One of the best I can remember in a long time.
    Don't spend money and buy, spend time and learn.

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      #3
      good race, heartbreaking to see rossi and crutchlow where they were - theyre both better riders than that.

      ducati will dump miller at the end of this year and give Zarco his seat - ducati hates australian riders if they dont deliver in one year and shows them little support in motogp at hte cost of italian riders ie bayliss and stoner - if miller got second this year, he would have held his ride for another year (even though they supported dovi for 7 years with two seconds and 2 4ths, but hey, hes italian

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        #4
        maybe honda will take miller back and sack pol espargaro - another spaniard whos done SFA with a factory honda ride

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          #5
          Originally Posted by old_pirelli View Post
          maybe honda will take miller back and sack pol espargaro - another spaniard whos done SFA with a factory honda ride
          I'm not sure there are many people on earth who can ride that Honda to its potential beside Marc.
          Don't spend money and buy, spend time and learn.

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            #6
            Originally Posted by old_pirelli View Post
            good race, heartbreaking to see rossi and crutchlow where they were - theyre both better riders than that.

            ducati will dump miller at the end of this year and give Zarco his seat - ducati hates australian riders if they dont deliver in one year and shows them little support in motogp at hte cost of italian riders ie bayliss and stoner - if miller got second this year, he would have held his ride for another year (even though they supported dovi for 7 years with two seconds and 2 4ths, but hey, hes italian
            Interested to see what dovi does when he gets back.

            Also find it hard to believe that over the winter 10+ guys became better riders than Rossi. I'm not sure just how great those satlilte teams are..
            Don't spend money and buy, spend time and learn.

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              #7
              Originally Posted by 6 View Post

              I'm not sure there are many people on earth who can ride that Honda to its potential beside Marc.
              his brother Alex M. and Pol E certainly cant get a factory honda on the podium let alone win a race - I'm sure there are non spaniards out there who if allowed to work their way through the ranks could

              Miller at least won a race and podiumed on a satellite honda

              maybe honda can entice stoner out of retirement - at least he was one other rider who won a championship on a honda.... and a ducati...... rossi or Jorge couldnt hardly get a win on the ducati
              Last edited by old_pirelli; 09-18-2021, 04:20 AM.

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                #8
                Originally Posted by 6 View Post



                Also find it hard to believe that over the winter 10+ guys became better riders than Rossi. I'm not sure just how great those satlilte teams are..
                could be the electrics gurus and package they have, just not as tip top as factory possibly

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                  #9
                  Originally Posted by old_pirelli View Post

                  could be the electrics gurus and package they have, just not as tip top as factory possibly
                  Could be. It definitely seems somthing is up over there. Especially after this week's races.
                  Don't spend money and buy, spend time and learn.

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                    #10
                    bloody Miller looked to have third in the bag - how did marqez get past - miller burned his tyres again - or made a mistake somewhere? Bastianini road a surprisingly good race.

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                      #11
                      Originally Posted by old_pirelli View Post
                      bloody Miller looked to have third in the bag - how did marqez get past - miller burned his tyres again - or made a mistake somewhere? Bastianini road a surprisingly good race.
                      I was Stokes for Bastianini. Good on him, what a ride.

                      Was not the most exciting race ever. But I was still happy to have a race to watch.

                      Looks like Fabio has this in the bag dispite a couple or few DNF's in the last few races.

                      Austin next... Again, not a track known for nail biting races, but. Race is always better than not.

                      See how Marc holds up at COTA. Will be a good indicator of how he is healing up. These young kids seem to have his number now.
                      Don't spend money and buy, spend time and learn.

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                        #12
                        good on the frenchmen - he made the yamaha work when another dud spaniard couldn't - well deserved, well ridden Fabio Q

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                          #13
                          Originally Posted by old_pirelli View Post
                          good on the frenchmen - he made the yamaha work when another dud spaniard couldn't - well deserved, well ridden Fabio Q
                          Yup. He seems to be in the zone on it.

                          I just hope Yamaha doesn't follow in Hondas footsteps and makes a bike that only Fabio can ride.
                          Don't spend money and buy, spend time and learn.

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                            #14
                            Frankie will be back in action next year once he's actually healed up. He was up front for a bit last race until he tired out.

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