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scozza
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   Old Thread  #42 10 Mar 2019 at 7.45pm    Login    Register
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Game on

Cruthlow, amazing really following the recovery
Goose
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Goose
   Old Thread  #41 10 Mar 2019 at 6.21pm    Login    Register
Dovi , mm, wheyhey crutch low.
noj
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   Old Thread  #40 10 Mar 2019 at 4.17pm    Login    Register
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More of a beat up blacked out gixxer man, but she is a beaut
johnnyfubar
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   Old Thread  #39 10 Mar 2019 at 4.08pm    Login    Register
Big up for Luthi, after that article on his performance in Moto GP saying he had no place in the sport.
What a ride, he needed 1 more lap and baldasari was done.
Very interesting re Gardner's tyres as well, they just died in the last 2 laps

Best

Jon
scozza
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   Old Thread  #38 10 Mar 2019 at 2.21pm    Login    Register
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That your V4 mate?

Nice
Goose
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   Old Thread  #37 10 Mar 2019 at 2.18pm    Login    Register
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scozza
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   Old Thread  #36 10 Mar 2019 at 2.14pm    Login    Register
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Very successful rider, but like you say, the Ducati dominated, was a revelation at the time compared to the competition

Just looked at a 1299 today and a 959

Zx10r and S1000rr yesterday. Think I might get an Aprilia RSV4 this year, sound sublime, what an engine
Goose
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Goose
   Old Thread  #35 10 Mar 2019 at 2.04pm    Login    Register
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Gotta love anyone who rides a ducati as I've been telling all my mates since my 916 days IT AIN'T WHAT IT DOES ITS THE WAY IT DOES IT,
clicky
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clicky
   Old Thread  #34 10 Mar 2019 at 11.30am    Login    Register
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I'm going to go with dovi for the win,
johnnyfubar
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   Old Thread  #33 10 Mar 2019 at 10.07am    Login    Register
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Hi Russ

I would have gone Marquez as well until I saw Vinales in qualifying, he looked so smooth, almost a different rider to last year.

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Jon
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   Old Thread  #32 10 Mar 2019 at 10.04am    Login    Register
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Foggy/ducati held the podium record, 100, for 18 years and others were on ducati's at the time so I would argue it was the rider, having met him I would say his level of determination and commitment were higher than anyone else he rode against. The Honda has also had a reputation as an animal to ride which maybe why Danny was bitten by it so many times.
Russ_C
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Russ_C
   Old Thread  #31 10 Mar 2019 at 9.56am    Login    Register
Race day chaps. My money is on Marquez if he stays up right.

Lowes will fall off as well
scozza
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   Old Thread  #30 10 Mar 2019 at 8.58am    Login    Register
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The bikes the biggest part for me and those Hondaís are exceptional, no doubt, If Rossi and MM were on the same bike then that would be the test. Agree though, MM is a great rider, letís see how he fairs against Lorenzo, I expect his talent to shine

As for the bikes, look what Batista has just done in WSB, that V4 Ducati is untouchable on the straights, canít compete, 15 second gap! and Rea riding the tyres off it

Same when Foggy was riding them, different league at the time, his Moto GP career says it all
Goose
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Goose
   Old Thread  #29 10 Mar 2019 at 8.19am    Login    Register
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Disagree, it's the person on the bike that makes the real difference. Stoner proved this winning the title on a machine nobody including Rossi could ride. Let's also not forget Rossi had a machine developed for him that was superior to anything else including the one has team mate rode. Love or loathe MM he is the most talented rider I've seen since I started watching in the early seventies and let's not look back with Rose tints on as Rossi has taken out his share of riders over the years and used his mind games and huge fan base to intimidate rivals.
clicky
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   Old Thread  #28 9 Mar 2019 at 6.41pm    Login    Register
I enjoy watching the Qatar race, it looks good under the lights but I've read in the past a lot of the riders don't like it..the shadows make it hard also likes been said the sand blowing over the track.bit of a **** track to actually go and watch the race live, only one stand..crafty mm93 getting a tow in q2 to nick 3rd. Rossi has his work cut out tomorrow but never rite him off come race day.
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