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An interesting article here with some great ideas for downloads to keep you going until next season

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some real good ones in there. And I've got most of 'em too.

Don't know that I agree with all of them tho. Hock '91 was pretty f*cking good tho.

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Where are you located that you get to watch Eurosport
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Man that is a cool article... that Edwards Bayliss race was awesome, I remember screaming at the TV that day.... wife told me to shut up a few times. lol

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Yeah.. me too!
The WSBK that whole year was awesome but the last round was incredible.
Right down to the wire .. last round, last race ... winner takes all.
MotoGP take note, when was the last time we saw that ?

To answer your original question I'm in Taiwan but I d/l torrents that are taken off of Eurosport feeds or stream the broadcasts off a P2P site.

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Right down to the wire .. last round, last race ... winner takes all.
MotoGP take note, when was the last time we saw that ?
Maybe not Winner takes it all but Valencia 2006 springs to mind...


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Phillip Island 250's in '00 is high on my list too. If you wanna talk "down to the wire" that championship was literally decided by less than 0.005s.

Altho I'd say it was "really" decided when Shinya got balked at Motegi. I can't remember who it was went down infront of him tho, Ukawa or Harada. One of those Japanese mega-stars.

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Maybe not Winner takes it all but Valencia 2006 springs to mind...
That has to be one of the most interesting GP seasons lately.
The Sesons where Rossi battled it out with Sete a few times where OK too... then he went & cheated with the Italian Voodoo and put a spell on Sete that ruined all that entertainment... cheater
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That has to be one of the most interesting GP seasons lately.
The Sesons where Rossi battled it out with Sete a few times where OK too... then he went & cheated with the Italian Voodoo and put a spell on Sete that ruined all that entertainment... cheater
Yea but Karma is a kocksvcker because Rossi got 90 mill EU in tax shit on his head.

I liked the Bayliss CEIII battle in (?) 02'... amazing

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Rossi also had hell come demanding it's paycheck when his 6 years of premier class good luck ran out. And what a fucking paycheck it was. Normally people spread their bad luck out over their whole career, Rossi pretty much got his lump sum.

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WSBK rulez.... nuff said
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Phillip Island 250's in '00 is high on my list too. If you wanna talk "down to the wire" that championship was literally decided by less than 0.005s.

Altho I'd say it was "really" decided when Shinya got balked at Motegi. I can't remember who it was went down infront of him tho, Ukawa or Harada. One of those Japanese mega-stars.
You are thinking of Estoril 00 when Ukawa highsided in front of Nakano who had nowhere to go and crashed, Estoril was his only DNF but he was only 15th in Spain as well. At Motegi Nakano was second to Kato.


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ya it was that highside and then crash that I was thinking of.

Man Estoril always produces good racing.

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This should have been included.

500 GP 1989 Phillip Island

The first minute or so has some super cheesy music but it gets better.

Makes me wish for a return to the 500 two strokes when riders were regularly scrapping until the last corner.

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PI '89 was a heart wrenching thing. The vision of Donna running up the front straight to meet Gardner on his victory lap is one of my most vivid memories of gp racing ever.

That was a very important race for a lot of reasons.

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