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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 11-08-2010, 05:43 AM Thread Starter
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Simoncelli

FINALLY a rider in Moto GP not afraid to try and pass when things are tight. He made a Moto GP race look like a 250 race for a few laps anyway.
If there were more of that kind of racing, Moto GP would be the #1 racing series again.
I hope to see more action from Marco next season. He could teach the current "don't get too close to me" crop of riders a few things.
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Yeah did yo hear Lorenzo after the race blaming Sim for his almost crash .

Simoncelli was riding the wheels of that bike for sure. very entertaining.

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yea he has deff figuired out his tire managment issue, was a excellent race


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FINALLY a rider in Moto GP not afraid to try and pass when things are tight. He made a Moto GP race look like a 250 race for a few laps anyway.
If there were more of that kind of racing, Moto GP would be the #1 racing series again.
I hope to see more action from Marco next season. He could teach the current "don't get too close to me" crop of riders a few things.
I've alway's enjoyed WSBK over GP just because it's doesn't seem as politically driven racing.. But the last three races of Gp where amazing.. Rossi-Lorenzo battling it plus everyone just didn't seem to care who they pissed off. for once they fought to WIN.. great finally for the season..

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I actually think WhoreGay's almost crash was his own fault - he went in too hot hoping to barge Simoncelli out of the way / hoping that Simoncelli would give him room.
Simoncelli held his line - oh well...

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I actually think WhoreGay's almost crash was his own fault - he went in too hot hoping to barge Simoncelli out of the way / hoping that Simoncelli would give him room.
Simoncelli held his line - oh well...
And I say hats off to Marco for not giving way to Prince Lorenzo. Guys like Lorenzo, and Stoner who think just because they are fast everyone else should move aside for them. Rossi wouldn't, and it makes for good racing.
All the real racing in Moto GP is usually the battle for 4th,5th 6th.
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Next year will be very interesting for sure.
I hope Dani can stay healthy and fit - if Rossi doesn't make a good push at the title I'd love to see the Spanish Smurf grab the big 'W'

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As much as most people don't like him, he's proven that he is fast enough to receive "alien" status and I think any of the "aliens" deserve a Championship.
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Rossi wouldn't
i can tell you aren't sete gibernau...

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