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Reply #16
Even after allowing 24hrs plus after the race i still cant really post on here without swearing. Totally gutted and what a disgrace #MM94 is. You make no friends you spanish ****.

Finally someone more of **** than Stoner.

Great result from Danny Kent, should have wrapped it up awhile ago though. I've been watching moto gp for ages now and never did i think we'd have a world champion. Small silver lining on a massive black cloud of a day.


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Reply #17

Even after allowing 24hrs plus after the race i still cant really post on here without swearing. Totally gutted and what a disgrace #MM94 is. You make no friends you spanish ****.

Finally someone more of **** than Stoner.

Great result from Danny Kent, should have wrapped it up awhile ago though. I've been watching moto gp for ages now and never did i think we'd have a world champion. Small silver lining on a massive black cloud of a day.




Agree about Marquez but there's nothing wrong with Stoner, maybe moaned a little too much but MotoGP isn't the same without him in it and he did amazing things on that Ducati :P

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Reply #19
true Jake, Stoner did do things on that ducati than no one else, including the goat, could do. No doubting his ability as a rider just his personality. Always excuses, never looked at himself enough. Even when he won he moaned. And let not forget Rossi has single handedly dragged moto gp up to where it is today. Thats why so many people love him. No one else has done for motorcycle racing what Vale has done and no one ever will. Its about time some of these young guns realize it. Outside of Spain Lorenzo and Marquez will find nothing but hate next season and i wouldnt be surprised is some of the spanish boo them too.

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Reply #20
Home fans wanted Rossi to win, says all you need to know, the respect he commands with riders getting out of his way, complete shambles and a mockery of the greatest, might not like him but should damn right respect him.


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Reply #21

true Jake, Stoner did do things on that ducati than no one else, including the goat, could do. No doubting his ability as a rider just his personality. Always excuses, never looked at himself enough. Even when he won he moaned. And let not forget Rossi has single handedly dragged moto gp up to where it is today. Thats why so many people love him. No one else has done for motorcycle racing what Vale has done and no one ever will. Its about time some of these young guns realize it. Outside of Spain Lorenzo and Marquez will find nothing but hate next season and i wouldnt be surprised is some of the spanish boo them too.


As much as I argue about Pedrosa's talent level, I respect him on a personal level for not lowering himself to their standards and Stoner wouldn't have done something like that either. I think it's easy to forget that sports people get a microphone shoved in their face straight after an emotional rollercoaster and some sports people don't have the ability to handle that, I think Stoner is one of those. Away from the racetrack, I've heard nothing but nice things about his personality.

Agree about Rossi though, done incredible things for MotoGP and as far as I'm concerned he is the 2015 Champion even if the record books will say different.

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Reply #22
I've been watching more and more of motoGP as the years have gone by and this year was the closest i have followed it. I dont really support anyone(although i do like Crutchlow) i watch as a neutral but i do complete agree with you all, Rossi was mugged off the title really. I really wanted Rossi to win the title, But could you argue Rossi has been a bad loser or do you think he's perfectly entitled to say what he has done?

P.S I have been slightly concerned about your well fair Jim after the race yesterday


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Reply #24
It's not just Rossi himself saying those things, even before he got off the bike people were saying it. Hodges even said on live TV that's what he thought was going on!

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Reply #26
........Yep, there's a little bit of  sick im my mouth.

I just hope next time Marquez leans on Rossi, Vale punches him in the face.

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Reply #27
I should have known better the Spanish don't like the Italians and vice versa the history goes well back.

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Reply #28
Terribly sad news about Nicky Hayden this past week. Sounds like he has suffered a very serious head injury, like Schumacher. I hope he pulls through, but that will be just one battle in a war he has to fight going forward.

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Reply #29
I hope it's not like Schumacher, one of the coolest and nicest guys in motorsport. He was the man to break Valentino Rossi's run of 5 championships in a row. Or was it 6, I forget. Anyway I hope he's fine.

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Reply #30
Sad news.

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Nicky Hayden, the former MotoGP world champion, has died five days after he was involved in a cycling accident.

The 35-year-old American was hit by a car during a training exercise in Italy last week and suffered severe head and chest injuries. On Monday, the Maurizio Bufalini Hospital, where he had been placed into a medically induced coma, confirmed that he had died.




https://www.theguardian.com/sport/2017/may/22/nicky-hayden-dies-bike-crash-motogp-superbikes