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Matthew Birt  says:

Yamaha happy with new anti-wheelie strategy

Jorge Lorenzo’s Fiat Yamaha team boss Daniele Romagnoli is confident a new electronic anti-wheelie system will help the 2009 YZR-M1 defeat Ducati’s factory GP9 this season. Get all the latest MotoGP news Yamaha has been experimenting with new anti-wheelie systems to help acceleration out of slower corners. That issue was a common complaint of all Yamaha riders in 2008, though last year’s...

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grayzx7r

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grayzx7r says:

Poor Guy

Old Rob obviously never watched Faulty Towers let alone heard of the italian waiter, Manuel.Jonathan Ross and his jibe about Manuel's daughter is ,  again unknown to him.POOR GUY !

Ah well , ignorance is bliss so they say

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fatdrunkstupid

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ITALIAN waiter ?

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grayzx7r

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grayzx7r says:

Foreign Waiter

Eh ?

well he was'nt english was he,  and he was very exitable

so he must be Italian ?

yes or no

 

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