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Matthew Birt  says:

Light delay caused Motegi jump starts, says Valentino Rossi

Valentino Rossi reckons a delay with the start lights going out at the Twin Ring Motegi caused three riders, including Briton Cal Crutchlow, to jump the start in Sunday’s Japanese Grand Prix. Repsol Honda rider Andrea Dovizioso and fellow Italian Marco Simoncelli also jumped the start of the 24-lap race and saw their hopes of a podium in front of senior...

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williewheelbreaker

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Sorry M.O.T.O.K.I.N.G.

I do have to commend you for NOT mentioning Furisawa, M1's, the word Yamaha, or chassis development in your last post. Outstanding! Keep up the good work!

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motoking

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motoking says:

willie

i cann't understand your english. sorry buddy.

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Moaner

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Moaner says:

Ha ha ha

Got ot give it to him Willie... Borat-kings last post was his best by far!

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markgardiner

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markgardiner says:

Rossi's broken a finger? I guess now he'll _never_ pull it out, eh?

Rossi’s broken his finger? I guess that will mean he’ll have even more trouble pulling it out, eh? If you would love a return to the days when real men raced a Grand Prix on the Isle of Man, read ‘Riding Man’! This is a great, true account of an everyman’s dream of racing in the TT. It also covers the history of the TT as the British Grand Prix in detail, and describes the circumstances under which Grand Prix regulars boycotted the TT in the early ‘70s. Suffice to say, back in those days a broken finger was not newsworthy. Get more information about this great book or just download it now at Amazon UK’s site by going here: http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B004R9QPWC

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