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Matthew Birt  says:

Australia MotoGP: Stoner and Rossi criticise Marquez

Casey Stoner and Valentino Rossi were both heavily critical of Marc Marquez after the rising Spanish star caused a horrific accident during Moto2 practice at the Phillip Island track in Australia earlier today. Marquez slammed into the back of Thai rider Ratthapark Wilairot at Turn 3 after the chequered flag had been waved to signal the end of the session. Marquez was...

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Nostrodamus

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Nostrodamus says:

Me a closet Flo fan Bob?

You're proving yourself to be susceptible as all the others to being proven wrong. Revert to abuse. The Rossi call is of the worst kind!

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arnold22

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arnold22 says:

Marc - what did you do?

Well, this surely should teach him a lesson. This penalty he got made him to start from the back of the Moto2 grid, which makes the race day a bit more exciting. I wouldn't want him to crash into the back of any other rider during the race.

Casey Stoner made a good point. I'm sometimes afraid of someone falling off in the warm-up lap, as some riders tend to slow down at the start, while others don't.

Anyway, hoping to get a safe and good race day tomorrow.

Regards,

Arnold
Interesting read - Rossi-Ducati struggle

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doctorfrank

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doctorfrank says:

C'est la vie

Love reading all these comments from mortal's ( myself included ) who have not got faintest idea what it must be like to compete these guy's level,

Yes it was a mistake from a young lad but this is a dangerous game,and they trust the people around them but every now and then shit happen's,fortunately this time rider's were ok

 

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veronicaisl

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veronicaisl says:

Ben and jorge were out...

now there is a chance for rossi to take the podium because ben spies and jorge lorenzo are out in aussie gp then vale did a good job in warm up session placing 4th place...Get well soon for ben and jorge.

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dev_d7

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dev_d7 says:

Thick

Thick move Marquez... luckily he didnt injury either rider!!!

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