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Liam Marsden  says:

Aragon MotoGP: Pedrosa eases to victory

Repsol Honda rider Dani Pedrosa dominated today's MotoGP race at Aragon to win from Jorge Lorenzo by over six seconds. Lorenzo took the lead from the start, with Pedrosa close behind. Pedrosa passed Lorenzo after a handful of laps before easing in to the distance. Lorenzo tried to keep pace with Pedrosa but suffered a rear end slide and was unable...

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May 09

Posts: 884

CH987 says:


Pasport rider, like Pedrosa, Marquez, Hayden, Spies, Bautista, Rossi and another certain Italian on an Italian bike next year.

What it comes down to is this. He needs to improve next year. I'm saying can he? You're saying he can't. I didn't think he should of got the ride at the time.I thought J Rea would of been a better choice. But he's done ok so far and has done well enough to get another year. Next year he needs to take another step up, certainly if he wants to stay at Yamaha. Can he do it? Maybe.

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Dec 08

Posts: 1982

thestig08 says:

baahbennyfit hmmm is it today

You get your hand out So you can keep your sky and broadband connected you sad meaningless pond life,the tv and pc screen the only things not covered in dust you glassback

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Jul 11

Posts: 1894

CHRainmaker says:

Dovi has no class..

...I mean, did you see the size of that snotball hanging out of his gargantuan hooter? - sweet mother of god, it had snow on its lower slopes!..

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Aug 02

Posts: 1540

superbol says:

It dont matter whos on what bike

Its just the racing so predictable same two riders swapping postitions every other race or two . Probably theres at least 7 riders capable of winning its just macherinery restricting them and thats not a good spectable for race fans .As I pointed out before the Bsb supersport race AND Moto2  alone was and probably be more exciting than this years entire Moto Gp season !

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Sep 12

Posts: 209

MrKrabs says:

Can't wait for next year when Crutchlow hands Dovi his arse every race, had the pace this season but its only his second year and he's still on a learning curve, couple of self inflicted errors, a bit too careful first couple of laps of races but with another year and winter testing behind him he could really flourish next year.

Fair play to Dovi he rides a wide bike, but that's about it, never going to challenge at the very top, he's just an averagely quick, reliable rider with a wide bike. Never be anything more.

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Jul 12

Posts: 3190

wosihound says:


The thinking man's MCN poster schizoid Benny, has little else to do but think - as he struggles with the quick crossword in The unemployed miner & steelworkers monthly freebie..while picking his prepuce down in tumbleweed central.

A bit like Dovi will be thinking.."Why the fk did I come and ride for this shower of shit".. this time next year. He might also think and wished he had made a better effort while riding a Repsol for the biggest and best manufacturer for three years..


Crutchlow may not be over blessed in the grey matter department, some would say he puts his mouth into gear too quickly.. much like the spineless Welsh mammal lover here. Baaa.

Who gives a fk though, he's a bike racer not a free loading politician, banker or bitter little doley exploiting the benefits system, taking the piss out of normal hard-working people who have a bit of self-esteem and pride.

Cal's fast though, very fast. He's brave, extremely determined and has goolies the size of water melons..admirable traits for his chosen profession, that have helped him prove beyond all doubt to a lot of knockers, he deserves his place at the MotoGP table.

He has way more potential going forward and will live long and prosper while Dovi must be thinking about saving every single penny from that fat two year factory contract for a not too distant rainy day.


Pesonally, I for one would love to see the Welsh get the independence they keep pissing and whining on about. It might wise them up a bit..make them a little more understanding of the demands and harsh realities this modern world throws up. That to be a player you first have to earn respect from your contemporaries. Take, take, take while giving fk all back gets you nothing to be happy about. It goes some way to explaining the aimless dis-satisfaction and resentment.

Chas Davis understands this..which is why he got the fk out of there as quick as possible and speaks with an English accent, seeking to put distance between himself and the view most have of his bitter, ungrateful cuntrymen.

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Apr 11

Posts: 1681

ow01fogno1 says:

Shout it out.

I love Italian better job than you,I have a job better than you, you have no job,no real friends,no Point in living. Just jump.......

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Jul 09

Posts: 279

AdieMonk says:


you're quite right.  Dovi is beating Cal in just about every area.  Podiums, points, and the number of times they have been lapped in a MotoGP race.  Dovi 1, Crutchlow 0.


Dovi is a class act, and I like him a lot, ditto Crutchlow.  I'm happy as long as either of the satellite Yam's score a podium.


Oh, how many front row starts has Dovi had this year?  It's a serious question, I'm not trolling I promise....

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Apr 11

Posts: 1681

ow01fogno1 says:


not at all you italian breadstick sucker,great days racing and podium for redding which was quality and another good fight by the tech boys ,important to secure points toward keeping 5th in the championship too, dovi does have better race pace i agree with you there but he also has more experience , a lot more i may add but again it was there for the taking and cal probs was going as fast as he could go so fair play. wont be the same when he rides the duke tho so smile away sheep snogger. enjoy it while it lasts. 

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Aug 12

Posts: 66

CJeffrey says:


Pedrosa is on fire, if he didn't have that problem at Misano he could of been right on Lorenzos case in the championship standings. All Pedrosa needs to do is keep this momentum up going into the following few rounds and make Lorenzo make a mistake somewhere and he'll be right back in the hunt for the championship.

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