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Matthew Birt  says:

Aragon MotoGP: Jonathan Rea satisfied with seventh

Jonathan Rea declared himself satisfied to finish his second MotoGP appearance in seventh position at the Motorland Aragon yesterday, but admitted his inexperience with the level of sophisticated electronics had prevented him from challenging for the top six. Rea finished in a lonely seventh but after finishing 43 seconds behind race winner Jorge Lorenzo in Misano, he was happy to have...

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YamahaGYTR

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YamahaGYTR says:

Yes I agree 7th is a good result for JR he deserves a seat in MotoGP that is for sure out of all the Brits I rate Johnny highly.

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neilf

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neilf says:

Question

How do you enter line breaks in these forums? I hit return when I'm taping and the line breaks appear, but as soon as I click on "submit comment", they cannot be seen.

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neilf

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neilf says:

That should be...

... typing, not taping.

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buelligan272

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buelligan272 says:

bultoboy

you really are pathetic at times.Have a look back at that thread and see how many people agreed with you...I will remind you....NONE.

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Nostrodamus

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Nostrodamus says:

Not so Buelli

Bulto is one of the rare ones on here that speaks sense. How many little empty headed little yellow fools are lining up behind you Buelli?

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buelligan272

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buelligan272 says:

surprise surprise

I wonder why you jump in to try to defend him?
Obviously you did not read the thread because bultboy made a complete fool of himself trying to justify his stupid statement.Nobody agreed with him.
I can bring it up again if you want any proof.
Agreed he can talk sense but occasionally he puts his foot in it and proves all he knows about racing is what he reads and certainly not from experience.

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rkaye

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rkaye says:

Rea's on-track safety

Has anyone noticed how Jonathan Rea seems to be at the center of on-track incidents in the races he participates in? Look at WSBK and MotoGP this year; he is either the cause or part of the aftermath nearly every time.

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Nostrodamus

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Nostrodamus says:

'Put his foot in it' ha, ha Buelli

How many times have you managed just that in this thread alone, three, four? A more likely scenario would be that those manky little toes of yours rarely leave those loose flapping lips.

Experience eh Buelli. You do know that Bulto regularly competes splashing about in the mud don't you? Let me guess, you once flag marshall'ed at a Snetterton club race?

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Bultoboy

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Bultoboy says:

Buel you soft sod

My terms of employment don't include tossing about on the net during working hours, so I've only just got to catch up as net access during the day is limited/non-existent.

If you think I made a twat of myself over the 'focus' issue, fair enough, your choice, I'm not going to argue it as 1) that was another topic - although I see you've regurgitated it on the  Lorenzo thread so I may pick it up there and 2)  you are wholly incapable of putting a reasoned argument together. You criticise and mock and contradict, but not once do you back up your contradiction with any basis of fact.

On this thread you made an arse of yourself with your Rea / Rossi comment. Now you tell me, what did I say in my summation of the Rea / Rossi lap times comparison that you find inaccurate or disagree with? Or that I made a twat of myself over?

Try and be objective

As for this  -  proves all he knows about racing is what he reads and certainly not from experience.  -  I have nothing to justify to you and don't give a toss if that's what you think. You made the same accusation when I said I'd had an operation for arm pump and could understand what another rider had to contend with if suffering with it during a race. (that's compartment syndrome by the way and nothing to do with carpal tunnel) Makes no odds to me.

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buelligan272

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buelligan272 says:

nostroboy

I have been in many a paddock and pitlane over the years including the one where you sat on the grass banks at the end of august but I guess you paid where I did not.Last time was in 99.

No you have nothing to justify and to be perfectly honest I am not interested in you or anyone else on this forum.





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