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Matthew Birt  says:

Cal Crutchlow third as Jorge Lorenzo lifts MotoGP crown

Cal Crutchlow gave himself an early 27th birthday present in Phillip Island this afternoon to claim his second premier class podium in an Australian Grand Prix that saw Jorge Lorenzo clinch a second MotoGP world title. Crutchlow celebrates his 27th birthday tomorrow (Monday) and he won’t be the only one partying in Australia after factory Yamaha rider Lorenzo finished second to...

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doctorfrank

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doctorfrank says:

Pedrosa

Can anyone here name me a rider who has been in top factory team since about 2006 and been allowed to keep his seat without winning the title.....

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buelligan272

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buelligan272 says:

ok bulto

I brought it up for exactly the reason I answered Bob but maybe you missed that.
I get sick of you and others continually knocking Rossi/Burgess.
Yes we all know they mouthed off a bit at the start but they thought exactly the same as most thought that the bike could be sorted but it has become blatantly obvious the task is almost impossible especially with the lack of help from Ducati.

No I dont see that result as a great one and neither does anyone else but when you look back to the start of the season with a brand new bike and the gradual improvements that have been made it is a step in the right direction and the team and Ducati have put in a lot of money and effort only for a few clueless numpties on here to slag them off every five minutes when they have no idea of the enormous task they took on and how difficult it is to compete with the likes of Honda and Yamaha.

Abraham was lining up Rossi at one point but obviously felt sorry for him and dropped back to save his blushes. Yes, that's definitely bringing it forward, having your outdated reject bike with zero upgrades putting in a faster lap...


Statements like the one above just show your childish attitude towards Rossi.
If you really believe Abraham let him have the position you are even dumber than I thought.
I mean Abraham has beat him on how many ocassions so far this season??????
One Moto GP rider feeling sorry for the other.....and your a racer....bloody ell.





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buelligan272

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buelligan272 says:

frank

If you watched the race on eurosport it was mentioned about other riders that have endured the same as Pedrosa.
Have you any idea what it takes to win  Championship at that level? Obviously not.

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MandyRamola

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MandyRamola says:

Buelligan

Has the missus let you have the monthly shag already? You seem very frisky. Or have you been on the sherry again and feel fortified? You do make me laugh, your posts only highlight the onset of dementia that your advanced years bring. You will always be a total buffoon, it must be getting near the time for your afternoon nap...

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buelligan272

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buelligan272 says:

bulto

knows more than Mr Spalding....now there's arrogance for you!

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Smackbum

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Smackbum says:

Nearly the perfect result

Just needed Dani to finish ahead of Jorge and keep his slim hopes alive at Valencia.  But that's racing for you.

Anyway - Jorge is the deserved champion for his fast start to the season and consistency throughout.  Dani came good at the end of the season but took too many rounds to get started.  Maybe the tyres didn't help and the debacle at San Marino ruined a great run of results, but apart from that one race he can't complain about bad luck.

Also it is great to see Cal getting a podium - even if somewhat gifted.

But Casey is without peer when it comes to performing at his home GP.  Unbelievable!

 

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TheHoleshot

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TheHoleshot says:

Buelligan272

 

Could you contradict yourself anymore?

most thought that the bike could be sorted but it has become blatantly obvious the task is almost impossible especially with the lack of help from Ducati.

and Ducati have put in a lot of money and effort only for a few clueless numpties on here to slag them off

So ... which is it?

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Nostrodamus

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Nostrodamus says:

Old string vested Buelli

is nothing on MCN if not a contradiction. Or is that he's just a contradiction, or perhaps he's just nothng. Yeah, nothing, that'll be it.

 

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buelligan272

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buelligan272 says:

pathetic bunch

No answers so resort to abuse.Just shows the mentality eh nostro.
All these sad people that have more than one account and hide behind a different name to throw abuse about......Pathetic...:lol::lol::lol:


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Hedgehog5

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Hedgehog5 says:

Yes Buell...

"...look back to the start of the season with a brand new bike and the gradual improvements that have been made it is a step in the right direction and the team and Ducati have put in a lot of money and effort only for a few clueless numpties on here to slag them off every five minutes when they have no idea of the enormous task they took on and how difficult it is to compete with the likes of Honda and Yamaha."

Agreed... Rossi fans are a fickle bunch & will turn on a manufacturer in a second if their rider isn't winning. Many of the criticisms levelled at Ducati are unfair. Essentially they're maintaining their gap behind Yamaha & Honda... what they need to do is up their game & close it... a rider that is willing to take risks may help.

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