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Matthew Birt  says:

Jorge Lorenzo’s boss reflects on triumphant 2012

Jorge Lorenzo and Yamaha’s pre-season preparations were pivotal in helping the Spaniard capture a second MotoGP world title in 2012. That's the view of Lorenzo's factory Yamaha team boss Wilco Zeelenberg after he wrapped up a second premier class world crown at the end of October. Lorenzo made a blistering start to the inaugural 1000cc campaign by winning four out of the...

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wosihound

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wosihound says:

Let the heart ache begin..

Ruling the roost & taming the beast, are amongst the most over used and delusional hyperbole uttered by fans of the sensitive Australian, who jacked because his missus told him too.

He didn't rule any roost at all, buk buk buGERK, certainly not the one at home..in fact let's not forget, he got beaten by his team mate this year.

Are we wrong to ask how Pedrosa - who has won nothing after all this time on the best bike - was the man able to send him scuttling back home under a cloud?

Take away 2007 and Casey was always getting beaten on the Ducati with less wins and more DNFs.

Is that taming any beast?..surely it's just getting worse results and crashing more often.

During his last two years at Ducati, Stoner finished 4th..on a bike that was a lot closer to the opposition than it is now if Hayden's results are anything to go by.  

He got beaten twice as often as he won while on factory machinery..Four years out of six.

In 2010 - after four years with Ducati - Stoner lost to Lorenzo by 158pts.

That's only 29pts less than Lorenzo's gap to Rossi this year..One-and-half-points-a-race better than a washed up old clown with half the seat time?

I can feel the pain #27ers..but this is the reality.

Come on..let it all out.

Blubity blub..

 

 

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vtwinmark

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vtwinmark says:

"Lies, damned lies, and statistics" is a phrase describing the persuasive power of numbers, particularly the use of statistics to bolster weak arguments".....

....and here we have it ONCE again, beaten by his team mate.......Yawn.....Do you have anything new to say Wosi?....Thought not.

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yzrm1

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yzrm1 says:

vtwinmark

.......Yawn.....Do you have anything new to say Wosi?....Thought not. i think its enough. going backwards every year winning less and less crashing more then often, having more troubles then any other rider with his body and mind doesn't sound like a great rider to me. wanna see an great rider? an rider able to ride with 2 broken ankles. try jorge! wanna see great fishing....try stoner! like hayden's title was down to other failure by others so are casey's titles. and the fans know this!
 

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vtwinmark

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vtwinmark says:

yzrm1...or Wosi wannabe...

....as its Christmas, I can't be arsed to get excited about your  strangly wosiish, rantings. So have a few beers (if your old enough) and think of some original material.....and get your bloody laptop fixed, the caps button aint working.

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