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Matthew Birt  says:

Nicky Hayden tips Marc Marquez to shine early

Factory Ducati rider Nicky Hayden says he expects highly rated rookie Marc Marquez to be competitive immediately when the new MotoGP season kicks off in Qatar in early April. Marquez will replace retired double MotoGP world champion Casey Stoner at Repsol Honda in 2013 and several high profile rivals have tipped the teenager to make an instant impact. The latest is American...

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carcleanerboy

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Rainmaker, mr Krabs

Ok maybe ego was the wrong word, But its amazing how we all start to talking with a bit when one of us issues a statement like that. Casey definately had inferior equipment for most of his career, which in turn handicapped the number of titles he achieved. So why are the one eyed supporters trying to claim there was nothing wrong with the Ducati for the last two years Rossi's rode it? It cant be both can it?? otherwise Stoner should have won titles between 08 and 010. Personally i would hope a super talented rider has to have blinding pace and bike control AND the composure to not push too hard when its not quite his day. Its good to talk sense in here sometimes, the fanboy my rider is better than your rider shit gets boring. Manufactures are weaker than others, slower riders win more titles than blindingly fast wreckless riders, thats the nature of the sport.

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wosihound

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wosihound says:

Good lad..don't knock it til you try it eh?

You seem to be confused though?

wosi agrees with you that Stoner was a special talent..on a bike.

But however you paint it, you'll NEVER convince me and many others he's the complete racer and rounded individual you like to think he is.

Too many tantrums and fk ups.

 

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CHRainmaker

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CHRainmaker says:

Who said he was the complete racer??..

The complaint the majority of Stoner fans have, is the way in which he is derided and abused as if he was the only rider guilty of ever making mistakes. Tantrums and fk ups..bollocks! They're all as guilty or innocent as you want them to be..

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carcleanerboy

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Rainy

Exactly, not one of them is perfect,despite what many want us to believe.

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wosihound

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wosihound says:

Not the only one to make a mistake. Not the only one to complain..for sure.

But wosi didn't make the moaner monicker up and force everyone to use it CHR? It stuck for a reason, whether you agree with it or not.

The mistakes under pressure are there for everyone to see and when Nakamoto, his boss who cried when he left, says he made mistakes..surely even you must pay attention?

Ducati trying to diss Rossi is not the same thing. There are reputations at stake.

Bleating on and saying it's all bollocks is your prerogative Pal, as is avoiding the issue and trying to deflect any valid point with a childish snipe at Rossi.

It just confirms you're a bit of a fanboy.

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MandyRamola

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MandyRamola says:

Wosi

And you keep confirming you're a moron.

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wosihound

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wosihound says:

Baa..

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saturn392

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saturn392 says:

CHR

''Lorenzo is just too middle of the road for my tastes.''   To be fair to Lorenzo he started his rookie year in 2008 on fire ...  with pole positions in the first three rounds  backing them up with 2nd 3rd and a win ... the youngest rider to finish on the podium on each of his first three races.  He then broke both ankles in a nasty off in practice for the China GP.  This was then followed up with several nasty crashes which inevitably dented his confidence.


There then emerged the more mature Lorenzo who had most likely come the the conclusion that the win or bin  approach was not conducive to success and therefore moderated his style and used his head instead of his bollocks

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Nostrodamus

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You're nothing if not a contradiction Wosi

So CHR (who incidentally favours Rossi for the 2013 title) quotes Corse project leader Ciabatti and that is 'childish', yet you reinforce the hilarious witty Oompa Loompa 'Moaner Stoner' line and that's O.K?

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MandyRamola

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MandyRamola says:

Rossi for the '13 title?

Ffs, utter idiocy. It hinges solely on Jorge Lorenzo, Dani Pedrosa and Marc Marquez having nightmare seasons and Rossi being there to pick up the pieces, you've got more chance of plaiting snot than Rossi winning the title. Is CHR Buelligan in disguise?

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