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Matthew Birt  says:

Jorge Lorenzo relieved Yamaha committed to Austin test

Reigning world champion Jorge Lorenzo has spoken of his relief at Yamaha’s decision to join rivals Honda in next week’s Austin MotoGP test in Texas. HRC agreed to arrange a special three-day session for Dani Pedrosa and Marc Marquez to help the Spanish duo learn the challenging Circuit of the Americas, which joins the MotoGP calendar for the first time in...

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Bootlegger

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Bootlegger says:

Should be worth a comment or ten

HRC and Yamaha laying groundwork prior to the race is sensible enough. On the otherside of the pond, Ducati, Gobmeier etc are playing it pretty damn smart..

Judging by the Sepang tests,they actually have nothing to gain by wasting money travelling to TX. The front row may be so fired up on the start line that it all ends in tears,

Anyway,less than a month to go. Patience, y'all.

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BigKatDaddy

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BigKatDaddy says:

High Hopes..

I have high hiopes that this year will be better that the last few. Admittedly there are 2 main favorites, but there are, as has been said, a number that can mix it up a bit. Shame Casey's gone, 'coz I reckon it would have been a hell of a bust up this year with potentially 6/7 good runners on reasonable bikes.]

Really want Ducati to puill thier finger out and see Dovi and Nicky taking a few scalps. He says picking up his half full glass ;-)

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BigKatDaddy

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BigKatDaddy says:

I also have a sticky 'i', sorry..

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Lorenzo99

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Lorenzo99 says:

Should be good !

    It should be a very good season.Rossi back on the Yamaha & fairly safe to say back on form ie podiums & race wins should now be possible.Dani showed top form the end of last season beating Lorenzo convincingly race after race.No reason why he wont be able to repeat that this year.

    Young Marc Marquez,a man on a mission who looks from testing at least that he could live up to the hype if he can stay on.Jorge Lorenzo,the spartan & reigning world champion.Super smooth,super consistant & super fast.

    All four are on the best Moto GP bikes money can buy so no one has a disadvantage there.If it aint good this year then theres no hope for Moto GP.Cant wait for battle to comence.

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CaseyIsGONE

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CaseyIsGONE says:

well said lorenzo99...

...it just seems the stoner fans are biased and stuck up assholes, much like their idol!!!

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CH987

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CH987 says:

CaseyIsGone

" biased and stuck up assholes"    Unlike you of course

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CaseyIsGONE

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CaseyIsGONE says:

your ugly as fuck. yes its you stop lying everyone knows the truth, ugly.

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