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Matthew Birt  says:

Jorge Lorenzo boss: Hard to repeat 2012 consistency

Reigning world champion Jorge Lorenzo’s factory Yamaha team boss Wilco Zeelenberg has admitted repeating the stunning consistency of 2012 will be a tough challenge for the Spaniard. Lorenzo clinched his second MotoGP world title last season without ever finishing lower than second, which included six victories in Qatar, Le Mans, Catalunya, Silverstone, Mugello and Misano. But Zeelenberg said repeating that remarkable sequence...

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CHRainmaker

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CHRainmaker says:

Mr Rat, I appreciate there's not much to eat in the sewers..

..but it appears you've been eating far too much of what is there and now it's backing up and coming out your mouth.. I never said that Cal would beat Dovi's Tech 3 record - I mean he could, and I have faith that he will, but only time will tell us that he has. Crutchlow's a top boy, if he can sort out his consistency he'll be in with a shout of the podium on more than one occasion, unlike the lame horse you're still clinging on to. As far as MM is concerned - I have no great claims on him, but unlike you my furry friend I did recognise his potential before the testing had begun. Being so small, I guess jumping on bandwagon's is your only means of transport?...

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DaniPedola

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DaniPedola says:

Ah POR

You must be the little fanboy faggot Marc often talks about doing things to. I never wish harm on anyone while riding their bike, but in your case I'll make an exception.

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CHRainmaker

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CHRainmaker says:

If I'm Mr Cowell..

..that must make you my bitch, Louis Walsh?..

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moto4

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moto4 says:

Nostro

Your attack on what I clearly stated was simply my opinion is unjustified and unfair. Nothing I said in my post was anything that the riders themselves have admitted as much: Casey has said (check out your MCN Sport) he would rather go for the win in every race and see where he ends up. Whereas Lorenzo has said repeatedly since 2010 that he believes consistency is more important than a win at all costs mentality. He stated that he wants to win championships more than races rather than Casey who wants to win races and let championships take care of themselves. Anything else was my opinion. I was not saying anyone was wrong merely that I prefer the race by race approach. I do acknowledge that will mean Lorenzo will probably surpass Stoner especially given their differing career paths. But why shouldn't I prefer one style to the other? And which part are you saying is drivel and tosh?

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moto4

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moto4 says:

Nostro

Your attack on what I clearly stated was simply my opinion is unjustified and unfair. Nothing I said in my post was anything that the riders themselves have admitted as much: Casey has said (check out your MCN Sport) he would rather go for the win in every race and see where he ends up. Whereas Lorenzo has said repeatedly since 2010 that he believes consistency is more important than a win at all costs mentality. He stated that he wants to win championships more than races rather than Casey who wants to win races and let championships take care of themselves. Anything else was my opinion. I was not saying anyone was wrong merely that I prefer the race by race approach. I do acknowledge that will mean Lorenzo will probably surpass Stoner especially given their differing career paths. But why shouldn't I prefer one style to the other? And which part are you saying is drivel and tosh?

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wosihound

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wosihound says:

Team orders..

As a sub-plot, #1's against #2's is probably top of the list.

Lo & Ped stated top dogs..clean-cut and squeaky clean-ish.

MM & VR, badboys..hardly likely to take team orders lying down.

Then there's who'll spit the dummy first.

Sundays..

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wosihound

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wosihound says:

Crikey..

SSHhhhh..

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Bultoboy

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Bultoboy says:

Deja Vu

Meltdown alert

Warning, warning Will Robinson

Meltdown imminent

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cornbowl

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cornbowl says:

I think not

that's just a Fat Welsh git, 'with more front than a rat with gold teeth'. I suggest someone administers a good dose of Rodine to this two legged rodent, and exterminate his multi-accounts, BaaBaaa

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cornbowl

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cornbowl says:

Fat-twat

Nice to see I'm ruffling your wool/fur, you low-life underbelly of the Welsh community, now off you go, down to the tip, it's teatime.

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