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Matthew Birt  says:

Honda expects fierce but friendly fight between Pedrosa and Marquez

Honda is confident that the good relationship that exists between Dani Pedrosa and rookie Marc Marquez will not be soured by any potential battles on track in the 2013 MotoGP world championship. The Spanish duo are both being hotly tipped to battle for the title in MotoGP this year, which will inevitably mean they will engage in some strong battles on...

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Bultoboy

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Bultoboy says:

That's a rather odious reply ratty, just because it doesn't fit with your opinion

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eddl

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eddl says:

I dont recall any other "rookie" showing the speed MM has in testing IMO if he can fight for the championship he will. PS what the fuck was johnny boy playing about at on that bike?

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carcleanerboy

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eddl

Lorenzo....

 

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wosihound

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wosihound says:

Bulto..

..40mph flat out on your DT125 ain't the same as doing 120 round a corner.

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Nostrodamus

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Nostrodamus says:

From what I understand Wosi

your experience tends rather closer to the former than the later.

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Bultoboy

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Bultoboy says:

Bollocks Wosi

40mph my arse

It's got a ported barrel, skimmed head, boost bottle and I've drilled out all the bolts to lose a few grams. It'll do 43 downhill - 45 with the factory STP stickers on. Enough to see of that flaccid C90 of yours.

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MrKrabs

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MrKrabs says:

Rat/benny

Pretty sure Marquez was sanctioned by race direction for his assault on Espargaro  but the FIM overturned it.

One of the big problems with GP really, to much rider power, Marquez has powerful friends to get him out of trouble and so never learns his lesson.

I hate to say but compared to F1 Moto GP is in the stone age when it comes to dealing with riders equitably.

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supermario

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supermario says:

Gotten under your skin again nostrocoward

I can always tell when you're pinched, because you bring that up everytime. I find it hilarious that your fragile ego can't allow for the possibility that somebody else out there thinks you're as big a twat as I do. Looking around lately, that number seems to be growing.

Speaking of alter ego's, who's this guy "nostro" that you often speak of in the third sense?

"Nostro's views are clearly stated

In that I do not believe the world nr.6 will be fighting for the 2013 title, nor do I expect him to be top three at seasons end"

You say you talk bikes nostro, but all many of us can see is a bitter little man who constantly slags Rossi. Why is that? Does his success piss you off? Have you enjoyed so little success in your life?

You're starting to unravel nostro. Both of you.

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Bultoboy

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Bultoboy says:

But

F1 is the other end of the spectrum, the penalties they hand out for racing incidents and genuine mistakes are ludicrous these days. And inconsistent. Vettel caused another driver to damage his car in the last race of last season but mysteriously escaped penalty for something that would normally have been a drive through - as seen in a later incident between two other drivers. Why I wonder? Maybe because it would have ended the fight for the championship there and then, and that wouldn't have been good product promotion to millions of viewers who may have switched off... The incident with the other two drivers had no bearing on the title fight.

World championships are rarely fairly contested, there is too much politics and too much money at stake, sponsors and promotors have too much to lose and there is manipulation of rules behind the scenes. Stoner was right with one of his comments, riders (and F1 drivers) have become pawns in a game.

There will always be one rule for one, one rule for another.

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Nostrodamus

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Nostrodamus says:

Far from it SM

Just the usual suspects - you SM, CCB Buelli, Hardlylean and any number of yellow bellied 46 Monica's. I'm quaking in my boots in the face of the intellectual might and MotoGP knowledge gathered before me. Ha, ha.

I bring up your invisible friend Grantie every now and then because he probably feels neglected cowering in the dark recesses of your mind after I humiliated him first time around.

It would seem you also have problems putting two plus two together. No wonder you're such a little yellow cultist. Nostro is Nostro. Just like Grantie is Supermario.

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