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Matthew Birt  says:

Yamaha boss: Jorge Lorenzo a ‘winning machine’

Yamaha boss Lin Jarvis reckons reigning world champion Jorge Lorenzo is a ‘winning machine’ after the Spaniard’s brilliant start to the defence of his crown in Qatar last weekend. The 25-year-old recorded an emphatic start-to-finish victory at the Losail International Circuit to make the perfect start to his bid for a third premier class crown. Lorenzo was never in any danger of...

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Bultoboy

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Bultoboy says:

Won't be missed Wosi?

You're clearly missing him as your return from recent leave sees you mentioning him regularly....

 

 

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simoncbr1000rr

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wosi

U know full well if stoner had not crashed, which they are all on the verge of every race he would have won the championship or come 2nd to lorenzo, even with fuk end splitarse putting weight on the bikes to upset the honda as much as possible.....the chances are if the rules had not been messed with yet again stoner would have been on it the same as 2011, I'm not saying he'd have won the championship but it would have been pretty likely......I hope rossi can do it this year simply because lorenzo is so fukin boring to watch......

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hugelean says:

Ago wasn't even in the same ball park as Rossi, relies almost entirely on scooter wins when he was the only one with an engine fitted..and he still didn't win all of them Fact.

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simoncbr1000rr

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wosi

Lets just remind ourselves of the time when michelin made tyres specifically for rossi in his stellar period.....there was A, B and overnight rossi grade.....for his miracle run to the front on sunday.......when the control tyre rule came in his win rate fell through the floor and so did his title wins......

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Bultoboy

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Bultoboy says:

Hugelean

Sorry, but the stats say it all, you can't argue with the numbers - no-one will repeat them. Therefore GOAT.

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simoncbr1000rr

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his equipment was so superior it was laughable.

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wosihound

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wosihound says:

Purist horseshit son..

That's all well and good Simon..very noble.

..but in reality, we all have favourites for a multitude of different reasons. Some more valid than others depending on your perspective. Human nature Pal.

There's little doubt fans were anticipating a good season before Qatar, Sunday delivered a great start. There are so many sub-pots to be sorted out, it's facinating for the hard core. Hopefully the action will continue on track too.

The racing cannot be any worse than it has been the last 2 years, IMO..let's hope Rossi being back on a good bike and young Marquez will look after that.

1000fps slo-mo of Stoner supposedly drifting when he's not..don't really do it for me.

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simoncbr1000rr

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lol wosi

I love watching rossi race and loved watching stoner too....I really hope rossi can take it to lorenzo this year

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Bultoboy

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Bultoboy says:

Simon

Ago

Level of his equipment is irrelevant. Whatever it was he made best use of it. His achievements will not be surpassed and no Motogp rider will ride the TT again, let alone win it about a dozen times.

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simoncbr1000rr

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level of equipment irrelevent?

I don't think so......then the gap was monumental

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