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Matthew Birt  says:

Dani Pedrosa: ‘You can’t leave the door open to anybody’

Dani Pedrosa has given his impressions of the last corner collision between Repsol Honda teammate Marc Marquez and reigning world champion Jorge Lorenzo in Jerez last weekend. Pedrosa took his first win of the season in Jerez with an impressive ride in front of a massive crowd of 111.000 fans, but he was oblivious to the drama unfolding behind him between...

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Sheene Fan7

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Sheene Fan7 says:

im sure if it was MM that left that barndoor wide opening  Lorenzo would have gone for it also

he's mad because he knows he left that opening and got beat

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Wato45

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Wato45 says:

I don't know if Ped can talk about 'open doors' the only time I've ever seen him pull an ambitious 'open door' move ended up with him and his championship leading teammate on the floor.

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weskit

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weskit says:

ffs

Enough with the Honda is faster than Yamaha comments hugelean, they've been going on for months. It's patently obvious to everyone you're just getting your excuses for Rossi in early, but repeating something a thousand times doesn't make it true.

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cheekymonkey

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cheekymonkey says:

Thanks Weskit

It was about time someone mentioned Rossi.

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hugelean

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hugelean says:

Whinykit? you actually read, honda won 12 out of 15 races, and managed to, despite your genes, and upbringing, doing everything in their power to prevent it, drew the correct conclusion. It's hardly surprising that further understand has evaded you..

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weskit

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weskit says:

as usual, anything below superfical too deep for you

12/15 sounds about right given honda had two of the top 3 riders the whole time, especially with George opting for the safe second a lot of the time. And why are we only looking at the last 15 races? Because George won 4 of the 6 before that and it doesn't fit your conclusion?

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hugelean

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hugelean says:

Actually weskit we are just trying to keep it current ie what Honda have achieved most recently .. In a full season with both Casey and Dani(2011) they actually only won 13 races out of 18, meaning they've actually won more since Casey got injured/retired.. cocked hat and all...

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AlexDAbomB69

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AlexDAbomB69 says:

Oh god

Someone mentioned Casey and Vale in a thread. For the love of God WHY?

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Chongmin

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Chongmin says:

What does Rossi or Stoner have to do with it? In a Spanish TV interview, Lorenzo said he accepted MMs apology and admitted to having made a mistake. As expected MM has sure livened up Motogp. I like his 'take no prisoners' attitude but concede he won't be making a lot of friends in Motogp, accept perhaps with the back runners.

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Bootlegger

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Bootlegger says:

Shaping up like 2012

George vs a pair of Honda aces in the form of Dani and Marc. A dearth of backup in the heat of battle from his illustrious team mate is something he is going to have to deal with Spartanlike and he probably will.

Hugs,old Rossi could have stayed with Ducati this year too and received much support from Audi, aboard the bike he had a huge hand in changing. It was generally the fastest straight line tool in the paddock last year,no matter the rest. Of course Honda and Suppo would not have countenanced a Rossi/HRC return.

They witnessed the mileage he gained for Ducati on an L-4,like theirs,Honda's that is.

Can't have your cake and eat it, now can you? Quit moaning about a miniscule Honda L-4 grunt advantage. Rossi got his Dorna tool of the trade back as he demanded, along with tyres he wanted.

Lets see what the carpenter conjures up with the tools of his choice in Le Mans.

See the worry on everyones face in the paddock next weekend. I'll reserve judgement on Rossi's return until post Mugello. If he can't win in Mugello this year,well,hardly likely his 2013 signing will be considered a smart move outside shrewd Dorna marketing necessity. Meanwhile the battle rages between the Spaniards and a rampant Crutchlow that needs just 1/10th of the blessings the GP gods bestowed upon Rossi in one season of any.

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