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Liam Marsden  says:

Mugello MotoGP: Lorenzo eases to victory

Reigning champion Jorge Lornzo eased to victory in Mugello today to record his second win in a row. Pole sitter Dani Pedrosa got off to a good start, but a hard move from Lorenzo at the first corner sat him up and Lorenzo then led to the flag. Marquez got a good start to settle in to third place behind his team-mate...

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Jan 11

Posts: 301

yzrm1 says:


mm not affraid to hurt another. but after falling lost his balls. so hes affraid something might happen to him? but isnt affraid to do shit with other riders thats what i call pussy. the overtake on dani after Jorge? PUSSY.

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Jun 11

Posts: 2568

PaceyCasey says:


Too many Pimms maybe 'BBB'???????????

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Nov 11

Posts: 829

Firebird3 says:


Pedantic.......and as I said, irrelevant.

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Mar 09

Posts: 5451

Nostrodamus says:

Gorgeous George

Inch perfect and just strung them out with his relentless pace. A fine win on that Honey (Badger?) of a racing motorcycle, he really is a joy to watch with his graceful fluid flow. Shame the Repsol boys couldn't hound him until the end and provide us the spectacular it potentially seemed to be shaping up to in the first half.

AB & Nr.6. More of a racing incident than the Marquez torpedo, but if blame is to be apportioned then more so on Bautista's side. The world nr.6 never had the race pace to run with the two plus one Aliens though, that's fanciful yellow tinted speculation. I was looking forward to see if nr.6 could maintain his qualifying station by the end of the race after his terrible start.

I'm sort of surprised race direction didn't hand Bautista points the moment they saw who the other rider on the deck was. The waning influence of nr.46 perhaps. It is almost more surprising they didn't red flag the race three laps from the end and declare the race from the last time MM crossed the line. But perhaps even that would've been a step too far for Dorna given MM didn't play the ham it up game.

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Mar 07

Posts: 276

PC... I'll buy that for a dollar!!

Maybe yzrm1 (and this is just a theory...) Marquez doesn't want to knock Dani off, so only clean over takes are permitted. First rule in Motorsport, don't wipeout your team mate..... I very doubt he's lost his bottle, his balls or his mojo. These riders are as tough as old boots!

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Apr 13

Posts: 371

So we have

Racing incident, racing incident with Bautista at fault, Bautista at fault (which he was), and then there's TetSumoDickhead. Is it a cry for help Sumo, all this attention seeking?

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Sep 11

Posts: 87

monkeyninja says:

Yeah, pissed off more than anything because this was a chance to see a proper duke out between the five front runners - and by that I include Cal who is overperforming on a satellite bike.

If we ignore the hysterics of the one-lap wonders - Dovi and Bradl who both found their rightful place in the race - and look at the form, Lorenzo was destined to be unstoppable, no ifs nor buts. Dani, Cal and Marc were all contenders. However, Rossi would have been in the mix (yes I know he crashed thanks to Bautista but they were both lucky to walk away thanks to the air fence). do you expect someone react when they are torpedoed off their bike in front of 60,000+ Italian fans? I saw the interview too and he seemed suitably downbeat on having had a possible podium taken from him.

He does need to find something to improve his qualifying to get him out of the mid-pack mayhem which he was so often subject too when on the Ducati.


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May 09

Posts: 270

JustBe says:


Rossi is just too old now, needs to go to SBK.

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Nov 03

Posts: 2270

saturn392 says:

Lorenzo Alien number 1

Pedrosa Alien number 2

Marquez at this moment can't control his speed - accident waiting to happen. but will be Alien number 1

Titsup Sammy -Twat - for the genuine reason that - he's a twat!

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Jun 11

Posts: 2568

PaceyCasey says:


Yeah, pissed off more than anything because this was a chance to see a proper duke out between the five front runners - and by that I include Cal who is overperforming on a satellite bike.


Firstly, you can always 'underperform' but never 'overperform'. It's impossible bud.

Secondly, I count 4 front-runners. Have I missed someone?

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