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Valentino Rossi fastest in Catalunya practice

Valentino Rossi’s love affair with the Catalunya track near Barcelona continued today when then Italian topped the practice leaderboard to deny home heroes Jorge Lorenzo, Dani Pedrosa and Marc Marquez. The nine-times world champion has an incredible record at Catalunya with 10 MotoGP podiums, including six wins, and the 34-year-old shone in scorching hot conditions today. A best lap of 1.42.297 in...

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doohanfan

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doohanfan says:

the same Nakomoto Wosi

who said he would be happy to have a son grow up to be like Stoner, among universally positive other comments about him. Why in any case do you consider Nakomoto to be an authority on this particular aspect of Stoner's character alone when you avowedly despise and distrust him and Honda in general? In any case he is a company man, and his contract offer for Stoner to continue speaks loudest. 

I personally don't care to analyse or comment on the psychiatry or psychology of people including motogp riders whom  I have never met, and consider it  fairly meaningless for anyone else, qualified or otherwise, to do so, whether trolling on gp bike racing forums or in any other context. I actually disagreed with a previous poster's application of  psychiatric terminology to you.

The dose related neurological effects of alcohol, on the other hand, are very much scientifically proven  and require no speculation; I am relying on your own testimony as to your consumption of Strongbow. 
 
Stoner if he was as good as Rossi  should have won the 2012 championship; in saying this I think he was a long shot before his crash at Indy due to factors within his control but the crash at Indy could have happened to anyone including the great one beloved by you.

Stoner also won 2 premier class GP championships, and 38 races, which puts him in advance of most riders in history other than Rossi, particularly given that 23 of the race wins and one of the championships were for Ducati. He has now retired; get over it.


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TetsuoSama

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TetsuoSama says:

Ah, Wosi

Your powers of delusion are immense.  Comprehension?  Not so good.

I used the term "lack" to mean insufficient, not non-existent.  It goes without saying all these guys have talent.

You used the term talentless to describe Rossi and I ran with it because ... you know ... it was a freebie.

"wosi is right under your skin."

You're always talking in the third person, man.  Nobody sane does that.

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wosihound

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wosihound says:

The very same doohanfan..

..and the mere fact a man with much respect for Stoner in other areas of his game, who is orange through and through with no axe to grind and was his boss for 2 years, should give you a clue.

You use his words to extoll virtues of Casey's character, then dismiss them when they don't suit with wishy-washy half baked theories about him NOT being fit to judge?

I AM over Stoner Pal, you AIN'T..because like the man himself, you reckon he's due a bit more credit.

Sorry to disappoint and all that.

 

Moonwalking backwards while splitting hairs now, Tets?

That's some sort of Olympic standard gymnastics you've got going on there Brother..you got an agent?

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TetsuoSama

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TetsuoSama says:

I'll wait, Wosi

While you edit and re-edit your posts.  And you think you're under my skin?  Lolololol.

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wosihound

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wosihound says:

Hahaha..just being polite and tidying up punctuation. Not really wosi's game this typing.

Nevertheless..facts is facts and the story remains the same.

Will you be claiming spelling victories next Son?

 

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TetsuoSama

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TetsuoSama says:

Whatevs

"just being polite and tidying up punctuation."

I saw big chunks of text changing so ... yeah ... don't know why you'd lie about it.  No biggie.

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weskit

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weskit says:

Gucci bikes for fat businessmen on Viagra

F**king b*stard

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wosihound

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wosihound says:

Tets..

..who put you in charge of forum etiquette Pal?

At the stage wosi was tidying up grammar and punctuation..nobody had replied. It was two minutes after I'd put it up and after clicking and seeing it in it's full glory, realised it needed tweaking.

I wasn't altering the gist of my comment to hide anything, or make a later comment seem abstract or pointless, let alone being rude enough to delete a post that had received a reply..Eh doohanfan?

You strike me as an argumentative so-and-so who feels the need to be viewed as a big hitter here?

You're not making a very good job of it today.

What exactly is your problem sunshine?

 

PS. Sorry weskit, nothing personal. :laugh::biggrin::wink:

 

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TetsuoSama

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TetsuoSama says:

"At the stage wosi was tidying up grammar and punctuation."

First is was just punctuation but now it's grammar and punctuation.  The plot thickens on edit-gate.

I'll put a disclaimer on that previous paragraph because I'm pretty sure you're not going to work it out for yourself: not serious.

"You strike me as an argumentative so-and-so who feels the need to be viewed as a big hitter here?"

Don't know what the hell you're on about there.  I think it's pretty clear that I put a bare minimum into my posts here.  Again, not so serious.

"What exactly is your problem sunshine?"

I said it was no biggie, bloke.  Really, it's not.  Build that bridge.  Relax.  Jeebus.

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wosihound

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wosihound says:

More like fucko-gate Tets.

Oh..OK..you got me..while I was changing the whole context of my comment by altering huge swathes of text to set myself up to look like a prick, is what I meant to say.

You happy now dull boy?

BTW..do you have to leave 2 spaces after every comma and full-stop? It looks ever so sloppy and offends my purist grammatical sensibilities.

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