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Matthew Birt  says:

Valentino Rossi eager to continue Assen revival

Valentino Rossi is eager to understand if the winning form he re-discovered in the recent Assen MotoGP clash carries on into this weekend’s German round at the tight and twisty Sachsenring. The Italian won a premier class race for the first time since the Sepang race in October, 2010 with a vintage display in Holland that saw him capture an 80th...

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ElDiabolico

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ElDiabolico says:

That's it

If you say another stupidity I calling the Gimp...

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ElDiabolico

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ElDiabolico says:

I mean

I am calling... Can't stop laughing at your picture... Sorry I don't believe that's really you... No way... LoL

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wosihound

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wosihound says:

Belleville washers or bellended sofaracers?

Yes, of course..let's find out how to set a MotoGP bike up on the internet?

 

From what has been said by others - and nobody is saying much, apart from the regular fucko's here - Rossi's improvement involves a bit more than tweaking a shim stack & slinging in some different springs.

Wosi's favourite technical pundit, Spalders..said it involved some very clever engineering.

Let's not forget..Val has an Ohlins technician to advise on and manage the suspension. These guys are not bellends and can probably rebuild a set of cartridge forks blindfold, faster than a Green Beret breaks down his M16. 

 

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pogo_it

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pogo_it says:

wes kit is carl cox?

?.... interesting article weskit, now can anyone point honda and ducati towards a fix, ?!

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weskit

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weskit says:

clever bit of engineering eh?

well neither rossi nor burgess are engineers so that rules them out of having anything to do with it. the developmebt genius myth looks consigned even further into the dustbin. wosi the spring shaped proteins that form the basis of your existence seem to be missing a sense of humour, however the great ohlins in the sky was clearly having quality control issues that day.

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buelligan272

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buelligan272 says:

weskit

If you have a word with Nigel Everett about GB's engineering skills you might stop spouting bollox.


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pogo_it

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pogo_it says:

nothing to do with it

So the changes made to rossis bike that led to his win had nothing to do with either the guy who rides the bike, or the guy who translates his comments in to bike changes, gues it must have been the pixies, I wonder what the shoemaker is doing now that all his little helpers appear to have shipped to yamaha en masse

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mickrainey

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mickrainey says:

Thanks Casey

Rossi and Burgess called Casey over and it is he who fixed the Yamaha, all he had to do was cut some of his golden hair off and rub it on the front suspension, for good measure JB also put some of the Stoners hair up Vales pipe..... seems to have done the trick, anyone who thinks Vale or Burgess is at all responsible for anything to do with the M1 is a delusional rumour merchant.

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Firebird3

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Firebird3 says:

Nostro

Your take on the Rossi's suspension issues are obviously way off the mark, as I have never seen your name come up in any race team, suspension setup journals, or anything else to do with bikes. Just stick to your sad fcked up life in front of the Playstation, where, in your sick mind, you think you are a real racer and leave the real life racing to real men. Having sad fckos like you with no knowledge, saying how and how long it takes to set a bike up, plus how to ride, is rather tedious.

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mickrainey

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mickrainey says:

ouch

Bitter...... lighten up man it's not all that serious

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