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Simon Patterson  says:

German MotoGP: Marquez scorches to win

Marc Marquez has scorched to victory in Germany, taking the win easily despite a late challenge from Cal Crutchlow. Valentino Rossi led off the line, although Stefan Bradl was able to squeeze past on the second lap and hold an early lead, before Marquez also made it past. They then made a small break after a mistake from Rossi dropped him...

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BarkerBill

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BarkerBill says:

Here we go again . . .

Like a couple of choirboys,

Dai and the other echo,  Diabolic, once more chirping along, though devoid of the reality.

Is that a Welsh echo?

 

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R6nutter6

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R6nutter6 says:

Ifs and buts. Pedrosa and Lorenzo were never there for the race. They made the mistakes and sadly paid for it. You need to stay on to win. That's also how you win a world championship.

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Richard1967

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Richard1967 says:

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Call me a sentimental old fart , but its good to see them all smiles and enjoying their racing , Marquez exudes enthusiasm and i think thats bringing it back out of Rossi as well , and Cals determination through a race is great to watch , but those poor woeful Ducatis , how much longer before they pull the plug?

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Hedgehog5

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Hedgehog5 says:

Rev...

"but the race wasn't held in similar conditions"


Not a million miles off...  3 deg air temp/5 deg ground difference... but granted, one would say enough to make a difference over full race distance... the amount of difference, if it had been the other way around, would have people saying they were way off the pace despite the conditions. As it was they were way faster & therefore well on top performance pace for the conditions.

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buelligan272

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buelligan272 says:

great race

Great race even without the top two.Not sure who would have won if they had been there but you got to believe Dani could have beaten them all going by his previous form at the circuit.


Great rides by Marquez and Crutchlow.Seems Cal can go well in the first few laps after all!



Now had to laugh when I read this comment from one of the saddest posters on here.....

Yep Cal made Rossi.....

Look very ordinary today,Cmon Crutchlow.



That is your twisted perspective dickhead.

Personally I would say Rossi's 9 GP titles make Cal's 1 (supersport) title very ordinary.:lol:



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Hedgehog5

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Hedgehog5 says:

Rev...

"It was Marquez' first time here on a MotoGP bike (with a broken finger and a broken toe), and he admitted that he missed Pedrosa and Lorenzo to show him the fast way around the 'ring."


So we had an injured Marquez & an injured Cal & you want to pit them against an imaginary totally fit JL & DP?... what you're saying is had the 2 of them been fit & MM had had his team mate to learn from the pace may have been even faster... I agree with you there but that doesn't mean the top 2 positions would have been any different.

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gixanator

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gixanator says:

really a 4th?

old saying in racing Rev,sorry Dai; to finish first, first you have to finish.

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Sheene Fan7

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Sheene Fan7 says:

you have to be in it to win it and they weren't

ifs n buts don't count.

and about time mcn started banning IP's to stop these perennial weeds coming back

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wosihound

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wosihound says:

Oh dear..?

Funny how a fortnight ago, certain fans said Rossi's win wasn't creditable because Jorge was racing injured..MM too.

Dani & Jorge didn't even race yesterday, yet Benny gets stick for pointing out the same?

..seems a few fanboys are certainly showing us they know the fast way around Cal's ring.

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CHRainmaker

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CHRainmaker says:

By that reckoning..

..Dovi was really a 9th then. Poor whatever way you want to look at it, particularly as he just about managed to extradite himself from the clutches of CRT. Dear o dear, what a waste of company resources...

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