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Liam Marsden  says:

Qatar MotoGP: Lorenzo dominates season opener

Double world champion Jorge Lorenzo dominated the opening race of the 2013 season to take victory by almost six seconds. Lorenzo got a great start and eased ahead of the field quickly. Dani Pedrosa also got a good start off the front row of the grid and spent a lot of the race in secod place until he was overtaken by new team-mate...

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  • Posted 2 years ago (07 April 2013 21:11)

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Feb 09

Posts: 846

chrisg011 says:


I spotted them after I posted but though - what sort of saddo will be hung up on a typo.
Oh well, I guess we have an answer.

Why does the site revert to trolling individuals - from Nostro who is a Snr troll all the way down to Elbowz who undertakes trolling between nappy changes?

Come on girls and boys, learn a lesson from the Reverand Benny
....make your point with humour, but dont go full meltdown

Ahhh PS - JL for World Title No 5

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Apr 13

Posts: 193

BennytheRev says:

I just wonder ...

... was that it? Was that Lorenzo, Pedrosa, and Rossi's best shout - 'cos Marquez is only just starting. Oh dear.

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Apr 13

Posts: 6

Do you suck the fun out of everything doohanfan?

Don't recall too many posts from you when valentino was riding a ducati.

Well it wasn't really the time was it? That's what makes a joke work you see, timing.

I've been sitting here waiting for two years for this to happen. Haven't washed, eaten or taken a dump in all that time. Just sat at the PC waiting for this result, and all those blowhards listed to slink off under a rock before posting the joke.

And that's that for me.

Post scriptum:

What sort of "sado" gets hung up on a little bit of puerile humour? I guess we have our answer.

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Apr 13

Posts: 193

BennytheRev says:

MIA ...

... the answer to your question is 'YES', he does - but don't let that stop you.

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Jan 13

Posts: 10

YPM47 says:


...... there is no conspiracy. ..... lorenzo will get parts before Cal (but that a given since he is a factory rider and Cal is not). There is no mystery about Cal qualifying well, its a simple matter of the difference between clear track in qualifying and getting stuck behind the 2 (slower in the corners) hondas in the race. The track suited Yamaha who were faster in the turns, Cal lost out cos he had a crap start and was losing too much down the straight, both to the Hondas and eventually to the VR on the factory Yam.

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Apr 12

Posts: 586


Dovi did better than I thought.....hayden is only there to help sell dukes in the old usa as far as I can see......beaten by his new team mate as soon as dovi threw a leg over it......if dovi can make that duke work and be consistent he will have done a good job

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Jan 13

Posts: 220

pannyderosa says:

ha ha simon

dont really think it matters what you think.

the bike is still crap the way it is and no rider will do any good till ducati make some serious changes.

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Apr 11

Posts: 1681

ow01fogno1 says:

Lower the tone

Don't start what ur mum already finished young lad!!!!!

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Nov 04

Posts: 3836

750FLYER says:

Awesome race!

Not as sure as some on here that Rossi would 'definitely have beaten Lorenzo if he hadn't ran wide'.. He'd have been close but who knows??? ..We'll have to wait til next time... I mean.. They don't call him the GOAT for nothing................


......But then..... They don't call Jorge 'Mantequilla' for nothing either!!   ;)


I think this may well be Pedrobot's last season in MotoGP on a factory machine!!!

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Jan 11

Posts: 115

luckyskua says:

I see Cal was 1min 18.764 sec wide of his quote after the Jerez test. Perhaps if he says "Please" at the next interview ?

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