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Matthew Birt  says:

Marc Marquez remains upbeat after disaster Down Under

Spaniard Marc Marquez refused to be too downbeat after he saw his commanding MotoGP world championship lead slashed in half after a disastrous Phillip Island race.Marquez knew going into the Australian clash that if he scored eight points more than Yamaha rival Jorge Lorenzo, he would clinch a historic first premier class crown.A dramatic weekend though dominated by major Bridgestone...

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revbenjamin

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revbenjamin says:

Probably soft rears and rock hard fronts >>>>>>>>>>>>> just sayin

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supermario

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supermario says:

Have you ever given serious thought to riding

a Vespa GS off Beachy Head benny?

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Nostrodamus

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Nostrodamus says:

hypothetically speaking

Let's presume the British GP at COW was held in the spring time as it is in Cowes Philip Island. Is the Welsh spring weather temperate and consistent enough for your rock hard fronts? I fear some cold tearing.

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Nostrodamus

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Nostrodamus says:

Interestingly

Marc Marquez now holds the lap record at P.I. A time he set on lap 13 Sundays race...

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supermario

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supermario says:

So that would be the second lap

of his second set of tyres.....?

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revbenjamin

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revbenjamin says:

HUH!

It's not in the least bit interestin jackass      I doubt it will stand as he was disqualified at the time.

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pogo_it says:

Rev, if he was disqualified at the time, does that mean vr was 2nd, as clearly marc wasn't in the race when Dani let him past?

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revbenjamin

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revbenjamin says:

Indeed !

Dear bouncing stick - The Lord giveth and the Lord taketh away. Oh dear.

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Nostrodamus

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Nostrodamus says:

au contraire

our pedlar of superstition it is rather interesting in the context of continuity. The cherry on top of possibly GP's biggest ever orgy of errors. Dodgy Uncle Carmelo's 'suck on this' consolation prize to MM.

Given the lack of a viable GP track in Britain and the ever dubious weather perhaps the British round will one day be held at one of the soon to be discarded Spanish tracks, in much the same manner that Brands Hatch used to host the European round of WSBK.

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revbenjamin

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revbenjamin says:

Vivid imigination

Dear Nutstro >>>>> dream on dear boy.   By the way whatever happened to Eastern Creek perhaps they should take the 2016 round back there. Any track with a corner called 'The Hay Shed' should follow Laguna and be dropped.

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