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Simon Patterson  says:

Rossi happy with progress with new chief Galbusera

Valentino Rossi says that his first day testing without Jeremy Burgess at his side was ‘emotional,’ but that he’s pleased with the progress he’s made with new crew chief Silvano Galbusera, who has replaced the Australian after 14 years. Rossi, who rode his new 2014 machine with control ECU alongside his current machine, lapped only 0.1 off teammate Lorenzo to finish...

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DeGrasse

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DeGrasse says:

Druids

WHOT? You're plain funny considering you're in full reality denial here, is that all you've got?

Is there anything which i have said about Lorenzo that you and your pal managed to demonstrate as being false? So i'm the one distorting reality here boy, when you can't distinguish an higside from any other crash and deny the extra skill it takes to control slides as Yamaha pointed out about Rossi.

No, so far my analysis, as opposed to yours is based on facts, proper and informed sources, and when it comes to that, it only echoes guys like Roberts which achievement YOU have been downplaying on false ground of "time" and "age", takes some arrogance to pretend know better than these two.

So stop accusing people of what you do by lack of knoweldge and eccess of arrogance, when these people speaks i listen, this way one can learn instead of keeping talking B-S.

So you're back at your only and sole agrument, since technically you have none, i say Lorenzo stlye can't win everywhere as shows datas, time laps and history, i give perfrectly valid technical and historical explainations to this backed up by the previous, you have nothing but personal B-S and accusation to oppose to it. End of the story.

When a guy like Roberts and Rainey says that Marquez is faster because he can slide the bike and is not afraid of it moving under him (which is what a bike does when it's not set up for corner speed only), they know their tune, i understand it, you don't.

Come back when Yamaha will reverts again to a Lorenzo-technically inspired chassis geometry because according to what Rossi says of its recovered front-end feeling, they're going away from it, which makes my points and not yours.

Have a good evening mister.

 

 

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RawDawg

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RawDawg says:

Matter of fact Wosi and DeGrasse

 How about you two lovely chaps grab your pipe and slippers and maybe some tea or a bit of whiskey (whatever you like) and you two gents can sit around fireplace in your smoking jackets and relive the "good old days". Because that's what they are OLD DAYS of yester year long gone. Rossi hasn't been a dominant rider since 2009 and hasn't been anyhwere near the title fight since then. It's been 4 years chaps - that's an eternity in MotoGP. 

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DeGrasse

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DeGrasse says:

RawDawg

You have a point when it comes to spending time on second rated bikes which was the case with the Duke, but Rossi work at Yamaha this year has paid off and they are out of the twilight zone where they were at the start of the season.

I can't tell how fast he will be next year, but i am sure the bike will be a lot better where it was most lacking in 2013 and that's what the yneed if they want to regain the title next year.

And frankly, if i could chose the way i spend the winter, i'd rather go to Barcelone at K.R racing school or at Mojave learning someting useful, one does what one can with what one have.

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Druids

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Druids says:

Talking about a denial state ?

 Oh Irony.Your boy Burgess has just been fired,  Lorenzo just won 8 races for Yamaha, Nakamoto just stated 2 days ago that the HRC will try to sign him for 2015. You couldn't be more wrong  but remain the only one that keep insisting with Lorenzo's [phantom] flaws. Wake up, you're the epitome of negation.


You're also nowhere near a moto gp engineer, stop trying to make people believe you would know some stuff they don't. You're just another day track boyo with little to none experience in competition. There's a few people with great racing knowledge that make unanimity over the internet but you're absolutely not one of them. Very far from it. Anywhere you're going to post those distorted facts about Lorenzo, people will laugh at you. No has taken the bait, you failed again.


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Bultoboy

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DeGrasse

ok, so you're avoiding the points I made at 17:43 so I'll ask you another question

What did Yamaha do to the 2004 M1 to sort out the issues of 2003. What were those issues?

And I don't mean what did Rossi and Burgess do, I'm talking about the Yamaha engineers that built the bike before he ever sat on one

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wosihound

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wosihound says:

Say Dawg..

..hope you don't mind me pointing out but, it seems you're the one who's getting old and needs a visit to specsavers?

You started taking about the most talented all round rider ever, telling us it's a Yank?..not wosi. I'm just surprised you didn't mention Speez?

I know you're having a laugh with the claim lil' Dani is a better rider than Rossi - haha - nice one.

..his bike is a lot faster mind. 

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DeGrasse

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DeGrasse says:

Druids

Here we go again, the magic turnaround goes one more trurn....

Unrelated stuff to make false points.

According to you, will Honda change the wining chassis geometry of the RC to suit Lorenzo style?

Will Lorenzo suuddently compensate for years of not getting the hang of back-wheel steering and unstable chassis? ( [phantom] flaws) is YOUR desc ription of you having a huge bean in the eyes or a problem with reality.

Where Nakamoto better have him then; at Yamaha or with them considering that in just a little over two years from now, the equivalent of Marquez will be riding a full-specs factory M1 if all goes well for him?

 The best way to make sure the title stay with Honda is to have Lorenzo with them, because unless a miracle happens, when his Yamaha contract ends, he will not be able to do much better than Pedrosa on the RC, you can bet your next X-Mass turkey on this.

If you had the slightest idea (which i am sure you don't by now) you'd understand that unless you are special as were Roberts, Lawson, Rainey, Doohan, Stoner, and now Marquez, it takes years to master the art, then again, some guys never manage.

You have no insight appart for the polite declaration of a guy who does commercial politics, not technicalities, as for Burgess, Rossi firing him doesn't make YOU qualified to comment on his technical abilities and reason for the divorce (what you're specialised on doing actually, talking B-S about people wihtout having a point), he won more championships than you have brain cells containing information on the subject.

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DeGrasse

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DeGrasse says:

Anyway...

I wonder who from Nakamoto and Roberts Rainey or Dohhan would be the most qualified to judge on what it takes to over-ride a bike  the way Marquez does... :)

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Bultoboy

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Bultoboy says:

DeGrasse

Every comment you make is full of the same unrelated stuff. Over and over and over.

You said you understand the evolution of Yamaha's race bikes so answer the question. What did Yamaha do to resolve the issues with the 2003 bike

Or are you going to keep avoiding the question because you don't know or are trying to look it up

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Druids

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Druids says:

See DeGrasse again

blatantly confusing his opinion with a fact. Nakamoto, HRC's team director, did say he'd try to get Lorenzo. End of story. 


All your Lorenzo talks are meaningless otherwise, You're putting words in people's mouth again and again. Show us some of those quotes where it is said that Lorenzo is a sh*tty developer with a terrible riding style ? Let's save a bit of our time, they don't exist, besides in your own head.  As predicated you start acting the same way you did on that french forum. And you look sick enough to believe that that massive number of people now, between here and the other website that asked you to calm the f down with Lorenzo are only a bunch of biased fanboys.  
Hey son, Lorenzo doesn't have so many fans !

You've got to know why so many guys still take offense at your behavior though: 

They're mentally healthy.

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