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Simon Patterson  says:

Moto3 Argentina: Fenati bashes his way to the win

Romano Fenati has broken Jack Miller’s win streak, bumping the Australian out of the way on the penultimate corner of the first ever Argentinian Moto3 race to take the first win for Valentino Rossi’s KTM team. "I am happy, because the last win was in 2012. Today the bike was very good and my team worked very hard. I wasn’t well...

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pogo_it

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pogo_it says:

Fantastic race!

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diceman23

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diceman23 says:

 Romano Fenati - The Pinball wizard!

Top race- this circuit certainly seems to have brought the fight out in a number of riders in all classes, good to see.

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diceman23

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diceman23 says:

Do we know if race direction have issued any penelty points for this? Hope not. 

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luckofthewelsh

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Great race

 You're right diceman, all three classes were hard fought today and some great battles going off! Fenati had a fantastic ride, as did Miller! I feel for Miller as he was on it the entire race, but unfourtunately that is racing, it was a hard move but it was a racing incident. Fenati had nowhere to go thanks to Marquez and so had to tap Miller, both parties will plead their case to race direction and i imagine that it will be concluded as a "racing incident" and no penalty points given. If Fenati had tried to brake more I imagine all three would have been taken out, which would have made a certain Livio Loi's day! Loi has got to have had the ride of the day though! Quality all round in all classes i feel!

On the subject of penalty points, I can't help feeling Bagnaia may be seeing some coming his way for that move on Kornfeil at the very first turn.

 

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carloslavado

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carloslavado says:

 This was a racing incident, Fenatti hit Jack. but i didn't seem to be on purpose.

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ColonelClaw

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ColonelClaw says:

I love watching this guy, an absolute bulldog of a racer.

Slightly disappointed with Jack Miller's attitude over the whole weekend. I get the feeling he's got so many people telling him how amazing he is that it's going to his head. Too much gesticulating and moaning. Still, he's a brilliant rider too, so I'll cut him some slack.

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diceman23

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diceman23 says:

 @LuckoftheWelsh

-Livo Loi- Pure Class, even if he does look younger than my nephew

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wosihound

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wosihound says:

Sing when you're winning..

..You only sing when you're winning..


Like most Aussies when they lose..Miller was a disgrace.

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CBR11X

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CBR11X says:

STFU Wosi you dog. Let's hear you sing when you win. That's right, never done a damn thing in your life but spout shite.

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doohanfan

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doohanfan says:

hard to know

what you guys do when you are winning in motogp Wosi, since it is getting on for 40 years since you had a contender. I thought we all had been informed by you that the cupboard was completely bare for Australia in moto gp anyway, but last I looked the reprehensible Miller was still leading the moto3 standings.

I guess his reprehensibility extends to writing the headline for this thread and persuading the younger Marquez to be pissed off as well.  I don't think Fenati had much choice about where he went in the end, but I can understand a rider or riders being annoyed about being beaten after having the lead and the line into the last corner and nearly being taken out.

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