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Liam Marsden  says:

Jerez MotoGP: Marquez continues 100% win record in 2014

Marc Marquez claimed his first ever victory at the Jerez circuit to continue his amazing 100% record in 2014 after also claiming pole position. Marquez was forced to battle with Yamaha rider Valentino Rossi in the early laps as the pair battled for the lead. But on lap three Marquez pulled the pin and eased away from Rossi, who was unable...

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ChupaChump

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ChupaChump says:

Exactly why did Nicky get the sack again?

 WTF.  He knew the bikes potential and just used to get on with the job at hand with no hissy-fits or sniping at the other side of the garage.  Now look at what they've been lumbered with...

Every other week at Tech3, Cal would compare his riding style to Jorge, Casey or Valentino.  Maybe someone should send him some videos of Stoner to watch in between rounds...

I wonder what will break on the bike next time out???

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rocketri17

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rocketri17 says:

Rossi

haters -not many around now, besides ridgeracer having an (odd) rant.

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ElDiabolico

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ElDiabolico says:

Nostrils...

come out come out "whatever" you are...

@ eat shiit ridge retarded... cannot swallow? Ahahahahah!

All these Rossi bashers having premature ejaculation problems on the weekend? Hahahahaha

RESPECT VR 46 

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rocketri17

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rocketri17 says:

Cal

PLEASE just get on with it! You are not as talented/fast as Casey was to be able to get away with tantrums. 

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pannyderosa

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pannyderosa says:

A LITTLE COMMENT FROM A CLUELESS CLOWN LAST WEEK

revnev7 says:

WASHED UP,INDEED....

       The bloke`s got even less point`s than at the same stage last season!   And yet the dream world people on here still believe.   Remind`s me of all those people who belong to the many religious gang`s,the world is blighted with,never let the fact`s get in the way. I`ve read his preposterous claim`s about him missing out on 2 podium`s,1st off he`s got to learn how to set the bike up to deal with the Rossified tyre`s,and blaming SB for him not beating his team-mate,funny as fck!   Let`s face it, he was running wider than a fat bird trying to negotiate a cone slalom,even when no other rider was near him.   It won`t take JL long to overhaul him,and then it will be   business as usual,the 3 alien`s at the front,where they belong.  And the Yamaha will be winning again,ofcourse, as most track`s are Yammy one`s.Qatar was a prime example,but JL dumped it,so giving it to Honda,and a not very fit MM.   It`s a shame it`s taken so long for JL to get set with the new tyre`s,but come Jerez,he will back on it.   Should be stomping!

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DeGrasse

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DeGrasse says:

From Yamaha Racing:

Massimo Meregalli - Movistar Yamaha MotoGP Team Director
“It’s great to see Vale riding on form and back on the podium here in Jerez. It was a tough race and he really earned the podium. Tyres were always going to be critical here with the temperatures this weekend, he chose the hard front and that paid off. Unfortunately for Jorge his 200th Grand Prix didn't end as we had hoped for him. The conditions were very challenging and he was unable to keep his pace to the end of the race. We will take our learnings from today and use them for our testing here tomorrow. We will work to prepare for the Le Mans race as best as possible and be ready to go to France in two weeks.”

I.M.H.O, they are going to push for further upgrades with this chassis, the M1 is still not as ballanced as the RC is and tyre grip is still more of an issue for them.
 

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Stonered

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Stonered says:

 MM is truly impressive again...made the race a little boring...but ya canny blame him for that!! Congrats to Rossi as well...makes the race for second place a bit more interesting at least. Still preferred the Moto3 race though...that was a top race!!!!

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DeGrasse

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DeGrasse says:

I said once Jorges chose the easy way with his 250 style.

Riding back-wheel steering is another step up the ladder.


Movistar Yamaha’s Jorge Lorenzo has said the combination of this year’s YZR-M1 and the new spec Bridgestone tyres means he has to ride much harder than previously so is having to work at his fitness.
www.bikesportnews.com/news-detail.cfm

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Bob Buttamasangy

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DeGarsehole, the only way you could rear wheel steer something is if you sat on it backwards you clown.

The Old Italian Mincer put up a good show but you need to put your c0cks away because it's not him that everyone's chasing.

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ElDiabolico

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ElDiabolico says:

Sponge

MM is in another planet (go Spain) but the rest was chassing VALENTINO ROSSI yesterday.

By rear wheel steering it means that the bike isn't loading the front end so much. Jorge prefers a more stable weight distribution. As we can all see after MM arrival to the big game, the Moto2 (600) elbows down, big lean angles, rear sliding a lot is a better school than the previous 250cc and corner speed.

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