- Moto GP 2014
Also just had the chance to watch it- race of the year and no mistake 😉
I was thinking that Dani could have won that if he’d not ridden into Marquez on the last lap, he was right on it!Posted 5 years ago
Nice to see Rossi stay at the front for so long but i think Yamaha need to find some more speed. If they do that, they could (both) trouble the Honda’s a bit more.
Well ridden Stefan Bradl, he hung on to the back of that group for quite some time.
how long before a Marquez one two in motogp?
Just what i was thinking- or to be precise can Marquez JR one day whip his big bros beeeehind?
Great ride from Dovi- proving the Ducati isn’t completely useless and Mr Crutchlow not too bad either. I suppose 😉
Imagine if Rossi had picked the correct tyre and hadnt needed to start from pit lane, i reckon he might have stopped the Marquez charge 😆Posted 5 years ago
Nein! Nein! Nine in a row for boy wonder!Posted 5 years ago
Far from finding it boring, im actually in awe of this amazing sporting feat.
But I do think they are going to have to chop his legs off or something to stop him winning!
Ever seen so many bikes start a race from pitlane? Mad!
Will he win every race?
Funny you should say that, i’ve been down the bookies with my £20 😉
why do the bikes sound quite so naff now?
At least they don’t sound as pants as this years crop of (12″ rubber dildo adorned) F1 cars 😆
Like F1 i suspect it’s to do with the regulations requiring engines to last ages, instead of the old hand grenades that could be replaced every race weekend. They have to operate to a rev limit which is lower than before (?)Posted 5 years agoslimjim78Member
But that’s just it, the bikes sounded almost as uninspiring to me as the current crop of F1 lawn mowers.
I honestly thought i’d tuned into a feeder series at first, but kept hearing the commentators say ‘Rossi’..
That’s another thing, what’s the deal with Rossi?
I know he was on an iffy framed bike for a couple of years, but is he actually the riding god we all thought years ago or is he being outpaced by better younger riders now (or better bikes) ?
Has his age caught up with him?Posted 5 years ago
Genuinely interested to know.
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