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Old 07-26-2006, 05:40 PM   #1
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yeah nicky really had rossi's number this season.

more bad luck. engine failures tires chunking........... this is laguna

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Old 07-26-2006, 05:48 PM   #2
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Im not saying that Nicky had his number, just that Nicky is doing better and Rossi having some bad luck...
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i guess all that was nickys fault too
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in what lap did rossi start having problems?
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Im not saying that Nicky had his number, just that Nicky is doing better and Rossi having some bad luck...
some bad luck?? nikky is actually leading because of this bad luck. his engine failed while he was in first tires chunked while racing for a podium and tires failed racing for this podium. he was looking at the championship if it was not for these factors.

i'm not saying i'm happy for him but i'm saying he's far from straight up beating rossi.
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i guess all that was nickys fault too
who said it was nicky's fault you knit wit.
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nicky has been on fire.....
his racin has been almost flawless all season
rossi is startin 2 crest as champ....
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nicky has been on fire.....
his racin has been almost flawless all season
rossi is startin 2 crest as champ....
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switched teams...no luck
talkin of goin 2 F1 and NASCAR
hes 7time world champ(3000+ POints as well)....he has conqured the GP circut
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nicky has been on fire.....
his racin has been almost flawless all season
rossi is startin 2 crest as champ....
capitalizing on other people's mistakes/problems is undoubtedly part of being a champion, BUT... rossi is the better rider. as long as he's in the GP, he'll be on top. It's not over yet
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switched teams...no luck
talkin of goin 2 F1 and NASCAR
hes 7time world champ(3000+ POints as well)....he has conqured the GP circut
he talked about nascar to poke at nascar noticed how he said it's not really a track. :laughing6

switched teams no luck?? he swtiched to yam and won season is still not over though. rossi is still the better rider hands down.
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no doubt rossi is the best in the world
but i think he has the urge 2 move on
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no doubt rossi is the best in the world
but i think he has the urge 2 move on
He already resigned with Yamaha for 07... with the level of competition currently in GP he's got a tough battle ahead of him for next year. But i still agree he is the the best in the world.

He's down by 51 points... if his engine didn't blow at LeMans tack on 25 more and take away 2 from Hayden. That makes the gap just 24 points...

He now down by 24... if his tire didn't chuck out at China while he's in 4th place you can tack on another 15 points which brings the gap to just 9...

He's now down by 9 points... if he finished in 3rd at LaGuna I'm pretty sure he'd make up that gap. :icon_bigg

Rossi is still the best, there is no doubt about it... he's had 9 years of good luck, it was bound to catch up to him.
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I'm one to be happy someone else is winning, Rossi is a great guy, great personality, but , it get's boring seeing him taking first place every race. Nicky deserves this, now with Pedrosa as teamate, and the fact that he's got talent (pedrosa) I guess he's even more motivated than ever. I personally don't like Pedrosa too much, he's got the personality of a zit.
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I personally don't like Pedrosa too much, he's got the personality of a zit.
Up until Laguna I would have completely agreed with that comment... but the pre race interview that Freddie Spencer did and the post race interview that Greg White did were great. I think he really showed some passion for the sport and he even smiled! I'm not a Pedrosa fan... but I'm not going to root against him anymore.

Come to think about it... other than Sete and the back markers I really enjoy all the racers! I just want to see good hard racing and I think this year has been awesome simply because there has been sooo much diversity in victors and pole sitters.
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Its the way of the world you can only dominate for so long then you get bored with the sport. Take miladin and Ben spies for example. Miladin has been a dominant person and then comes Ben Spies hes been kickin Miladins all year long. Come on 8 podium #1 finishes. Miladin is a washed up rider. But yes i do like Rossi great rider hands down and Nikki yes i like him also but he deserves it also, and if he dont look out Pedroza will eat his lunch. Nikkis contract is up at the end of the year and he better cross his fingers that Repsol resigns him, he needs podium finishs.
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Its the way of the world you can only dominate for so long then you get bored with the sport. Take miladin and Ben spies for example. Miladin has been a dominant person and then comes Ben Spies hes been kickin Miladins all year long. Come on 8 podium #1 finishes. Miladin is a washed up rider. But yes i do like Rossi great rider hands down and Nikki yes i like him also but he deserves it also, and if he dont look out Pedroza will eat his lunch. Nikkis contract is up at the end of the year and he better cross his fingers that Repsol resigns him, he needs podium finishs.
Have you watched ANY racing this year?
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Every time its on, Dont get me wrong im a long time follower of miladin, but be honest he is consistent and still good, but look at Spies he is aggresive and so is Nikki. Theres always younger groups of riders coming up in the world trying to prove themselves. Sponsors look at that.
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