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Old 07-26-2006, 10:33 PM   #21
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Old 07-26-2006, 10:49 PM   #22
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i feel lots of tension between a certain 2 people on this thread
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Old 07-26-2006, 11:09 PM   #23
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Who the is "nikki", for chrissakes it's NICKY. He's not a chick.

Anyways, anyone who has followed the liam shubert saga knows little P has personality and is likeable...he is just very intense about his job. Yeah, he's not Rossi the goofball/motogod, but who is?

And anyone who says mladin is done...eh, the man still wins races regularly. However, the traction control rule change in AMA should make things VERY interesting late this year or early next year, especially for the ducati boys like hogsdon and bboz their bikes should be way more competitive. Same for Zemke and Duhamel.
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who's rossi? does he go out to PP1? :icon_bigg
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The season is not over .. yet.. I think if Hayden can handle the pressure and not choke he will sneak away with the championship.
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IMO, rossi is the best, but nickys getting better. i think next yr will be awesome. nicky will be seasoned, hopefully rossi's bike will hold together. though w/ the 800cc its gonna be a trial season for all the marques.
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Old 07-27-2006, 09:32 AM   #27
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yeah nicky really had rossi's number this season.
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^^And yet he still won the race. Hmmmmmm?
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don't leave Dani behind, he has a chance too.
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who's rossi? does he go out to PP1? :icon_bigg
i heard he tried to make it out, but had engine and tire problems or something... :laughing6
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nicky's tire

yeah nicky really had rossi's number this season.
rossi's looks a whole lot worse and it was before he finished the race.
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cry about it some more.
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Old 07-27-2006, 12:20 PM   #34
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if everybody's tire is like that, then it porbably wld be something on the track surface! lil more, lil less for diff ppl, cos everybody s lines are a LIL different

and rossi is buddha, u can c it in his face he is GOOD at wat he does...

if u wld bother, u wld notice that the GREATEST in ANY sport, any field , have a saintly calm and serenity on their face, usually!!
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Old 07-27-2006, 12:22 PM   #35
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I personally like all the riders out there on the grid this year. It is an amazing season for us Moto fans and general bike nuts. Rossi and Nicky were my 2 favorite picks before the season ever began (Use the search function to check for facts.) and it is turning out to be exactly what I expected less Rossi having some major equipment difficulties. Unfortunately for him this is racing and winnning means you have to finish. Add the fuel from a few wins for Nicky and he is gaining the needed confidence to put him in the top. As far as the rest of the season goes.... I could careless who actually wins the championship. (I do not get paid either way.) BUT I am looking forward to seeing some of the best racing MotoGP as ever witnessed.

On a side note... I am sure the Dr. will do whatever he has to so he can be out there chasing down the front of the pack. Even if he has to borrow Din's 7 series.
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Aint no tension here, just stating facts. There is always good talent coming up in the ranks. It does take time for the newer guys, But the sponsors pay the bills on these teams and the SPONSORS want results for there return. If there has been a solid champ thats great like i said they get tired also of kicking everyones , thats why they move on. But for the PAST champs that cant for some reason get the results, thats why the sponsors bring on new talent like the SPIES,PEDROZAS. Now if you feel that im wrong prove it, Ive been around a family who raced all my life and i know how this stuff works. Regardless i dont give a what anyone thinks, I like Rossi and Nicki both they are great riders. I also like Miladin, Spies,Edwards, all those guys are good in my book. My dad got out of racing when he did because he had nothing more to prove and there was younger people whom were better coming up the ranks and thats who the sponsors look at.
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Old 07-27-2006, 08:51 PM   #37
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Aint no tension here, just stating facts. There is always good talent coming up in the ranks. It does take time for the newer guys, But the sponsors pay the bills on these teams and the SPONSORS want results for there return. If there has been a solid champ thats great like i said they get tired also of kicking everyones , thats why they move on. But for the PAST champs that cant for some reason get the results, thats why the sponsors bring on new talent like the SPIES,PEDROZAS. Now if you feel that im wrong prove it, Ive been around a family who raced all my life and i know how this stuff works. Regardless i dont give a what anyone thinks, I like Rossi and Nicki both they are great riders. I also like Miladin, Spies,Edwards, all those guys are good in my book. My dad got out of racing when he did because he had nothing more to prove and there was younger people whom were better coming up the ranks and thats who the sponsors look at.
Who's your dad? Apparently he was a pretty outstanding racer if he got bored with his competition...
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Who's your dad? Apparently he was a pretty outstanding racer if he got bored with his competition...
and the o chap from the top ropes with authority. i'm usre his dads bike is in the barber museum.
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My dad raced pro-mod funny cars, and he didnt get bored with the competition he knew it was his time to get out when he did because of the factory sponsored teams with the big pocketbooks came in and he couldnt compete with there tecnology. Big bucks meen bigger better equipment and money to buy racers. Im just saying these guys are all great but theres always someone hungrier and better thay just gotta prove themselves. Everyone has reasons why they dont finish the race, tire failure, engine damage, sweat in there eyes, blue whatever. Who gives a they are all good riders. Quit crying guys and trying to make points here, nobody gives a if you can one up somebody Im done with this BS . SEE YA. girls.

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My dad raced pro-mod funny cars, and he didnt get bored with the competition he knew it was his time to get out when he did because of the factory sponsored teams with the big pocketbooks came in and he couldnt compete with there tecnology. Big bucks meen bigger better equipment and money to buy racers. Im just saying these guys are all great but theres always someone hungrier and better thay just gotta prove themselves. Everyone has reasons why they dont finish the race, tire failure, engine damage, sweat in there eyes, blue whatever. Who gives a they are all good riders. Quit crying guys and trying to make points here, nobody gives a if you can one up somebody Im done with this BS . SEE YA. girls.
<Steve O Chap thinking to himself>

... he just called me a girl. Boy, he sure did burn me... whatever am I going to do to restore my manhood? I don't think I'll ever be the same.

Wait... mom always told me that sticks and stones can break my bones but names will never hurt me. Golly... I think she's right!

Thanks mom!

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