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Old 03-15-2011, 01:51 PM   #21
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We do just a bit, but it does get pretty heated, but at the end we all cool, except we hate grinchy and his fancy accent and getho british slang

One thing is for sure, everyone in the room hates stoner but me
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We do just a bit, but it does get pretty heated, but at the end we all cool, except we hate grinchy and his fancy accent and getho british slang

One thing is for sure, everyone in the room hates stoner but me

never said i hated stoner, when he on it nobody can hang but he needs to be more consistant


the only thing he is consistant at is crashing
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Old 03-15-2011, 01:56 PM   #23
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never said i hated stoner, when he on it nobody can hang but he needs to be more consistant


the only thing he is consistant at is crashing
Read ducati front end issues - i hope so

Hey flossi has 2 already
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never said i hated stoner, when he on it nobody can hang but he needs to be more consistant


the only thing he is consistant at is crashing
it is so useless to try and argue with alrova about anything related to , he'll google an excuse before you can hit the submit reply button.
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Read ducati front end issues - i hope so

Hey flossi has 2 already
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Read ducati front end issues - i hope so

Hey flossi has 2 already
so the everytime stoner crashed it was the bikes fault
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so the everytime stoner crashed it was the bikes fault
he said that they found the problem up until Aragon, after that it was all his fault.
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so the everytime stoner crashed it was the bikes fault
no, it was googles fault, alberto found an excuse for the crash cause on there!!
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he said that they found the problem up until Aragon, after that it was all his fault.
same excuse a noob would give.. its the bikes fault
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Interesting twist in the season. Not to downplay the tragic events at all, but this could really effect what seemed as a sure win for Honda and the chances of Yamaha as well depending on where their factory is located.

Interview with Shuhei Nakamoto, HRC Executive Vice President

Q: What happened in Japan is devastating, and we are all hoping that the rec overy process will be as fast as possible. What is the situation for HRC - how will this disaster effect the racing activities this coming year?

For sure the situation is very difficult in Japan, and our thoughts are with all the people directly involved. As HRC, we have been lucky with no big problems, even if now it is difficult to work at our head office - we can work only five hours per day due to the power restrictions put in place. Also access to the office is very difficult - the main train cannot reach Asakadai station - the closest to our office, and it is very complicated to reach work with only 50% of trains operating. Because of this situation many people try to come by car, but now the traffic is incredibly heavy and is taking up to 3 hours to reach HRC, instead of only 1 and it's hard to get petrol as petrol stations are closed. Another problem is related to our suppliers. Many of them cannot work at the moment, and this is a potential problem for the racing activities in the coming weeks. So far we have all spare parts we need for Qatar and Jerez races, but after that, if the situation will not c hange, we will have to manage this carefully. Anyway, everybody in Japan is trying their best to fix the situation and we hope all together we will solve all problem as soon as possible.


Could Rossi end up winning the championship because of this? Another miracle for the Doctor?

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Interesting twist in the season. Not to downplay the tragic events at all, but this could really effect what seemed as a sure win for Honda and the chances of Yamaha as well depending on where their factory is located.

Interview with Shuhei Nakamoto, HRC Executive Vice President

Q: What happened in Japan is devastating, and we are all hoping that the rec overy process will be as fast as possible. What is the situation for HRC - how will this disaster effect the racing activities this coming year?

For sure the situation is very difficult in Japan, and our thoughts are with all the people directly involved. As HRC, we have been lucky with no big problems, even if now it is difficult to work at our head office - we can work only five hours per day due to the power restrictions put in place. Also access to the office is very difficult - the main train cannot reach Asakadai station - the closest to our office, and it is very complicated to reach work with only 50% of trains operating. Because of this situation many people try to come by car, but now the traffic is incredibly heavy and is taking up to 3 hours to reach HRC, instead of only 1 and it's hard to get petrol as petrol stations are closed. Another problem is related to our suppliers. Many of them cannot work at the moment, and this is a potential problem for the racing activities in the coming weeks. So far we have all spare parts we need for Qatar and Jerez races, but after that, if the situation will not c hange, we will have to manage this carefully. Anyway, everybody in Japan is trying their best to fix the situation and we hope all together we will solve all problem as soon as possible.


Could Rossi end up winning the championship because of this? Another miracle for the Doctor?
no chance he'll be able to take it this year.
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Interesting twist in the season. Not to downplay the tragic events at all, but this could really effect what seemed as a sure win for Honda and the chances of Yamaha as well depending on where their factory is located.

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For sure the situation is very difficult in Japan, and our thoughts are with all the people directly involved. As HRC, we have been lucky with no big problems, even if now it is difficult to work at our head office - we can work only five hours per day due to the power restrictions put in place. Also access to the office is very difficult - the main train cannot reach Asakadai station - the closest to our office, and it is very complicated to reach work with only 50% of trains operating. Because of this situation many people try to come by car, but now the traffic is incredibly heavy and is taking up to 3 hours to reach HRC, instead of only 1 and it's hard to get petrol as petrol stations are closed. Another problem is related to our suppliers. Many of them cannot work at the moment, and this is a potential problem for the racing activities in the coming weeks. So far we have all spare parts we need for Qatar and Jerez races, but after that, if the situation will not c hange, we will have to manage this carefully. Anyway, everybody in Japan is trying their best to fix the situation and we hope all together we will solve all problem as soon as possible.


Could Rossi end up winning the championship because of this? Another miracle for the Doctor?
no that will just make it easier for him to run top 10..... maybe top 5 if there are some crashers
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Old 03-15-2011, 02:33 PM   #33
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YOU MEAN SOFTER OF THE TWO RIGHT!!!!!


I guess the moaning is starting to grow on you

DOOD, listen to the interview, don't read the transcripts

http://www.motogp.com/en/videos/2011...ult+Qatar+Test
He said SOFTER tire

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I feel there's so much talking no one actually listen to the race's commentators.
we turn the volume off so we can hear alberto sobbing

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We do just a bit, but it does get pretty heated, but at the end we all cool, except we hate grinchy and his fancy accent and getho british slang

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but the chicks like it right james

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he's like a rabid dog, just when he quits whinning and and you think you're getting through he starts foaming at the mouth and howling and you just want to shoot the fkr
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and no one likes Jimmy Dean either

and if you're gonna keep dragging up the past

the last time stoner was 3/4 of a second faster than the GOAT




take a tablet quick alberto
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and if you're gonna keep dragging up the past

the last time stoner was 3/4 of a second faster than the GOAT




take a tablet quick alberto
The illegal pass again, dood, stop living in the past. Also, he is 1.3 behind NOW IN THE SAME BIKE DINGO WAS FASTER THAN HIM
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Key statements that immediately jump out of my pre 2011 file are :
1) Burgess's 80 second spin
2) Rossi's 'he's not trying hard enough'
3) Stoner's 'he'll find out when he rides it'

Voodoo chile ,circa 2011 :
1) 180 days ain't enough.
2) Rossi's not trying hard enough.
3) Stoner's found out how easy it was for Rossi.

Well,that was just 5 months of testing and torment.
Testing times and nothing has changed.Really since Valencia.

15 million Euro Marlboro mistake.
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I've learned to never count the Doctor out. Thankfully I have Spies to root for in Rossi's absense on the podium this year.
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When your Boy can ride like this, then we talk, oh wait, he is in the back learning, or trying

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dude, you're ruthless!! just wait till crashes out of his next race!! we'll pick on you about it and you will just ignore us as if nothing ever happened. you won't call us, you won't text us, you won't google chat with us and you won't message us on facebook!

SORE LOSER!!!
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