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Old 10-13-2012, 02:10 PM   #1
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How long till marquez kills someone??




and this is practice folks, not even qualifying.

and once again, no penallty
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Old 10-13-2012, 02:21 PM   #2
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He's too impatient. Hopefully it doesn't come down to him killing someone or even injuring someone before they put a stop to it. Being he's their golden child though, it'll more than likely get ugly before it gets better.
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He's too impatient. Hopefully it doesn't come down to him killing someone or even injuring someone before they put a stop to it. Being he's their golden child though, it'll more than likely get ugly before it gets better.
Golden Child is right, Sic only had to look at another rider wrong :angry7

Guy's a dirty , I got no time for him.

Maybe it's his eyes and a prob with depth perception but happens round him way too often for it to always be just a "racing" incident imo
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He's too aggro.
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he was way too aggressive, looks like he expected the other rider to back off...
no reason to expect that, the other guy had the line and the wheel on him...
so sudden unexpected braking or anything that i can see that the other rider did to contribute to the off...
i have heard folks talk about how dirty he was but this is the first real example that i have seen where he was soley at fault....he should have backed off
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It's like he thinks he's playing Xbox racing games and he thinks people just bounce right up when he pushes them off track.
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he was way too aggressive, looks like he expected the other rider to back off...
no reason to expect that, the other guy had the line and the wheel on him...
so sudden unexpected braking or anything that i can see that the other rider did to contribute to the off...
i have heard folks talk about how dirty he was but this is the first real example that i have seen where he was soley at fault....he should have backed off
here's another obed,

watch it, replay it, look at his positioning of the bike as he makes the pass on Luthi

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Old 10-13-2012, 07:29 PM   #8
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This was one me off , he didnt stop after the red flag was waved and rear ended Rathhapark Wilairot at race pace . All he got was a 1 minute penalty

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someone should take a pipe wrench to that kids knee caps and call it a racing incidient.

I was fully expecting a team brawl was in order after this one.
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Old 10-13-2012, 09:28 PM   #10
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mofos get out of my way next time.. I'm tired of holding back.. that goes for you too jimbo
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I didn't see that until now. That was way too aggressive, that dude will get what's coming to him.
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Old 11-09-2012, 01:21 PM   #14
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and here we go again


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Newly crowned champion Marc Marquez will start his final Moto2 race from the back of the grid after being punished for a clash with Simone Corsi in Friday afternoon practice at Valencia.

Corsi was sent tumbling through the gravel after contact from Marquez as the Spaniard tried to overtake.

Marquez ran off track, but stayed on two-wheels - just as when he tangled with Mika Kallio in practice for Motegi, Japan.

After moving from fourth to first on his final lap of Friday practice, Marquez walked down to Corsi's Ioda pit box to apologise - however Corsi had already left.

Marquez had not been punished for the previous Kallio incident, but Race Direction has taken a different view on this occasion.

“Marquez been sanctioned with starting from the back of the grid for the incident with Corsi in FP2. He has 1 hour to appeal,” said a message on the official MotoGP Twitter feed, followed by: “Marquez's team have confirmed they will not appeal the decision.”

Marquez finished third from the back of the grid at Phillip Island in 2011, after also being punished for a practice incident.

The teenager, previously a world champion in 125cc, will step up to MotoGP with Repsol Honda next year.
http://www.crash.net/motogp/news/185...rsi_clash.html

if someone comes across a vid of the incident please post it
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Old 11-09-2012, 01:28 PM   #15
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Lets just hope that, like Sic, if he kills someone its himself.



Too soon?
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And again in FP. I guess race direction finaly realiszed they can't keep callling these racing incidients when they're not even happening during the race...

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too soon, you'll have to ask those that hated him on moment and now adore him. It is unfair to begin with. Here's at least one comment (try and guess who).

http://www.crash.net/motogp/news/185...uez_clash.html


“Marquez is a little bit too aggressive but I think we are in the same situation as Simoncelli,” said the Tech 3 rider. “He doesn't want to crash but his ability to feel the limit is a bit different than the other riders.

“So for him it is normal [to ride like this] but he doesn't mean to be aggressive but it doesn't matter. If you are dangerous you will have to change your style. But I don't want to speak about today because I didn't see the crash.”
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Old 11-10-2012, 09:58 AM   #18
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I like Rossi's comment,

“I like Marquez very much,” said the Italian. “His style, skills and aggression is good to follow. He's a talented guy but sometimes he is a bit too aggressive. In MotoGP the speed is a lot more high and it is more dangerous so I think that naturally he will be a bit more quiet.”

I translate that as he will simmer the f*** down
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The Assassin at work again. He is good at what he does, like the Profesional. One thing I notice in all this, is he'd rather not give his opponent a fighting chance but would prefer to pick them off, like an assassin. The more I see he really just doesnt acknowledge that other people are on the track. In his mind he has already passed them eventhough there're in front of him or have position on him, he's already written them off in his head. Not a bad skill to have in such a sport. I like Cal's comment, he really is'nt worried about anything that bothers others. He puts it all behind him, whatever it is, even when its not and just goes forward, on or off the track.

Here he says to the guy in front try stoping on this freshly painted wet strip of paint, nudge.


and later, I guess practice makes perfect, pulls off the move that got him trouble earlier in weekend.



and one for old times sake, Biaggi never did anything this bad. elbow out way in advance.

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He rides dirtier than I drive in Forza 4... that's pretty dirtay..!
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