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Old 02-14-2007, 10:08 AM   #21
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Old 02-14-2007, 10:58 AM   #22
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How many DNF's and crappy results did Rossi have compared to Hayden? And Rossi was at the top of the rankings going into the final race...you tell me who's the best. :dontknow:
To bad racing is about finishing. :laughing6
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Old 02-14-2007, 11:01 AM   #23
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hayden for sure had the best bike this past year and his skill and consistancy won him the title....rossi however does have the most natual talent...i think...but then with this year everyone bein on the new 800's i think the playing field for all the factory teams has been leveled.....

even suzuki could get a podium....this should be a good year.....the only thing moto gp is slow to doin is doing the weight min. should be like f1....where the rider/driver and machine weighed together....that way jockey size riders don't get as much of an advantage just cuz they r short!!!

lil people....lol...j/k
They have weight restrictions onthe bikes... but pushing that on riders would be tuff.
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all you people meaning me. right??? :laughing6 if someone alienates you from liking something then you never liked it in the first place. I posted two sites where he can learn and read all he wanted to know. asking who's the best is a opinionated badsed question. sarcasm is my friend.
dont lecture me about the defintion of alienating someone, btw just cuz you dont believe his question was one a "true motogp fan" would ask doesnt mean you belittle him, cuz if you read the thread he was offended. I didnt mean to single you out, but at that point I had just about enough with people making sarcastic and condescending respones to people with curious questions. peace out.
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Old 02-14-2007, 03:51 PM   #25
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btw i'm very curious as to what suzuki is gonna do with the new 800 rule. I wonder if we're gonna hear about biaggi ever again. yall think he's gonna climb back?
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btw i'm very curious as to what suzuki is gonna do with the new 800 rule. I wonder if we're gonna hear about biaggi ever again. yall think he's gonna climb back?
Who knows... I really don't care about him but, he is a good rider.
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btw i'm very curious as to what suzuki is gonna do with the new 800 rule. I wonder if we're gonna hear about biaggi ever again. yall think he's gonna climb back?
What do you mean you're "very curious as to what suzuki is gonna do with the new 800 rule?" :confused1

Call me old fashioned but I believe they are going to attempt to build a competitive machine in an effort to supply their riders with ample opportunity to win the title.Which I believe will be the exact same goal that all the other MotoGP teams will be striving for...

And as far as Biaggi is concerned, I really think he has written a permanent ticket out of a factory MotoGP ride... he may pull a Barros and ride a year in WSB then get a satellite ride, but I doubt we'll ever see him on a factory bike again.
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Obviously Hayden is the best rider with the best equipment as of now. This year will bare its own fruits though and will probably be another exciting year of racing.
doesnt he ride a yami?
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Old 02-15-2007, 01:18 PM   #31
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doesnt he ride a yami?
Nope, Repsol Honda #69...he needs to go ahead n hop on a yami though...(help his lap times )
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doesnt he ride a yami?

Honda for the win.
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who's the bad on the yami?
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who's the bad on the yami?

Rossi the pothead. hes cool too.
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Rossi and Colin. Colin Edwards is our local boy making the rounds in MotoGP.
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oh.. so its rossi.. i knew it was one of those big names...

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And topping the timesheets in Qatar...:icon_bigg
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oh.. so its rossi.. i knew it was one of those big names...

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Don't forget about Colin. He is from Conroe and is no slacker out there.
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And topping the timesheets in Qatar...:icon_bigg

yupp. while hayden is eating pavement.
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yupp. while hayden is eating pavement.
and i see you've been reading up good job. rossi is king but hayden is good too. but now that everyone is healthy i think the natural order of things is to return.
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