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    My ass was clenched the whole race.. mind you that could be old age and not knowing the consistency of the next fart.
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    Mat Oxley on the designer of Ducati's secret developments.

    https://www.motorsportmagazine.com/a...smosedici-fly/
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    Thank you for the link Pritch, what a fantastic read.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pritch View Post
    The idea of a sprint race seemed a bit desperate and likely to cause additional casualties over a long season. That latest effort though certainly didn't lack interest.
    And another injured rider...

    We'll have no grid soon

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    There are reports that Razgatioglu (sp?) is getting another test on the M1 prompting speculation of a switch. Be interesting to see how he'd do.
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    Currently he'd be better off jumping manufacturer if he was considering jumping class.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pritch View Post
    Mat Oxley on the designer of Ducati's secret developments.

    https://www.motorsportmagazine.com/a...smosedici-fly/
    Yes incredabile stuff about Ai

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    Breaking news
    Enea Bastianini will miss this weekend's #AmericasGP. The Italian will be replaced by Michele Pirro as he continues his recovery from a shoulder injury

    Olivera is turning up but riding is pending medical checks
    The Portuguese star is set to return to action at the Americas GP if he passes a medical test after picking up an unlucky Round 1 injury

    MM is out, Pol is out = Who else???

    Bezzecchi is on a roll and I quite like the guy seems very genuine.
    Hopefully Miller will do well we need someone from our neck of the woods to be up there

    1 day 18hours to go
    On a Motorcycle you're penetrating distance, right along with the machine!! In a car you're just a spectator, the windshields like a TV!!

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    I'll take Miller or Binder in either race on the podium as a win for us.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Reckless View Post
    Breaking news
    Enea Bastianini will miss this weekend's #AmericasGP. The Italian will be replaced by Michele Pirro as he continues his recovery from a shoulder injury

    Olivera is turning up but riding is pending medical checks
    The Portuguese star is set to return to action at the Americas GP if he passes a medical test after picking up an unlucky Round 1 injury

    MM is out, Pol is out = Who else???

    Bezzecchi is on a roll and I quite like the guy seems very genuine.
    Hopefully Miller will do well we need someone from our neck of the woods to be up there

    1 day 18hours to go
    This is a great watch.

    https://youtu.be/yb8-ZHftWBA

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    Cheers OAB, that was indeed a great watch.

    So, in a bring back bradders moment, Honda have yet again bought in Bradyl, to replace MM - the same test rider that is at least partly responsible for producing a shit Honda 4 years running FFS.

    Here Bradyl announces MM is an arsehole on the bike.

    https://www.crash.net/motogp/news/10...-too-impatient

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    Quote Originally Posted by sugilite View Post

    Here Bradyl announces MM is an arsehole on the bike.

    https://www.crash.net/motogp/news/10...-too-impatient
    He also said he did the impossible... so 6 of one, half a doz of the other

    I think MM will only be around one more season, or maybe 2 tops.
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    Quote Originally Posted by onearmedbandit View Post
    This is a great watch.

    https://youtu.be/yb8-ZHftWBA
    Cheers Mate seen the miller one but that too was good
    On a Motorcycle you're penetrating distance, right along with the machine!! In a car you're just a spectator, the windshields like a TV!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by iYRe View Post
    He also said he did the impossible... so 6 of one, half a doz of the other

    I think MM will only be around one more season, or maybe 2 tops.
    Personally I feel with the money MM already has, he should do everything he can to get out of the last year of his Honda contract and get on a ducati. He is not my favourite rider, but i do firmly believe he is still the best by quite some margin.

    I was too busy to contribute to the dangerous riding penalty debate. I feel for the first offence the rider should get a double long lap penalty at the very least. Repeat offenders start from pitlane, and if the rider they took out has to miss races due to injury, then the offender too has to miss the same amount of rounds and start their first race back from pitlane. All riders think about at this level is the championship. Im sure offenders would somewhat modify their ways fairly swiftly with those rules in place.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sugilite View Post
    Personally I feel with the money MM already has, he should do everything he can to get out of the last year of his Honda contract and get on a ducati. He is not my favourite rider, but i do firmly believe he is still the best by quite some margin.
    The question is, I know AM is thriving on the Duc, but would MM? He has said he prefers a bike that is more ... err.. manual - he wants to be able to make it do stuff... Can he do that on the Ducati?
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