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Discussion in 'Racing' started by DC2wheels, Mar 29, 2013.
^Yeah what the last 30 guys said!^
Rossi was indeed turning quicker laps,I think he could have gave Lorenzo a great race with out the first lap miscue.
Really the miscue looked to be Pedrosa slowing too much with Rossi right on his tail. Rossi was smart to pick it up and avoid huge problems.
Pedrosa was really a fast moving roadblock,Crutchlow would have smoked him if it wasnt for the Honda being so fast down the main straight.
But really,it was a great race! Rossi pulled out some of his old magic and put on yet another great show!
Cant wait for Texas. (wont be a sand race there)
Could always go in with a buddy and sign up for www.motogp.com
Great live coverage,replays,videos from past races,not a bad deal.
Marc will only get faster,he was loving riding the big bike right from the start.
yes yes.. rossi rossi rossi... lol
Guess that Ducati really does suck, huh?
Hopefully it won't be the same 2 yamahas and the same 2 hondas all year. Hopefully someone else can get up there for the fun. Cal or Bradl....
I think on that track once your a little wide your out in the sand/dust line and turning fast at speed is real chance.
Would F1 race on a track with dust and sand kicking up like that?
It just looked a little sketchy.
Best MotoGP race in a long time.
It promises to be an action packed season.
Stoked for COTA.
I hope all 3 USA riders do better, but it surely won't be easy.
It's a tough crowd.
Anyone going to give Burgess and co. props for being the genius he is/they are for giving Vale the fastest bike setup for the last half of the race?
Running out of fuel on the cool down lap put the exclamation point on how far they pushed it.
Guess the ride of the day has to be Marquez.. Rossi did a great job in the end, but it sure as hell wasn't his first ever grand prix in the big class!! Beating your teammate, while fighting for 2nd place against the most experienced rider in the class... on your FIRST race??!?
I say DP & JL are a tiny bit worried about their teammates right now.
Better enjoy this while it lasts... Because once Marquez really gets to grips with that bike, he'll be like Doohan or Rossi in their prime, and just smoke the field 9 out of 10 races. (And he's 20 years old).
Actually I´m sorta hoping he won´t rise up to that level just yet...
Hi to all
some things dont change a?
It's been a while since my GF has heard me screaming at the tv and shouting wildly from excitement at a Moto GP race.
All thanks to Mr. Rossi
Was very happy that Dovi only finished slightly ahead of Nicky. I hope Nick can find another few tenths somewhere and outrun Ducati's "new" star!
An interesting summary
Great article and amongst the photos in an adjoining article, is one of a truly ecstatic Rossi, which captures his elation perfectly.
Thanks for the link wpbarlow, I don't surf that site nearly often enough, judging by the well written summary.
And as it notes at the bottom of the article, it was originally published in MotoMatters!
It was just a great combo deal,Rossi coming back after 2 years of wasted time on the Ducati,Marc putting on a hell of a show his 1st time out,Crutchlow staying in it as best he could on a slow bike,then Lorenzo putting on a riding school out in front,the whole race just kicked ass!
Pedrosa will be looking to regain some momentum in Texas.
I missed that. Thanks for the pick-up and props to MotoMatters.!