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Season opener this weekend. Qatar, should be interesting, see who was doing what at the last test
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Can't wait, can't guess whose going to occupy the top lots, maybe some surprises Grin
Re: Here we go again [message #300375 is a reply to message #300370] Mon, 11 March 2019 08:33 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Well it did'nt disappoint. Great racing.
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I haven't seen the race yet but I know the result thanks to BBC morning news (wankers). Good result though Thumbs Up
Re: Here we go again [message #300380 is a reply to message #300379] Wed, 13 March 2019 18:56 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Yorkie wrote on Mon, 11 March 2019 18:12
I haven't seen the race yet but I know the result thanks to BBC morning news (wankers). Good result though Thumbs Up

Yes, you almost have to crawl under a rock for a while before watching the highlights. Neutral
Re: Here we go again [message #300385 is a reply to message #300380] Wed, 13 March 2019 22:14 Go to previous message
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Luckily I have BTSport so watched [almost] live but I'll be doing the crawling under rock thing for F1 this year....thanks Sky Bat

All 3 classes as usual provided great racing although I still find the Moto2 a little lacking as gaps tend to be larger and its races dont often go down to the wire like Moto3 or have the attraction of being the elite class of bikes and riders like MotoGP.

Interesting about the Ducati rear wheel 'cooler' and protest from other teams and despite the stewards ruling it legal, I see its still going to FIM before the next race.

Also good to see MM is going to have to work hard to bag another title Grin

I'd like to see VR win the elusive 10th title and failing that I'd be happy for Dovi to get one but its too early to tell whats what as I suspect the night race might not have given a true picture of all the bikes and riders eg Rossi was quick in P1 and P3 (before sunset) but too slow in P2 & Q1 (floodlights/cooler) to make the cuts but had a good race so who knows what Argentina will bring smile

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