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05-30-2007 11:23 AM
cookeetree
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Originally posted by 636Jen
...If he dosen't lose his ride in 08 I demand his stomach pumped for the nut of the CEO of Repsol...


He should've quit racing after last season. At least he would've gone out on a high. This is just embarrassing. I think he needs to "develop" some mystery illness so he can just slip quietly into the night...



05-30-2007 09:28 AM
636Jen Resurrecting an old post....but I saw this comment about Hayden and laughed! Ok ok....so he's not doing well this year.


What did I say? Where is your boy? This is the worst title defence in the history of motorcycle road racing. Hes 11th WTF? If he dosen't lose his ride in 08 I demand his stomach pumped for the nut of the CEO of Repsol.






Jen
03-27-2007 02:12 PM
booger_2 Like I said, he has more seat and development time than ANYONE...
Not being top five in points now, is BAD BAD BAD....
03-27-2007 12:53 PM
jbm45 but he is on the factory team. It's his and Dani's job to develope the bike. Dani is going good so far. I think Nicky is a good rider, but I hope he doesn't go down like Criville did after he won the title!!!
03-27-2007 07:59 AM
636Jen Ok...my bad....there have been TWO races....lol It's still way early in the season to complain about 6th place in the points standings. There's only 1 race in April and I'm sure they'll be doing a ton of testing before that race.

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....his biggest problem is the front end, which doesn't want to steer in fast corners and he's not the only Honda rider who's expressed concerns on the subject.
It's not that he's NOT skilled.....we all know he is. Will he beat Rossi, probably not but I like Hayden and will continue to cheer him on. (Can't very well cheer for Kawasaki in MotoGP....lol)




Jen
03-26-2007 04:23 PM
jbm45 Rossi will dominate the season will an occasional 2nd or 3rd place
03-26-2007 02:23 PM
booger_2
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Originally posted by 636Jen
One bad race doesn't make his championship a fluke. What will you say when he comes in first next week? I think Nicky's proven himself over the years. It's easy to be a fan of Rossi.

I think it's too early in the season to count Nicky out.



Jen
One bad race?
Um, there have been a few already...
He's not even top 5 in points Jen
Honda must be SO PROUD... He has the most advanced bike out there and the MOST seat time on it...
03-26-2007 08:03 AM
636Jen One bad race doesn't make his championship a fluke. What will you say when he comes in first next week? I think Nicky's proven himself over the years. It's easy to be a fan of Rossi.

I think it's too early in the season to count Nicky out.



Jen
03-26-2007 01:38 AM
Sonny_TMCF Hey, Ill take ONE year in the sun over a lifetime of second places...

But indeed it is OVAH for number 1
03-25-2007 07:10 PM
booger_2 Hrrrrmmmm...
MotoGP Jerez Results:
1. Valentino Rossi (Fiat Yamaha) 45'53.340
2. Dani Pedrosa (Repsol Honda) + 1.246
3. Colin Edwards (Fiat Yamaha) + 2.701
4. Toni Elias (Honda Gresini) + 4.351
5. Casey Stoner (Ducati Marlboro) + 4.993
6. Carlos Checa (Honda LCR) + 10.000
7. Nicky Hayden (Repsol Honda) + 14.146
8. Marco Melandri (Honda Gresini) + 19.969
9. Chris Vermeulen (Rizla Suzuki) + 24.786
10. Shinya Nakano (Konica Minolta Honda) + 24.955
11. Alex Barros (Pramac d'Antin) + 25.008
12. Loris Capirossi (Ducati Marlboro) + 25.852
13. Randy de Puniet (Kawasaki Racing) + 26.445
14. Makoto Tamada (Yamaha Tech 3) + 36.653
15. Sylvain Guintoli (Yamaha Tech 3) + 36.744
16. Kenny Roberts Junior (Team Roberts) + 48.911
17. K. Akiyoshi (Suzuki) + 1'00.784
18. Olivier Jacque (Kawasaki Racing) + 1'00.901
19. John Hopkins (Rizla Suzuki) + 1'03.371


Anyone ready to admit it was a fluke?
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