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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 05-10-2016, 07:52 AM Thread Starter
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I've always liked Dovi since he was the third honda team rider. He has always been a pretty consistent rider and this year is no different. The guy just can't get a break. Anyway pretty good race and great to see 46 challenging (sort of) again.
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I like that Suzuki is back in the hunt even though they are down on power. Was hoping Lorenzo wouldnt get out front but he did. He is starting to pull away points wise which is going to make it tough for Rossi to get back to the top spot. Hopefully a couple of DNF's will solve that lol
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I like that Suzuki is back in the hunt even though they are down on power. Was hoping Lorenzo wouldnt get out front but he did. He is starting to pull away points wise which is going to make it tough for Rossi to get back to the top spot. Hopefully a couple of DNF's will solve that lol
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agreed. i was hoping jorge would experience more exessive 'wheel spin' on the straights, so vale could pass :P

i like how maverick rides. he's doing alot with suzuki, and i can see why he's so torn about stickin around next season, or jumping to yamaha with rossi.

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Did you see Lorenzo's frickin' lap time spread? He was within .4 for something like the first 20 laps...maybe more...and mostly within .2 per lap. Just unbelievable consistency. When he is dialed like that, the guy is unbeatable.

Loved Dovizioso in the smaller class (taking it to Lorenzo on an underpowered Honda) and liked him in GP, but I just can't root for the Ducati's after what I considered their little cheater move by going the loophole route the last few years.

Crutchlow is going to get his ass canned before the season is out.

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