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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 05-07-2017, 01:48 PM Thread Starter
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The Yamahas were not working well today
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Zarco's Yamaha was running better that the factory one, must have pist off Rossi he wants the old 2016 frame(which Zarco used) back.
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Jorge made a podium for the season, total bummed out he exceeded my predictions. The factory Yamahas failed me, the Suziki have been a non factor, and Crashlow was back to his old tricks.
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Moto 3 race was very good. Moto 2 and MotoGP not so much.

On a the subject of Jack Millers actions, he got a 1000 Euro fine for what he did which is just crazy. In my opinion he should be suspended for the rest of the season. I know he was upset for being taken out but to do what he did is unacceptable.

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Moto 3 race was very good. Moto 2 and MotoGP not so much.

On a the subject of Jack Millers actions, he got a 1000 Euro fine for what he did which is just crazy. In my opinion he should be suspended for the rest of the season. I know he was upset for being taken out but to do what he did is unacceptable.
he pushed the other rider. whats the big deal?
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he pushed the other rider. whats the big deal?
The bid deal is he pushed another rider to the ground from behind after a CRASH. Had the other rider been injured in the crash, say a spine or head injury that push could have made the injury much worse or even killed the other rider.

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Agreed that Miller was in the wrong....he did walk down the pits to apologize after the fact, but that was just not a top-tier professional rider kind of action.

Good on Pedrosa...he dominated the entire weekend. Well deserved win. King Carlos seemed happy with his all-Spain podium. But the race was kind of dull. A bit of action back in the pack until Zarco fell. ...I woke up early to watch and fell asleep several times during.
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you guys must not watch NASCAR or Supercross. Lots of testosterone flowing so you have to expect tempers to flare sometime. I am sure if the guy had been laying on the ground moaning Jack would not have kicked him and when he saw him standing apparently in good condition he pushed him. They only fined him 1000 Euros so they didn't think it was too bad.
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No, what they need to do is suspend the moron taking other riders out, regardless of the excuse.
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