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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 07-05-2017, 08:21 PM Thread Starter
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No one seems to be interested in racing but I am going to post The results

1. Marquez
2. Folger
3. Pedrosa
4. Vinales
5. Rossi

10 points separate the top 4
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Hey, I was watching it live...would have liked to see 46 get up.

Be nice to see him win his elusive last championship and bow out with grace at the end of the season.

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It's been a good battle so far. No clear favorite to run away with the champion ship.
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I wanted Folger to win, tremendous ride and a very well deserved podium I thought. I wonder if the battle would have been more intense if his tyres lasted just a little longer.

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Was another tough weekend with varying weather. Good show though. Happy for Folger at his home GP....first podium!!

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Hey, I was watching it live...would have liked to see 46 get up.

Be nice to see him win his elusive last championship and bow out with grace at the end of the season.
du not think he will retire even if he wins the championship
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I think Vale would retire if he gets number 10.

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I think Vale would retire if he gets number 10.

He likes beating up on the young guys too much and they would probably pay him to keep racing. It will be interesting to see how MotoGP fares when he does retire. With all the new talent things are looking up for MotoGP racing for a long time
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