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Spoilers! Japanese GP

So...anyone think that MM93 isn't going to remove Rossi from the record books? First record fell today. Congrats to the best motorcycle racer we will ever see in our lives. Enjoy it because it's a rare thing.
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Well deserved champion.
Great rider, with amazing skills but in the end he is still an annoying little lying prick With the age of 25 he still has atleast 10 seasons to go so chances are high that most if not all the records will be broken.
Its a shame that Dovi went down 2 or 3 times in a row in a race earlier in the season. Otherwise I expected the championfight to be decided at Valencia. Those two are close rivals.

Bo Bendsneijder has the worst luck ever. Apparently a part of his engine blew up in the last lap and messed up his leg. Bone sticking out and he wont be racing this season anymore.

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Its a shame that Dovi went down 2 or 3 times in a row in a race earlier in the season. Otherwise I expected the championfight to be decided at Valencia.
Fair enough comment but unfair in reality for if Marquez had not crashed out earlier in the season also, he would still have a similar advantage. One thing for sure is that he (Marquez) won't have it all his own way next year. I expect a close and ferocious battle with Lorenzo.
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me thinks that dovi cracks under pressure. did the same thing last year as well in the exact same situation
poor guy

Personally i loathhhhhhheeeee that little spaniard but he is a great racer
I hope he doesnt beat rossi titles. Hope fully he doesnt enjoy racing in the next few years and quits lol

I think next year is definately lorenzo year. (another pr7904k i hate) but i am preety confident he will adapt straight away to the honda and take Marqs crown

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I'm thinking Repsol Honda 1-2 next year. I don't count Dovi out tho. He's not the best rider but he's got great machinery. I'll go ahead and say it now...MM93 will win the Championship again in 2019. Lorenzo 2nd. Dovi 3rd.
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Here we are again, with the little giant taking the win & another title.. He really is a machine, best rider to ride a motorcycle in the 26 years i have been watching racing. He excels everywhere, and just does not quit. Congrats to him and Honda!
Once again Dovi cracks under the pressure, reminds of Tom Sykes in WSBK. One thing is for sure great to see some strong competition and MM93 taking over the record books beating credible men on equal machinery if not better, and everyone on spec tires. Can't wait to see Lorenzo on the Honda and Rossi just there watching as he gets to be on the track with the real GOAT, or at least in the last 30 year.
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Fair enough comment but unfair in reality for if Marquez had not crashed out earlier in the season also, he would still have a similar advantage. One thing for sure is that he (Marquez) won't have it all his own way next year. I expect a close and ferocious battle with Lorenzo.
To be fair, I didnt know or remember marquez going down in beginning of season.
He goes down alot during practice aswell so maybe thats why im mixed up.

Anyways, Marquez is the better this season of the two when it comes down to the last laps.
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To be fair, I didnt know or remember marquez going down in beginning of season.
He goes down alot during practice aswell so maybe thats why im mixed up.
See, B_G_S, that's what happens when you don't have Hondas in your blood!!

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