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MotoGP Argentina Spoiler Alert

Qualifying starting soon. Marquez fastest in practice
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Aegeter looking quick in Q1... Actually got to see the MV in the coverage for more then a split second. Beautiful bike.

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Marquez, Dovi, Vinales on the first row. Rossi 4th
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Wow. How close is this season going to be! Anyone could have made the front row of that grid.

Yamahas seem so inconsistent throughout the weekend. But still manage to find pace for Q2. Especially on a track that doesn't have much grip. Which should exploit their weakness.

Quartararo is going great. Such fast progression through the classes. And in the mix straight away in Moto GP. Can't wait to see him next year and the year after.

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. . . Quartararo is going great. Such fast progression through the classes. . .
Agree.

The two 'finds' of 2019: Quartararo and Charles Leclerc (F1).

Nakagima could soon be a consistent top 5 also.
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Whatis the number of the MV
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62 is Manzi and 77, Aegerter.

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MV at P13 and then Aegerter goes down!!!! They could've bring in atleast 2 points and up to 4 points.
They didnt show what happened A mistake or a clash with someone else. He was in a group of 4.

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Snoozefest of a race in MotoGP. Congrats to the old man 46 for a good 2nd. Cal totally got screwed over from what I can see. He was on it for sure.
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I thought it was an amazing race. The finesse shown by places 2-8 was great to watch, and the tactics by the old master to maximise the result from a substandard bike was wonderful.

The on board footage was a treat, it was easy to see the compromises that the different setups of each of the manufacturers generated.

Go Miller! Same as Rossi, thought about the end game rather than pushing every lap. His race craft is developing, but it would appear he hasn’t yet worked out how to work with other riders in close combat.

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