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Great opening MotoGP race.

Great race today. I hope the rest of the season will be the same. Lead changes, aggressive passes. This is what it should be.
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Indeed! Rossi did well considering the Respol Honda supposedly has more grunt than the Yami. An exciting race!
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Great opening MotoGP race.

Awesome racing! I was edge of seat throughout! Can't wait til Austin - I'm at Turn 15 this time.

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To be honest I was a little disappointed, sure the racing was good but after the practice sessions it seemed the open class bikes were a lot more competitive than they ended up being and while close and exciting it was the usual suspects up at the front.
Will everyone still be as excited when Marc has one 3 or 4 on the bounce?

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To be honest I was a little disappointed, sure the racing was good but after the practice sessions it seemed the open class bikes were a lot more competitive than they ended up being and while close and exciting it was the usual suspects up at the front.
Will everyone still be as excited when Marc has one 3 or 4 on the bounce?
I think Lorenzo will not crash every time. And Bradl did quite good as well. Even Bautista did pretty good. So consider this three alone would have been in the mix till the end.
Really thrilling race.
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I think Lorenzo will not crash every time. And Bradl did quite good as well. Even Bautista did pretty good. So consider this three alone would have been in the mix till the end.

Really thrilling race.

No your right about Lorenzo, but it would have made no difference to the podium, it's still a wash with blue and orange. As for the satellite factory riders they offer glimpses of promise but rarely go the distance?

I hope I'm proved wrong but I doubt it?

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The old man still has it. Too bad his tires went off the last couple of laps
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The old man still has it. Too bad his tires went off the last couple of laps
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have to give it to Marquez. The move back on Rossi on the next to last lap was really good. I bet Rossi thought he had the inside covered
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