fazer6 said:Pier, while we appreciate your enthusiasm, you may want to remove this before you piss off several American members of the board who are waiting to watch the time delayed race this afternoon, and requested no spoilers be posted!
Guys,I did not saw this thread!MV-999R said:OMFG!!! :jsm:
Sorry guys, but this title just made me :laughing: :laughing:
Pier....... http://www.mvagusta.net/forum/showthread.php?t=4268 :toothless
Don't worry about this; it's stupid to come on a motorcycle forum anyway if you really don't want to know it.pigiolino said:Guys,I did not saw this thread!
If I saw it,certainly I did not post my thread.
I have broken the show at very much people?
I'm afraid with all my heart!
Haha haa!!!d-_-b Tamburini d-_-b said:Pier, you misspelled it Nike is spelled with an E at the end. No reason to apologize, everyone mis-types. As for this thread, Congratulations to NIKE for launching their new line of running shoes
I'm very sorry for VALE,odonata said:I respect peoples wish to not see the result until they watch it as the race unfold, but personally, I don't care... I can see the result and watch it later, it doesn't bother me.
BTW, here is what Vale said after the race:
Valentino Rossi (13th; +38.546)
"Of course this is a big disappointment for me because to arrive at the final race with an eight-point advantage and then not win the title is a disaster. Basically I made two mistakes today - one was at the start and then the second one was the crash. It has been a very emotional season, with some great moments, some bad luck and now some mistakes. But this is racing. All I can say now is a big 'congratulations' to Nicky because he is a great guy, a great rider and he is the World Champion because he has been the best this year. I have known him a long time, I know his family well and even though I am disappointed I am also very happy for them. It has been a great fight with him this year - not like in the past with other riders when there have always been some polemics - and we have great respect for each other. I want to say a huge thank you to Yamaha, to all my team and engineers and to everyone else involved, they've done an amazing job this year and now I am looking forward to working towards next season with the 800; I am sure it will be another exciting season and another big battle!"
Vale is the man!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!