2021 FIM MotoGP WC

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come on guys just sign it


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So this was a crazy race for the last few laps.

One thing of note this season: Quartararo is not only super fast on Yamaha whenever some curve ball comes his way, like the end of Austrian GP he is quite lucky. His competitors take points out of each other, usually with the one furthest away in the standings getting the most points. So he, because of late rain, finished way down the order, of his rivals only Bagnaina really took the most out of it and that means Fabio still extended his lead in championship.

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Yeah, absolutely chaotic race. It seems Marc is slowly coming back to old form. He was doing pretty well before bike swap and subsequent crash. Also, there is no hope for Jack miller in the championship.

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xaero wrote:
Sun Aug 15, 2021 2:28 pm
Yeah, absolutely chaotic race. It seems Marc is slowly coming back to old form. He was doing pretty well before bike swap and subsequent crash. Also, there is no hope for Jack miller in the championship.
Think he could've won without that crash. He didn't even need to push that hard. 2021 is doing no favors to Marquez. But if he comes back from this to become world champion again in the future, that'll be something.
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come on guys just sign it

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I don't trust jarvis after the sh!t he pulled on Spies to bring Rossi back to yamaha; he's a shifty mf.

With that said, Yamaha is probably the best bike to be on for a newcomer.
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xaero wrote:
Sun Aug 15, 2021 2:28 pm
Yeah, absolutely chaotic race. It seems Marc is slowly coming back to old form. He was doing pretty well before bike swap and subsequent crash. Also, there is no hope for Jack miller in the championship.
He crashed when he is doing same thing with the race when he crashed and broke his arm. But this time he had very promising race and could win. I expect from him to stay out.
Congrats to KTM.
It was very good race to watch by the way.

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Shrieker wrote:
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come on guys just sign it

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I don't trust jarvis after the sh!t he pulled on Spies to bring Rossi back to yamaha; he's a shifty mf.

With that said, Yamaha is probably the best bike to be on for a newcomer.
don't be daft

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Yeah, that was some wild, crazy fun race, from go-to-whoa, good effort Brad/KTM!
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Maverick vinales will join Aleix Espargaro on Aprilia for 2022
https://www.motogp.com/en/news/2021/08/ ... 022/387024

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nacho wrote:
Sun Aug 15, 2021 6:23 pm
Shrieker wrote:
Sun Aug 15, 2021 3:34 pm
etusch wrote:
Sat Aug 14, 2021 7:12 pm
come on guys just sign it

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I don't trust jarvis after the sh!t he pulled on Spies to bring Rossi back to yamaha; he's a shifty mf.

With that said, Yamaha is probably the best bike to be on for a newcomer.
don't be daft
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Not a word for Binder after finishing with slicks under the rain and taking an impressive victory? It was amazing, some riders did the switch in last lap, obviousy in last lap there´s no time to recover the time lost in pitlane, but even so some riders did the switch in last lap. That should show how difficult it was when some riders accepted a huge time loss just to not crash in that last lap

He said his brother motivated him to keep on slicks when he said grip was not that bad with slicks under the rain :lol: Binder said it was true... until tires lost temperature, then it was crazy. But the worst part was when brakes also lost temperature and both tires and brakes were not working :wtf: :wtf: :wtf:


He almost crashed several times, but didn´t and took an awesome victory! =D> =D> =D>

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Cuky wrote:
Mon Aug 16, 2021 10:21 am
Maverick vinales will join Aleix Espargaro on Aprilia for 2022
https://www.motogp.com/en/news/2021/08/ ... 022/387024
Probably his last MotoGP team, and he´s lucky to sign with them, at this point in his career I was assuming he was out of the championship

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Andres125sx wrote:
Tue Aug 17, 2021 6:51 am
Cuky wrote:
Mon Aug 16, 2021 10:21 am
Maverick vinales will join Aleix Espargaro on Aprilia for 2022
https://www.motogp.com/en/news/2021/08/ ... 022/387024
Probably his last MotoGP team, and he´s lucky to sign with them, at this point in his career I was assuming he was out of the championship
Agree with that. He is very lucky that he still could sign with a team and he has to be good with them, must be fast and consistent otherwise he will be out and I don't think people will remember him when he is not there at this point. When his name mentioned it will be with his high rev case which is not good.

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Andres125sx wrote:
Tue Aug 17, 2021 6:47 am
Not a word for Binder after finishing with slicks under the rain and taking an impressive victory? It was amazing, some riders did the switch in last lap, obviousy in last lap there´s no time to recover the time lost in pitlane, but even so some riders did the switch in last lap. That should show how difficult it was when some riders accepted a huge time loss just to not crash in that last lap

He said his brother motivated him to keep on slicks when he said grip was not that bad with slicks under the rain :lol: Binder said it was true... until tires lost temperature, then it was crazy. But the worst part was when brakes also lost temperature and both tires and brakes were not working :wtf: :wtf: :wtf:


He almost crashed several times, but didn´t and took an awesome victory! =D> =D> =D>

Great drive from my Countryman... :D =D> =D> :D

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Andres125sx wrote:
Tue Aug 17, 2021 6:47 am
Not a word for Binder after finishing with slicks under the rain and taking an impressive victory? It was amazing, some riders did the switch in last lap, obviousy in last lap there´s no time to recover the time lost in pitlane, but even so some riders did the switch in last lap. That should show how difficult it was when some riders accepted a huge time loss just to not crash in that last lap

He said his brother motivated him to keep on slicks when he said grip was not that bad with slicks under the rain :lol: Binder said it was true... until tires lost temperature, then it was crazy. But the worst part was when brakes also lost temperature and both tires and brakes were not working :wtf: :wtf: :wtf:


He almost crashed several times, but didn´t and took an awesome victory! =D> =D> =D>

I have just now seen the replay of the race and that race was brilliant. It was all action all the time, race finally settled for a lap or two and then rain came.

Binder was amazing and I actually didn't believe he'll keep it rubber part down in the final lap, especially when I saw him on the straight between T1 and T3 when he was in 5th and 6th gear and still having a ton of wheelspin. Rossi was funny too, he said after the race that when he saw he was in 3rd he almost sh*t himself.

And nice example of how hard it was in last lap is Aleix Espargaro. He was in 2nd and with a shot of getting Aprilia's first podium since they came back and at the end he finished way down in the standings.