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Congrates Jackass

Postby lc4 » Mon Jun 27, 2016 2:52 am

Good to hear the Aussie anthem at the Motogp again :D

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Postby DribbleDuke » Mon Jun 27, 2016 3:10 am

That was an impressive ride. Rain tends to bring out risk takers at races. Funny I do not remember seeing him ride smooth ever before today. We had first race winners in all three categories but the other two came as no surprise to me as they have been showing much race prowess for quite sometime. This was but one more time that had I waited to see the race instead of watching live I would have unrecorded the end and been screwed till a later viewing. This gets me started with my Sunday's early, this time was four thirty.
I sure like the look of Miller's race bike.

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Postby Scotty » Mon Jun 27, 2016 11:32 am

It was certainly a very entertaining and incident-packed GP meeting. Lorenzo was having a stinker and must be pleasantly surprised to have actually gained 6 points over his team-mate, something I bet he wasn't expecting until as late as the red flag in the first leg, such a shame for Yonny to end up in the kitty litter but you couldn't help but expect it with the speed he was doing. Great ride from the back of the grid by the Maniac and I'm really chuffed for Scott Redding getting a well-deserved podium. Unfortunately the team's mysterious electrical gremlins chose to strike at Petrucci's bike this time.
Moto3 was its usual rush of non-stop excitement, big ups to Paco Bagnaia for his maiden win, likewise Taka Nakagami in 2. Formula Yawn eat your over-priced hearts out, stop dicking about with the rules and let them race.
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Postby scamb66 » Mon Jun 27, 2016 1:22 pm

It was a good sound ride from the young fella. Really expected him to bin it, team must have been on edge those last few laps.
Nice work Jack.
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Re: Congrates Jackass

Postby Edorta » Mon Jun 27, 2016 2:35 pm

Congrats Aussies, great race and great victory for Miller...he deserve it.

But honestly i'm a little bit sad cause i wanna see a Ducati victory, but wasnt possible...#€%&€ red flag...what a pity.

Moto3 awesome as allways, incredible Pecco...This boy a Juanfran Guevara will be a terrible rivals for the rest when they scape from the Mahindra bikes.
Ride it like you stole it!!!

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Re: Congrates Jackass

Postby SuperDoopa » Mon Jun 27, 2016 6:36 pm

Not a Miller fan, but was shouting for him to keep it upright and keep that asshole Marquez behind him. Good on him and nice to see a satellite bike winning.

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Postby No. 47 » Mon Jun 27, 2016 6:58 pm

Jackassen now surely.
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