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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 10-22-2005, 01:56 PM Thread Starter
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It looks like rossi has he's work cut out tomorrow as he was a bit off the pace and on the second row.

Does anyone think he can win :



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Maybe with it all sewn up for this year the necessity to risk everything to win isn't there, but he's a racer and I suspect he doesn't like losing anything.

In other words, your guess is as good as mine :

"How was he so fast?...We now know his pants were on fire."
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Maybe with it all sewn up for this year the necessity to risk everything to win isn't there, but he's a racer and I suspect he doesn't like losing anything.

In other words, your guess is as good as mine :
Not to bad a race but Merlandri was on top form, Rossi tried but could match he's pace.

Hayden did well again, the back brake not being used so much, he's a quick learner.



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125's

The 125 race was a stormer that was the race of the day for me.



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Rossi was definitely having a go, although I suspect that if he hadn't already won the championship he might have hung onto Marco a lot longer. Unfortunate that Gibernau was in his usual form of late, would have been interesting to see how Rossi responded if he had held on to the lead.
One possibility for the next race is that Sete will try and do well in front of his home crowd (and keep his sponsors happy for next year), so we could have some fireworks for the season finale.

Haven't got satellite so we have to make do with what the Beeb decide to show.
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Gib is going to Ducati next year and moviestar may not even be in MotoGp either.
It's all politics & money now.



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Same as everywhere. :evil:

"How was he so fast?...We now know his pants were on fire."
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