Rusty Bucket USA wrote:Tady Okada.
At least, maybe until the penultimate lap, when he retires to the pits with a "technical difficulty".
Wouldn't THAT be something to talk about...?
Doohan OK wrote:I love the wet races personally its truly the great equalizer and you get to see who are the better riders.
Many power and grip advatages are lost on variable and or wet tracks and that shows who has the most bike handling skills and the biggest berrys. I wish there were more variable conditions and they played a much bigger factor in deciding the outcome of the championship
CLX wrote:Great review.
What is it that makes the races so close? Lack of first gear hairpins?
Greg wrote:Capirex is third? Can't wait to hear how he pulled that one off.
Kropotkin wrote:Greg wrote:Capirex is third? Can't wait to hear how he pulled that one off.
By following Rossi round on Rossi's pole-setting lap. Smart move!
Cheyenne wrote:I think maybe they kind of "arranged" it .... after Rossi did his qualifying lap with Capirex following him, he turned around and put out his hand and rubbed his fingers together, which could mean pay up and when Loris got to the parc ferme he told the Italian interviewer that he would buy Valentino a pizza.
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