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Mugello 2016

If it happens on the track, this is where it belongs. Also, cheesesticks and perhaps things to do with bacon.
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Bigshankhank
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Mugello 2016

Post by Bigshankhank » Sun May 22, 2016 5:33 am

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Sigh, well it looked like a good battle for first, especially the final 1/2 lap. Almost seemed like Marc let off the throttle in the last 50m. Would have been nice to have Rossi in there to make it a 3-way final straight., but sometime last year I had wished for more mechanical failures to illustrate just how on-the-ragged-edge modern engine design was, and I guess I got my wish. Sad to see Vinales start so poorly but he made a great effort to salvage a bit of pride.


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Rabbit_Fighter
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Re: Mugello 2016

Post by Rabbit_Fighter » Tue May 24, 2016 6:52 am

One of the best final laps I've seen in many years. There were a few moments where I thought they both might end up in the gravel. Suprising up to the very last season and had me on my feet!
"no.
motorcycle the finality not is
motorcycle merely medium to achieve action of riding
motorcycle tool to bend space and time and overcome your own limitations as a mortal
riding more important than medium
spirit by object cannot be beaten."

MATPOC
The Unreasonable Ukranian
Location: Providence, RI

Re: Mugello 2016

Post by MATPOC » Tue May 24, 2016 1:02 pm

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seems MM got on the dirt and spun the tire, oh well, I'd rather see 93 than 99 on top step, but neither is on my "fanboy list"
MOTOfucking3 was a barnburner to the last turn, holy shit, cancel all the other classes, let them race 250cc spec bikes 3 times a day, saturday and Sunday WSBK style :)

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