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    Motogp France *spoilerz*

    Rossi was bulletproof and congrats on the 90th!

    Lorenzo is turning into the Iron man. Second was so impressive.

    Sad tail for Stoner, this years Ducati just isn't up to the task.

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    Congrats to Rossi. A real shame for Ducati, two bikes failing to perform

    Well done to Lorenzo as well. Yamaha got a good result heh, three on the podium
    May the downforce be with you

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    Did anyone see Lorenzo having to be lifted onto and off the bike, due to his injuries? And he still finished second. Hard, hard bastard...

    But more importantly, the doctor's back. Epic win.

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    Wasn't Lorenzo the guy who had the massive end-over-end crash last time at practice or something?
    I'm dropping out to create a company that starts with motorcycles, then cars, and forty years later signs a legendary Brazilian driver who has a public and expensive feud with his French teammate.

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    He's had a few recently. It was one of the slower ones that caused the most damage to him though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by VtecMini View Post
    But more importantly, the doctor's back. Epic win.
    Yes very impressive race. He deserves to win just for his celebrations. Getting Nieto out there was just classic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kingofthering View Post
    Wasn't Lorenzo the guy who had the massive end-over-end crash last time at practice or something?
    Had the biggest highside I've ever seen, did a full flip after getting bucked off the bike, broke one ankle and ****ed the other up pretty badly as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wouter Melissen View Post
    Yes very impressive race. He deserves to win just for his celebrations. Getting Nieto out there was just classic.
    I switched it off just before that happened. Arse.

    "Rossi stopped at his fan club, let one of them take his bike out and he's sat on the back waving a flag!" - friend of mine.

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