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Unread 2015-04-15, 12:23 PM   #1
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This is an Ayrton Senna type qualifying lap. Bouncing the rear tire as he threshold brakes and is using his foot to feel out the concrete.

http://www.carthrottle.com/post/watc...ut-a-pole-lap/
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A lot of the riders don't like how reckless he is.

I say get out of his way.

The Kid is great talent.
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He really is BUT he is more like Senna than he is a young Rossi. Rossi was wreckless, he wrecked A LOT. Marquez is more like Senna in that he does this crazy, crazy shit but still somehow doesn't crash.

He had a bunch of stoppies and drifts on entry. The back tire is constantly like "nope, nope, nope" and he is like, "Go home tire, youre drunk!" But he stays up.

Everyone keeps saying he is dangerous but all of those crashes he is supposed to have never seem to happen. Sure, he has crashed, but he has also run the tables on guys and dominated them, cant do that from the hospital.
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If the Kid stays healthy, I can't wait to see how his career will play out.

I can't wait til Indy.
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Yea, kid is a monster. Love watching him ride.
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Apparently he got a little too close to Rossi today. Rubbing is racing I guess for him.
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Yeah, he pushed too hard on that pass attempt. He easily had second locked up. With the way the Doctor is riding, it may be a costly mistake.
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He manned up on the mistake. His tires were cooked and he was doing whatever to hold on. As Rossi put it "its all or nothing."
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I don't care, I loved it. He's the most entertaining rider to watch, IMO.

Only other person that takes that chance is Brian Spilner.
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Its sort of a James Hunt Nikki Lauda situation.

Fast and loose vs. clinical and precise.
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The funny thing is Rossi fans cant bitch about Marquez, as Rossi lived his youth by just stringing together a series of wrecks before he figured out how to keep the bike upright and dominate.

Watching them at this level I think its less about skill and more about having a broken sense of self-preservation. At the top level I think the talent level is more even than the series plays out, its just the guy who is more willing to lay it all out there race after race looks like he is on a different planet.

Look at that stoppie. Of course there is skill involved, but his rear could have easily just bounced out of line and sent him into the hedges. All of the great ones are playing with fire.
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Ducati and Suzuki cheat. Nuff said.

Bring back the 2 strokes and then you will see who has the best riding skills. #KingKR
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The funny thing is Rossi fans cant bitch about Marquez, as Rossi lived his youth by just stringing together a series of wrecks before he figured out how to keep the bike upright and dominate.

Watching them at this level I think its less about skill and more about having a broken sense of self-preservation. At the top level I think the talent level is more even than the series plays out, its just the guy who is more willing to lay it all out there race after race looks like he is on a different planet.
Stoner was also a crasher his 1st year in Motogp. You can teach a guy not to crash, but you can't teach him to be fast.

Totally agree about the self preservation, and have said it for years. You see it all the time after one of them gets married or has a child. All of a sudden, they have something to lose and they don't take as many risks.
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Stoner was also a crasher his 1st year in Motogp. You can teach a guy not to crash, but you can't teach him to be fast.

Totally agree about the self preservation, and have said it for years. You see it all the time after one of them gets married or has a child. All of a sudden, they have something to lose and they don't take as many risks.
Really all of them did at some point (crash a lot). They are all incredible riders, its not like any one of the top 5 are really that much better than any other of the top 5. And, save for a few makes (cough MV cough) the bikes are getting pretty even and reliable. So now its getting down to who is just the craziest MFer alive.

Could be kids, or it could just be the sense of mortality. At 34 I look back at the shit I did when I was 20 and think, "How the fuck did I not die?"
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