That was the slowest seeming race all year so far for me. Moto3 was once again delvering the best race, I have to go back to Moto2 later.That was a nail biter!!
Haha! Same can be said for your man Vinales.All I have to say is if Dovi doesn't win it this year, he really only has himself to blame and he really should consider testing or comentating.
I feel bad for him, knowing that he's capable of more. It seems like the 2020 factory bike just isn't working for him (or Petrucci for that matter), while the Pramac boys seem to be getting on just fine. Regardless, whoever wins, I'm loving every bit of this season.All I have to say is if Dovi doesn't win it this year, he really only has himself to blame and he really should consider testing or comentating.
Agreed. I said he needs to leave Yamaha, the project simply didn't work out for him. It may have been the smart move after Suzuk but it just never went his way after te opening rounds of 2017. And even though Fabio hasn't been doing as well as he had before Brno his style is just more compatible with a JLO style bike.Haha! Same can be said for your man Vinales.
Every Sunday it's something with him. Whether it is wrong choice of tires or having a motorcycle catapulted at his helmet...
That was a proper last lap lunge that he would do in Moto3 when he would carve up the field for the victory that made me a fan. Honestly I think Mir could be a contender for the title this year if he keeps this up. Everyone doubted him in the beginning of the season, but if he works on his qualy (just follow Mav apparently) I could see him fighting for race wins more often if he is in the front line.Mir was looking like the turd in punch bowl on the podium
That's just Moto3, which makes it super exciting, perhaps the most in all of gran prix, in my opinion. The guy on pole isn't necessarily going to be in the top 10, and the guy in the back could win the race given how those races are. Today's race being a prime example of the latter.Ok. Unpopular opinion.... moto3 is becoming a race for me where I can just hop to the last few laps amd see who wins from there. Most of the race in the middle is a seesaw of riders being up front and falling behind - on track action no doubt but the passes don't really hold a lot of weight which is why only the last few laps usually matter
Well, it may be offtrack but his presence will be felt this weekend. Luckily reason prevails and he will not be joining the grid until Portugal and we can continue with this crazy season.this was the first race where, to me, the MM void was glaring
just me I guessHow so?