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Old 29-Oct-2006, 01:44 PM
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Call me suspicous but did that whole race seem a little wierd?

Rossi wasnt his usual self, my question is....

How much money could Rossi and his people around him make from him losing?

Knowing the odds against him losing and Hayden winning?

He was odds on for the win, millions of pounds bet against him losing would see him come away with a shed load....

I`m sure the Mafia have Rossi`s family member hostage somewhere..

Oh well, Bayliss a win, Caparossi second, Ducati one,two....Wow!!!

Very strange race though...and I dont think Hayden deserves it.

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Old 29-Oct-2006, 02:41 PM
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Old 29-Oct-2006, 03:22 PM
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If ever there was a time when a draw would have been appropiate today was the day Rossi for coming back to lead after so much bad luck(that did'nt end today)and Hayden to live a lifelong dream.
The end for Rossi had to come in the end but what a shame it was to bad luck rather than a better rider I dont think Hayden will hold onto the title next year there are far better riders out there to take the title (Bayliss where are you what a rider)
As for a Mafia stitch up leave that to F1 and Horse racing more bent than Julian Clary,Rossi would have sold his soul to win today this is one rider that does'nt talk surrender.
With all these fast riders coming through a new bike what of next year?
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Old 29-Oct-2006, 05:48 PM
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Brilliant for TB!! Ducati 1st and 2nd even better!!

but I for one am genuinely pleased for Hayden, whether he hangs on to it next year who knows/cares as long as the racing is good

800s next year will make it a level playing field so roll on March 2007!!!!!!!
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Old 29-Oct-2006, 05:59 PM
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First, everyone goes slow in qualifying to make Rossi look better and widen the odds (McCoy was included in this sidepot as well because, even though the bike was too slow to make a difference, they felt bad for him).

Then Rossi crashes out but makes sure that the bike doesn't stall so it looks like he might still have a chance.

Finally, Hayden makes sure that there is clear space in front and behind him just in case anyone bashes him. In a small court in Alabama last week, Hayden was granted a restraining order requiring Pedrosa to stay at least 50 feet from him.

I've been in on this for a week and will be down to Ladbrokes to collect my winnings tomorrow - didn't you get Dibble's text message?
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Old 29-Oct-2006, 06:22 PM
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fair play to hayden,hes clearly not the best rider,rossi is much more exciting to watch over the season. if rossi went to f1 it would be a big loss to moto-gp,if hayden did the same it would it really matter? the dvd review will be a bore watching hayden this year.did he win today?
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fair play to hayden,hes clearly not the best rider,rossi is much more exciting to watch over the season. if rossi went to f1 it would be a big loss to moto-gp,if hayden did the same it would it really matter? the dvd review will be a bore watching hayden this year.did he win today?

As Richard McAshcroft said Pedro........the drugs dinnae work. Came back from Crail thrash and found underneath charlatan on my bike and watched it about 7pm....total surprise...Well done Hayden!

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Old 29-Oct-2006, 09:57 PM
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Is that Suzi Perry's night job, she was'nt by the side of the track where Rossi fell off ?
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