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MotoGP, Moto2 and moto3 2019

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OK, this weekend sees the first race of the season, new rules across all 3 classes to get our heads around.

 

Lets hope it is as good as last year.

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Thanks mate!!

 

So, 'the long lap' eh?

 

And wot about Petrucci?

 

Loopy @ Honda.

 

No end of intrigue for 2019, BRING IT ON.!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Q1 and Q2 extended to all 3 classes too.

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Splashed out on the Video Pass subscription this year, will try through the I Pad and HDMI converter into the telly.

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Yay for Kayo - can watch all 3 classes this year :)

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Just now, niterida said:

Yay for Kayo - can watch all 3 classes this year :)

What's your setup? Am new to this witch craft.

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Thinking of try Kayo myself. I have foxtel atm, but that may all change this afternoon once mr. NBN has been and swapped my cable internet off.

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7 minutes ago, Darren69 said:

What's your setup? Am new to this witch craft.

Kayo app on my phone throwing/casting to my Chromecast ultra in my receiver - the best sports broadcast images I have ever seen and all for just $25/mo :)

 

although the app leaves a bit to be desired :(

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I wonder if anyone else has learned to balance the bike on the 3rd wheel.

That seems to be the standard set and not surprisingly since the lean angles are ridiculous......

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1 hour ago, Nigel said:

I wonder if anyone else has learned to balance the bike on the 3rd wheel.

That seems to be the standard set and not surprisingly since the lean angles are ridiculous......

Elbow is the fourth wheel nowadays, earhole is next.

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Jaarno Saarinen was the first to use his knee - way back in the early 70s

Jean-Philippe Ruggia was the first to get his elbow down in the early 90s

Shoulder or head shouldn't be too far away !!

 

I used to race 125GP bikes and the only time I got my knee down was when I was  falling off :)

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You don't reckon The Bike was getting his knee down on his Honda or Manx's ?

There was a famous shot of him at a crazy lean angle, but the turn was heavily banked...mighta been Daytona.....late 60s?

Come to think of it...might not have been Mike either..haha

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Jack Miller needs to learn how to manage tyres and also learn how to stay on the bike. Probably the same thing!

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Well who would have thunk it, Dovi and Marc 1 and 2 again, bit of ground hog day methinks, any how great race and 4 different makes separated by a second or so. Pleased to see Vale did his usual raceday trick and overcame his sh#thouse  starting spot, Maverick and Jorge will be disappointed as will "our Jack", over all I reckon it was a race to be remembered

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All 3 races were excellent.

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Most impressed by the Jap winner of the Moto3.

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