I completely agree! Finally, Marquez is getting his due. And his overzealousness isn't paying off for him. Do you think he'll learn a lesson? Probably not. Too young. Wisdom and Experience wins again (Can you tell I am huge VR46 fan?!?!?!?) :cheer:Whoa!! What a race:rockon:!!! Seems like somebody is unhappy that bullying did not work in their favor:Flip:. I felt like the rider got what he deserved and is just trying to cry foul when things did not work out the way he imagined. And maybe someone was playing the strategic card and made use of the situation fully to his advantage:thumbup:. I'd fully support the same, if the dice rolls in your favor, you'd take it, wont you?
To the guys/gals who watched the race - what do you think?
+1 on that!!!Ajo was the luckiest guy on earth on Saturday, that was the most incredible save I have ever seen, pity he got no points.
Yeah, the GOAT does not give in so easily. And it is a good thing - to stop the trend of forcing the opponent off their lines at the risk of taking both down. The best thing out of the incident was - he came on top even after being pushed wide, never made a big deal on being pushed and in the end it was the bully who complains as his tactic did not work out.Vale has shown he takes crap from nobody, but once again lucky he was upright when he went into the gravel.
Otherwise MM would not be celebrating the victory for sure!! He definitely would have had to relinquish the points/position and I dont think I need to say anything about the number of haters he would have created.otherwise it would have been curtains.