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Old 03-31-2008, 03:08 PM   #1
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Old 03-31-2008, 04:40 PM   #2
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Those filthy Spaniards with their filthy Castillian ways...
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Old 04-01-2008, 08:11 AM   #3
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Remove clothing, soak the Spaniard in warm salt water for 3 days. Discard the motorcycle.
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What happened to all the Dani Pedrosa haters? They gotta be lurking. Looked to me like he put a hurt on pretty everyone out there. Even Valentino, who had 2nd for the entire race, wasn't making up any ground on him. Happy to see Capirossi doing well (OK better) for Suzuki.
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Old 04-02-2008, 06:11 PM   #5
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Remove the Spaniard from the motorcycle. Soak the Spaniard in warm salt water for three days. Discard the Spaniard.
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Old 04-02-2008, 08:49 PM   #6
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What happened to all the Dani Pedrosa haters?
Giving Dani a Beatdown is like Highschool Juniors picking on Second-Graders.................

It's only fun 'til he runs cryin' to the Teacher.
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Old 04-03-2008, 07:51 AM   #7
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Giving Dani a Beatdown is like Highschool Juniors picking on Second-Graders.................

It's only fun 'til he runs cryin' to the Teacher.

'Fraid you gotta' catch the little f****r first.....
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"Nicky Hayden fourth place, seventh in World Championship

Front tyre: 16" Michelin slick medium , Rear tyre: 16.5" Michelin slick medium'It was fun to be competitive, to come into that stadium section the first lap with 130,000 people coming alive, bombs going off, it was cool, it was nice to be there in the mix. Obviously we’d like to have been having some bubbly afterwards, but the bike worked the best it’s worked all weekend and I was pushing hard. After I dropped back a bit I made a run on them, I was trying to give those guys a fight. Then I stayed on the brake a bit too long into turn one and pretty much crashed. It was elbow down and I thought it was done, but the front tyre was good, so I picked it up on the knee and saved it. You can ride these bikes so hard now and the front tyres are so good, that’s the first time I’ve done that. All in all it’s been a good day for Repsol Honda, so thanks to my team and for the support from all the guys. We came in here a lot more competitive, hopefully we can keep rolling from here and keep moving up.'
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