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8 martie? 

 

in sfarsit un motiv sa celebram aceasta data infama. 🙃

Editat de frigider

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Acum 34 minute, frigider a spus:

8 martie? 

 

in sfarsit un motiv sa celebram aceasta data infama. 🙃

😂🤣😂🤣

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dii diiiii

la 40 de ani fix, trebuie sa fie si titlul nr 10 :)

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Acum 2 ore, apriliacluj a spus:

dii diiiii

la 40 de ani fix, trebuie sa fie si titlul nr 10 :)

wishful thinking friend.. daca nu era MM chiar avea o sansa.

da pe langa MM mai e si dovi poate si petr o sa meaga bine? mamba de la jumate incolo? pecco prima jumate de sezon? yamaha de client care are spec 2019??? O M G .

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Acum sa faca cineva martisoare cu motogp 😁

 

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yuuhuhu ! 

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esteeeeeeemaaaaaaaaa

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prea repede ati facut topicul...stai ca mai e ceva pana la cursa...

Hai ca de 14 feb am scapat cum am scapat,dar vine 1 martie,dupa aia 8....dupa aia ne putem bucura linistiti de curse.

Deocamdata insa suntem in triunghiul mortii :crack:

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Probabil vor schimba orarul

 

 

 

Dorna boss Carmelo Ezpeleta has revealed this year's MotoGP curtain-raiser in Qatar could be moved forward an hour after riders voiced safety concerns about the current start time. New Honda recruit Jorge Lorenzo was among those calling for the race to be moved on the final day of Qatar testing on Monday, which was marked by cool, windy conditions. The Spaniard was one of many riders to crash that day, falling at Turn 2 at around 9pm local time when track temperatures were less than 16 degrees Celsius. Lorenzo insisted that racing in similar conditions would be "dangerous". "I had a big crash at the end of the night because the temperature dropped a lot," he said. "That's why I would like to speak with the ones who decide the schedule of the race because if we can put it earlier, it would be much better for the safety of the riders. "Hopefully we can modify this by half an hour, one hour, as much as possible because [if] we are unlucky to be racing on a very cold night, it will be dangerous." The Qatar race is currently scheduled to commence at 8pm local time, but after having a phone conversation with Lorenzo on the subject, Ezpeleta said he was open to moving it to 7pm, as per last year. In previous years, it had started at 9pm, but was moved as part of a major shake-up of the schedule after the 2017 race nearly had to be cancelled due to rain. "I have talked about it with Jorge and with other riders and we have to evaluate the situation," Ezpeleta said in a press conference in Madrid on Wednesday, where Lorenzo was also present. "At the moment there is nothing decided, but if it is in our hands to increase the safety of the riders, we will do it. If there are really dangerous conditions we will apply the change." Any change would mean the Moto3 and Moto2 races would likely to be moved back to their 2018 times of 4pm and 5.20pm respectively. Sunset takes place at around 5.40pm.

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Yamaha MotoGP team manager Massimo Meregalli says he is not worried about Valentino Rossi's showing in Qatar testing and is convinced the Italian will be fighting at the front this weekend. Rossi concluded last month's Qatar test with the fifth-fastest time over the course of the three days, a little under half a second slower than factory Yamaha teammate Maverick Vinales. The seven-time premier class champion also lagged behind Vinales over the longer runs at the Losail International Circuit, which hosts the opening round of the 2019 season on Sunday. Describing the winter as a "very positive" one for the Yamaha team all round, Meregalli told Motorsport.com he expects Rossi to be fighting at the head of the pack along with Vinales in Qatar, despite not being able to challenge the Spaniard in testing. Meregalli said of Rossi: "He hasn’t been that fast and hasn’t set very nice laptimes, but I’m not worried because, considering our previous experiences, we know that on Sundays at race time he’s in front. "In any case, Maverick’s feedback about the bike is the same as Vale’s, although the Italian has complained about a lack of top speed. That is our bike’s negative point. "Yamaha always tries to follow its rider’s instructions. If Maverick is happy with this package and Valentino prefers to take another way, Yamaha will try to find solutions to make Rossi feel comfortable. "Valentino’s feedback has always been constructive. If we had to race today, I would bet on him being in front." Read Also:What we learned from Qatar MotoGP testing The Yamaha MotoGP squad has undergone many changes this winter, with the Iwata marque installing a new project leader - Takahiro Sumi - and handing more responsibility to its European base in Lesmo regarding the development of the M1 bike. Meregalli said the arrival of Sumi has already had a positive impact inside the Yamaha pitbox. "When we heard about the new project leader we thought nothing was going to change regarding the working method," admitted the Italian. "But instead of that, Sumi has introduced a new way of working, both in the team and in Japan. Since he arrived, communication with riders and technicians is better. "By identifying and admitting the weak points of our bike, he analysed the information and came to the conclusion that we didn’t have to design a new bike, but to improve our critical areas to take the maximum of the M1's potential. "Everything he suggested to the riders was really welcome: to improve at the turns and allow them to accelerate earlier. That is the direction."

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Génial, sa frâneze mai târziu și sa deschidă gazul mai repede, cine s-ar fi gândit la asta!? 😂 Tare Sumi.

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Acum 3 minute, Altair a spus:

Génial, sa frâneze mai târziu și sa deschidă gazul mai repede, cine s-ar fi gândit la asta!? 😂 Tare Sumi.

Așa zicea și Rossi anul trecut, când era întrebat ce îi lipsește mobrei. :)

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Acum 1 oră, Altair a spus:

Génial, sa frâneze mai târziu și sa deschidă gazul mai repede, cine s-ar fi gândit la asta!? 😂 Tare Sumi.

:10:

Ba,e destept tare japonezul,iata directia de urmat :crack:

 

Da,Rossi a fost tare anul trecut la o cursa cand a fost intrebat in ce portiuni a fost Vinales mai rapid ca el,a zis ceva de genul "ma nush,accelera si frana mai tare ca mine,in rest nu prea" :crack:

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Cred ca treaba e mult mai complexa decat,frana si gaz.

Sa o faci la limita e dificil.

Probabil electronica e un factor decisiv la nivelul asta.

Foarte multi parametrii daca e sa ne gandim logic

Editat de P T R

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Acum 6 ore, P T R a spus:

 

Probabil electronica e un factor decisiv la nivelul asta.

si atunci ''chilotu'' ce rol mai are?

era intrebare retorica oricum...., astea-s vremurile, nu avem ce face :)

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Corect,in conditile astea fiecare simte diferit.

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Pana la urma, la ce ora e la noi? Merci!

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Acum 31 minute, TETEA. a spus:

Pana la urma, la ce ora e la noi? Merci!

19:00.

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Acum 7 ore, Doctor X a spus:

19:00.

 

10X! Nu mai stiam, mai muta ora de start, nu o mai muta, au mutat-o deja...

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Poate nu e ora finala...

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Practice for the season-opening Qatar Grand Prix gets underway tomorrow (Friday), but if MotoGP riders have anything to do with it the scheduled time of Sunday's race will still be changed. Last year saw MotoGP's only night race brought forward from 9pm to 7pm, reducing the risk of slippery dew forming on the circuit and allowing more leeway for any rain delays. It also meant Moto3 became a day race and Moto2 a dusk race. But the 2019 MotoGP is due to start an hour later, at 8pm. It’s a situation triple premier-class champion Jorge Lorenzo has already warned about after falling during the recent pre-season test. But so far the 8pm start time remains, something Lorenzo branded as 'quite dangerous' on Thursday at Losail. "My plan was to do a ten-lap half-race during the test, but unfortunately the temperature dropped a lot and also the humidity [increased] and while going quite smoothly I crashed in turn two," said the new Repsol Honda rider. "So hopefully the race will start earlier on Sunday. This is something that for sure I will try to speak about tomorrow in the Safety Commission because at 8pm the temperature drops very dramatically and, also because of the humidity, it's quite dangerous." Fellow riders supported Lorenzo's opinion. "Last year we raced at 7. For me, if we race at 7 it's better. It's more safe," said Yamaha's nine-time world champion Valentino Rossi, the most experienced rider in the championship. Lorenzo's team-mate and reigning MotoGP champion Marc Marquez added that it would also be a better show: "Last year we raced at 7 and it was a really good race. The temperature and humidity was fine, so I prefer to race at 7 too. Less risky and for the show it will be better."

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Un link cu conferinta are cineva pls?

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