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Discussion in 'Racing, Motorsports, and Track Days' started by NoOrangeLeft, Jun 1, 2014.
Anyone watching that now?!?!
What a fight between Marc And Jorge
Wow...what a race..
And race 300 for the Doctor. What a legend.
Just gets better all the time. What a celebration !
Rossi - to have survived 300 GPs and still end up on the podium. More than a legend.
A legend...finishing 300th race on the podium..
Marcy could dominate for a decade or two if he doesn't get hurt. Young, superbly skilled and no fear, reminds me of a young Ayrton Senna.
Was a bloody good race.
Rossi is 35 now, still really think of him as the 17 yo kid when started 125cc - but he has been racing MotoGP for 18 years!
He's still not old, and seems to show no signs of wanting to give up.
300 starts, and he scored points in 267 of those.
It was a great race and to see Rossi back up there on his 300th was great. The crowd was ecstatic.
The Moto3GP was brilliant as well, lead swapped between 8 riders and Feneti Vinales and Rins were separated by a whisker as they crossed the line. Aussie Jack Miller crashed out but still retains the championship lead.