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Bump!!!! Anybody else? you need to be sorted before qualifying on Saturday to get full points :thumb:

 

(If it's the same as last year I haven't actually looked) 😀

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smug smug! smug smug smug 🤣🤣

 

1.Hoggs' Hooners 87.0
 
2 rennie 74.5
 
3 SuzukiRF 72.0
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1 hour ago, Hoggs said:

smug smug! smug smug smug 🤣🤣

 

1.Hoggs' Hooners 87.0
 
2 rennie 74.5
 
3 SuzukiRF 72.0

Your post has been edited too, dread to think what you wrote the first time round. 😛

Well done...for now.

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Rennie clawed back a few points. miller disappointing again... 

 

Hoggs' Hooners 175.0
rennie 170.5
SuzukiRF 166.0
 
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1 hour ago, Hoggs said:

Rennie clawed back a few points. miller disappointing again... 

 

Hoggs' Hooners 175.0
rennie 170.5
SuzukiRF 166.0
 

Hey come on, I made up points too from last week.

If you look at it, only 9 points seperate first place and third place. 😛

Be ready to come last soon.

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20 minutes ago, Hoggs said:

I made changes and then vinales and Bagnia both fluffed qually 😭

 

I feel for you @Hoggs, I too thought Vinales would do well and opted not to trade him for Marquez, but now deeply regret that I didn't.

Will have to hold on hope that our gold riders do well tomorrow since we have the same riders going against @rennie's.

 

But what a recovery from Marc eh? You really can't write him off even after that season ending injury last year.

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17 hours ago, JackieOWheels said:

 

 

But what a recovery from Marc eh? You really can't write him off even after that season ending injury last year.

oh it was amazing, be interesting to see if he can keep the pace up for a whole race distance.

 

Just starting Moto3 - will McPhee be able to do anything with his 3 hour penalty 🤣

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1 hour ago, Hoggs said:

oh it was amazing, be interesting to see if he can keep the pace up for a whole race distance.

 

Just starting Moto3 - will McPhee be able to do anything with his 3 hour penalty 🤣

Lol, I don't follow Moto3 but how does one get out of a 3 hour penality, lol!

 

Yay, race time!

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14 minutes ago, JackieOWheels said:

Lol, I don't follow Moto3 but how does one get out of a 3 hour penality, lol!

 

Yay, race time!

Well it was pit lane start plus 10 seconds which equates to about 3 hours in race time 🤣

short answer is: you don't.

Unless you're Acosta who is a name to watch out for in the future!! Kid has ridiculous levels of skill. YOU HEARD IT HERE FIRST @JackieOWheels!!

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3 minutes ago, Hoggs said:

Well it was pit lane start plus 10 seconds which equates to about 3 hours in race time 🤣

short answer is: you don't.

Unless you're Acosta who is a name to watch out for in the future!! Kid has ridiculous levels of skill. YOU HEARD IT HERE FIRST @JackieOWheels!!

Maybe I should start watching MotoGP3. 😛

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