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Old 05-13-2018, 09:17 PM
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Hard not to like him.

And it sounds like if yamaha can figure out this electronics issue, hopefully he will compete again for wins instead of podiums.
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No wonder that so many people like him!
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Then look for what Zarco’s manager said about him and why he went to KTM and then you’ll understand why not everyone likes him and interviews like that are what he is really good at always be afraid of the smiling assassin
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I understand that it's the game he plays. But, he plays it very well.

To be honest, Yamaha let him go once. He returned to Yamaha with his tail between his legs and on more equal terms. I just can't see him having veto power over their satellite team.

https://www.motorcyclesports.net/mot...no-veto-power/

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Sounds like just the european press rumor mill working overtime to me.
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I understand that it's the game he plays. But, he plays it very well.

To be honest, Yamaha let him go once. He returned to Yamaha with his tail between his legs

He does play the game well he’s the very best at that.

What folks are missing he came back to Yamaha to ride the bike that Lorenzo developed,but with him having got Lorenzo out he’s back in control and look where they are!!!
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Colin Edwards' son interviews Rossi and Vinales,

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