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 Round 3 - Montlhéry Short

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Jean-louis Petillot
Gérard Ryon
Franck Mercurio
Adam Svoboda
Stephane Bordignon
Peter Shexter
Frank Verplanken
Philippe Martinelli
JB Massida
Jean-François Bovy
Jon Hawkins
Yannick Lampure
Jukka Närhi
Patrick Marucco
Ben Paulet
Christian Steu
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Carlo Pozzi
Antoine de Mautor
Ludovic Tiengou
Greg Hunt
Guillaume Siebert
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PostSubject: Re: Round 3 - Montlhéry Short   Round 3 - Montlhéry Short - Page 4 Icon_minitimeTue 5 Apr 2011 - 18:45

Ludovic Tiengou wrote:

Alain Prost is mostly viewed as a cold winning man..somethings like a anglo saxon...not really something french love. We rather like magnificent, bragart and loosing men like Alesi lol! lol! lol!
And well if french has to choose a great driver we've got one named Sebastien Loeb Smile
As for Biaggi he was simply no match to THE DOCTOR. He was a great pilot but always put his mistakes on the bike not on himself. And he wasn't as charismatic as Rossi (like Pedrosa is to Lorenzo in Spain)

You obviously have the point with those motorbicycle riders... Loeb is unbielievably fast but also seems like cold winning machine.
In F1 maybe J. Bianchi in the near future. :top:
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