Raul Fernandes

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Raul Fernandes

Postby kiwikrasher » 19 Nov 2021, 00:13


So he’s come out basically saying he was more deserving and he had more road blocks from the team.

I’m sure there is a lot more too it but when you break it down he lost the championship on points, and those points were lost due to crashes of his own doing. Everyone is subject to the same rules and conditions so while I’m a bit bias as a Aussie took the crown, I feel Raul is being a bit of a bad sport about it all.

They both are new to MotoGP class now so let’s see how they each develop on the same bike. Raul was a good second ahead of Remy in their first testing but Remy is still dealing with injury.
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Re: Raul Fernandes

Postby Kwacky » 19 Nov 2021, 09:17

I see he's laying down a marker for his new team not to like him.

I can imagine he's hurting for not winning the title, but it's how you deal with upset and set backs that makes the difference.
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