I don't know if there is any interest in a thread this year?

Into the second race in Argentina yesterday brought out the best and the worst in M Marquez.
His final clash with Rossi was inevitable. He doesn't know when to stop pushing and went into the corner way too hot and Rossi paid the price.

Nice win for Cal, and the first British rider to top the list since Barry Sheene waaaaaaaaay back in the 70's

I can see Lorenzo getting the push at Ducati if he doesn't pull his finger out. He's had a season to work the bike out and was 15th and 42 seconds behind Crutchlow. The worst of all the works and satellite Ducatis, yet the highest wage.