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Miguel Speaks out about his chances at Daytona

6262 Views 17 Replies 13 Participants Last post by  Joe_Momma
GO MIGUEL!!! I hope he has a great season this year. As mucn as I'd like to see him come back and really spank Mlladin I don't think it's going to happen.

oh yeah, 1st one. whoop-dee-do.
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It would be nice to see Mr.AMA spank Mladin and that little sh!t Nicky. Miguel carries himself like a champion. The young riders like Nicky act like Premaddonas. Go Miguel, hope you have one championship season left in you.

Well as good as it might sound from the horses own mouth being psyched up doesn't mean a thing. I'm glad miguel is ready to go the 56 laps I think it is and that his injuries are not an issue. My overall pick for the win is still Nicky Hayden, but the closer it gets to race time my stomach starts getting the Russel knot. I have a strange feeling that Scott Russel is going to check out early in this one. I'm not sure where the feeling is coming from, but there is a disturbance in the "Force" luke. Well good luck to all the racers on the grid we'll all be watching on tape delay :(
That would be Premadonna and I think your attitude towards the younger racers is derived from jealousy? Sure nicky and some of the other young racers might not run to you when your in the pits to sign autographs, but hey no biggy to me. I try to picture what I'd do if I was still in high school and I was a factory honda rider. I think I'd wonder why people thought I was great while I was sitting in math class thinking about the prom and what not. I think younger racers like Nicky Hayden and Kurtis Robert don't see what they do as a big deal like us fans do. So give the kids a break man they will change as they get older and learn to appreciate there fans more, but until then I wouldn't call them "Little " he he he.
Wrong again, it is

Prima donna: a temperamental person; a person who takes adulation and privileged treatment as a right and reacts with petulance to criticism or inconvenience.

I don't know if jealousy has influenced his attitude, but I agree with you that the youth of the riders affects their behavior. How wierd would it be to be in their shoes (and how fun).
What did Nicky ever do? From what I've observed he's conducted himself a lot better than most of the racers out there. I'd like to see a lot more racers conduct themselves like Nicky does.
Do you understand scarcasm ...... "Doofus" ?
Maybe, just maybe, Joe_mamma was being sarcastic, too... ya think?
Hmmm... a VFR owner with the correct and/or reasonable answer. I've noticed that several times lately. Maybe there's a correlation? ;-)
You've got to be joking, Nicky Hayden is one of the nicest people/racer you could meet (also add Eric Bostrom)! At PPIR last year, even after his total dissapointing ride, at the end he signed fan's items with a smile!

Now, the same can't be said for Kurtis Roberts, that is one huge "chip" on that young man's shoulder! Must be the weight of carrying the "Roberts name", :(

You must not be following his post "content" to date. And by the way, ya think maybe, just maybe you don't know what sarcasm is? Hint, it doesn't include name calling.
This will be the second season for the praised RC-51. I wouldn't be surprised if HRC has come up with a few ways of getting the V-Twin's power to the ground. With everything tuned to his specs, expect Miguel to be really really fast. I think Nicky will be faster than last year but Roberts will be faster. I give the race to Kurtis. He is a crazy MoFo.
You guys think that maybe, just maybe we could stick to the topic, instead of just ramlbing and flaming about first post, or not first post, who understands sarcasm, and other stupid crap that has nothing to do with Miguel, and his chances of winning races.

Indulge yourself with the gargantuan coverage of the Daytona 200 on This site can’t even measure up to in coverage of the 200.
relax stevegrab. don't read it if you don't want. i was just trying to get someone to stop the ersonal insults.
Steve your reply had nothing to do with Miguel Duhamel.

But, in all seriousness, I think it would be mighty cool for Duhamel to win it. He has always seemed to be a modest rider, and has had his share of ups and downs. In my opinion he is afun rider to follow when he is doing great as well as when he is doing not so great.
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