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 2016 Qatar MotoGP

Leaving any other prominent bloggers in devastated state.
POLL: Who will win the Qatar MotoGP?
BIG SURPRISE NEWS: DO YOU KNOW JATIMOTOBLOG?
With just days away from opening race of 2016 MotoGP season, the question might not be dealing with who's to win the race or Suzuki to earn their first podium. Rather it is inevitably Jatimotoblog that has been drawing so much attention in the track of Losail. 

The East Java-based community has probably shocked the world when MotoGP's Dorna surprisingly invited them to join the intense atmosphere in the opening race in dessert-stricken Losail circuit. 

The decision, which was otherwise expected regarding with Indonesia hosting 2017 MotoGP season, has seemingly made several notable bloggers, including Taufik Hidayat and Iwan Setiawan, left devastated, since both, among others, are well-known for long-lasting MotoGP media partner. 

During the visit, every eligible member of Jatimotoblog's welcomed to come into paddocks of each team and allowed to take non-private pictures. They are also permitted to make interview with prominent figures in the paddocks. 

After the Qatar series, Jatimotoblog is free to join next series with any team they have already picked from.

 



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Yearby23

March 14, 2016 3:42 PM

cossiegaz:
Sete: Amazing, a guy with only 9 wins in the last six years tops the poll and the current world champion with 35 wins in the same period is second!
But how many wins will Lorenzo have when he's 37 years old? Will he still be good enough to be racing at 37? How many wins will Lorenzo have when he's in his 20th season? Will he make it to a 20th season? How many World championships will Lorenzo win? Will he ever win 9? How many races will Lorenzo win in his career? Will he ever surpass Rossi and Agostini? How many manufacturers will Lorenzo win premier class races and championships with? Will he ever change manufacturers?
None of that is relevant.