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Post by PLAYLIFE on Wed Jan 13 2016, 09:25

So in the off season I have been watching the MotoGP/Moto documentaries that I've been able to get my hands on. Some I've seen before but others I haven't. All of them well worth a watch, some much better than others, but all really enjoyable.

- Faster (2003)
- Faster & Faster (2004)
- The Doctor, The Tornado and the Kentucky Kid (2006)
- TT3D: Closer to the Edge (2011)
- Fastest (2011)
- The Unrideables (2013)
- The Unrideables 2 (2014)
- Hitting the Apex (2015)

Haven't yet finished watching Hitting the Apex, it goes for nearly 2.5 hours and is a great watch. It does show Simoncelli's accident which I had to skip past as I still can't bare to watch it just yet. It was nice to see they concentrated on him for a portion of the film including some interviews and some highlights.
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Post by Henrik on Wed Jan 13 2016, 19:09

Yeah those are all great. I loved TT3D. Hitting the Apex was great, but the Simoncelli accident was hard to watch again. You did the right thing to skip it.

It's funny re-watching Faster how old it now seems compare to the Apex.

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Post by H8R on Wed Jan 20 2016, 14:52

Where'd you guys see hitting the apex?
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Post by Henrik on Wed Jan 20 2016, 20:44

Umm, at home on my TV....

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Post by Gelert on Fri Jan 22 2016, 22:11

A'hem...



LOL! lol!

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Post by H8R on Sun Mar 20 2016, 21:17

Ha! @Henrik.
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Post by PLAYLIFE on Wed Jul 13 2016, 13:48

H8R wrote:Where'd you guys see hitting the apex?

Got a version off a t.o.rren .t site pirat

Watched it again last week on a domestic flight from Brisbane to Melbourne, it was on the Qantas entertainment system, couldn't help myself but watch it again!
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