Forsyth wins MotoGP. Didn't he do well?
Legendary British variety "entertainer" Bruce Forsyth today celebrated his inaugural MotoGP victory by treating capacity crowds at the Misano race circuit to a display of his famous "thinker" pose. Good game, good game!
Fondue set not pictured…
Meanwhile Jorge Lorenzo was confirmed as the new host of TV's Generation Game. Give us a twirl!
Brilliant - absolutely brilliant. This is what we need some more of back on here.
Forsyth puzzles over Yamaha's new wing mirrors (all the better to see the carnage behind you with), whilst Lorenzo is in the pits battling with the intricacies of 'Strictly's' marking system.
Or is it the other way around?
In a related development the GOAT today acknowledged the role of Larry Grayson in his Misano podium placing, and claimed that
he'd been channeling the late TV gameshow compère as he fought to stay ahead of Bautista through turns 10 and 14 of the demanding circuit: Shut that door!
Speaking exclusively to crashmybikes.com, Rossi said: "For sure when Ducati say we must use…ah, how you say in English…'old pooftah', I was not happy. But with Grayson we can give full gas everywhere, so no problem! Maybe next week we make test with Russell Harty, no? Hahahahaha! Ciao, baby."
BACKSTAGE AFTER THE PODIUM PRESENTATION
Doctor to Grayson: Have you got a sore throat?
Larry: No, it's just a little horse.
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