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Darkwaknight - Unregistered

February 06, 2009 9:34 AM

Immpressive showing again from Cappi.. Stoner wrist I bet is alright today now he is top of the list?? :rolleyes: The kid has bags of talent so the need to have a 'Reason' as to why he is not top astounds me.. This is a weakness Rossi will try and use against him in 09 as he looks to a real threat again. Danni has now got sorted and up there.. Sorry to see Sete has not improved much but I would guess he is not looking for lap times here but trying to get a base setting and the bike/team gelled and sorted..And Hayden fans can rejoice as he is now the second Duke dethroning Sete from yesterday. and ohh Canepa the signs are not good so far he has work to do as Ducati's Godfather Child!! :D

Realitybites - Unregistered

February 06, 2009 9:55 AM

Stoner only did 24 laps, it appears, so it's fairly likely he was hurting. Rossi commented that he was hurting yesterday too, but that, of course, isn't moaning but Stoner's comments are? Look at the picture of the damn bike, how hard Stoner is on the brakes and remember his arm was cut open and a bit of his hip was put in and try to imagine the load on his wrists. Do you people have ANY life other than for slanging off?

Brian Clark - Unregistered

February 06, 2009 9:56 AM

Toseland certainly seems to have major problems judging by Colins times, so, if he wants success he should forget his "piano tuning" & "bike tuning"
Don't dissapoint your fans James!?"?!

Bob Butta hates new Crash! - Unregistered

February 06, 2009 10:16 AM

What's happened to Toseland?
Being English, he's proably misunderstands and misconstrues everything he's told. Brake later James, accelerate earlier. Must have an Aussie in his crew, because Australian does seem a difficult language for the English to decypher.
Seriously though, I think he's a good bloke and he'll get it together.
The picture of Stoner makes the Duc look like it's got more frame flex than my old Katana!

Rob - Unregistered

February 06, 2009 10:46 AM

My younger brother had the same injury as Stoner, and the same procedure to 'repair' it's certainly not easy to recover from, even a year on he still has some difficulty moving, so props to Casey.

Nick - Unregistered

February 06, 2009 11:19 AM

I know it is only one test and you shouldn't read too much into it but JT needs to be very careful. If he is unable to improve significantly in the first 3-4 races, I can see Yamaha replacing him with Melandri.

YAMAPIMP - Unregistered

February 06, 2009 11:25 AM

The reason JT is last is because he is not good enough. I said last year he would struggle for top 10 in the fnal standings and got slated on here. I stand by it this year too, top ten at best overall.

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