MotoGP » Pedrosa ends Honda drought with US GP victory.

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JOHN - Unregistered

July 05, 2009 11:50 PM

Just great and brilliant for Dani and for once I am relieved he did not crash but slight pity the championship is probably out of the question now. All credit too to Jorge & Casey for their positions despite their crashes and riding through the pain barrier. Great guys!!! :)

Llort Murof - Unregistered

July 06, 2009 12:01 AM

It's a shame that Rossi's bike had that obvious problem early on or he would have undoubtedly been up thee and likely taken victory from Pedro.

Stoner obviously can't handle the pace and has yet more excuses, Lorenzo showed his immaturity by daring to attempt a reckless pass which could have wiped out his team mate.

Ride of the day goes to Rossi.

Yankee doodle - Unregistered

July 06, 2009 12:27 AM

Lets be realistic here. Any time you spot a guy that much of an acceleration advantage you had better be prepared to out-ride him somewhere else on the track! It looked like the rest of the field was chained to a fence at the start! Pedrosa has such a huge advantage at the start it is ridiculous. All due credit to Pedrosa for riding fast and hard at the front and he definitely deserved that win but it is time for Dorna to implement some kind of combined bike and rider weight system to even things out for everyone. And DOWN(!) to the idiots at FOX for feeding the pig and putting Puig on TV every other lap cheering on Dani! This is just a creepy relationship these two have!

rob w - Unregistered

July 06, 2009 12:36 AM

Ok the weight is an advantage in some areas and that start was taking the p1$$ but at 49kg how does he chuck the bike around like that???!!!
When Rossi goes this will be the land of the jockies,
And sorry to all you Spies fans who will now chip and say he will prove different, he said himself he's just too big.

JK - Unregistered

July 06, 2009 12:38 AM

forum Troll

What planet are you on?

Cracking win for Pedrosa which came totally out of the blue. Also fair play to Lorenzo for battling in his condition. As for Rossi, he still gained points on his title rivals so he wont be too upset. The only one who looked to struggle was Casey but we will see how he recovers in 2 weeks.

Not the most exciting race though.

Bob Buttamasangy

July 06, 2009 12:58 AM

Geeezz, that Honda is such a bucket'o'shyte isn't it!
Good job from the little fellah and hope he gets a few more too. F'n George, he had Rossi's measure but too impatient! Casey's drifting back but it could be a lot worse. Maybe knowing he'll be on the honda next year is keeping him up in the hunt. Rossi day........ppppfffffttt! Hahahahahahahahaha


July 06, 2009 2:52 AM

Well that was a pleasant surprise.
Dani took-off like a son of a gun and never looked back. Good for him and his team.
Something that's always amazing about Rossi is even when it looks like he's out of it - wham - he's knocking on the door.

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