MotoGP » Lucky podium after Misano drama

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VRob - Unregistered

September 08, 2009 3:40 PM

I'm surprised to read that the team did not 'look at the race seriously enough'. I doubt you'd ever hear something like that from the likes of J.Burgess.

Could have been worse for Bradley though - he could have been fighting for a win with Iannone!

tripod dave - Unregistered

September 09, 2009 11:26 AM

I love Bradley's style on the bike. With a bit of clear track its an object lesson on how to string a lap together.
Clearly (and interestingly) both for Bradley and his team some of the racecraft needed at this level is still a learning curve.
Wish him all the very best for the rest of the season and both hope and expect him to take second place in the championship.

Buelliful .

September 09, 2009 11:56 AM

I missed the GP due to stupid me forgetting to set the timer properly but seems like lady luck was shining for once for Bradders! 2nd place isn't out of the question for the season now, give it the berries! :)

NCR - Unregistered

September 10, 2009 10:36 PM

A lesson learned, and a bit of a reprieve thanks to Iannone. How often did we see Stoner grab pole last year only for Rossi to come through and win with a good race set up? Good luck for the remainder of the season, and for a deservedly competitive ride next year.


September 11, 2009 5:27 AM

anyone on here know exactly what iannonne said in the interview to spanish press immediatly after the race, must have been tasty, it got his sponsors in a huff....i cant find anything online giving any info, was just wondering if anyone on here from spain seen or heard the interview, would love to know what remarks he made that were so bad to cause his sponsors to distance themselves???? anyone? thanks in advance........

Ariadna Buenafé

September 11, 2009 1:25 PM

Hi Sinatra.

Here in Spain the press said that Iannone had said that he didn't touch Espargaro because he thought Espargaro and spanish people were nasty...but then he wrote a statement saying that he was so sorry and he didn't truly think that..

At least he said sorry, because here in Spain people was very angry with him for what he said.

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