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rs125 R

October 03, 2009 11:05 AM
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great run by CS .... SUPERB RUN by JL ... and usual SANDBAG by VR .... Can't wait till tomorrow.

And last but not least ... good job by CE ... another show of consistency.

TP45

October 03, 2009 11:08 AM

Casey's back ladies and gentleman...no doubt about it, making the other guys on the Duc look pedestrian. I for one am very happy to see him back at the sharp end. As for the rest, usual service resumed...nice to see Colin in front of Pedrobot and Dovisioso...just needs to convert that into race result to clinch 5th in the championship...in this company that would be a stellar result and give Big Ben something to shoot at...can't wait to see it!

Anant Deboor - Unregistered

October 03, 2009 11:09 AM

First he keeps taking off into the distance while all other Ducati riders keep struggling. Then he falls badly sick, takes off for 3 months, doesn't touch a bike and then comes back and is on the front row within 2 practice sessions. What does he know about that bike that has flummoxed everyone else?
Forza Casey!
:) :)

SW - Unregistered

October 03, 2009 11:11 AM

Stoner is amazing. I know its only a practice but he beat all except Lorenzo. He looked like he was riding motocross and Lorenzo looked like he was on rails. Perhaps Pedrosa should take some time off and go fishing.

markb1067

October 03, 2009 11:18 AM

Crashnet a bit slow on this one, so.........off subject, Spies to run a wildcard Yamaha at Valencia. Probably means somebody will lose their 2nd bike (guess who). Should make for an interesting weekend, especially if the title is already decided by then.

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