MotoGP » Stoner race tyre fourth as 'everything goes wrong'


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Contender - Unregistered

October 24, 2009 12:07 PM

Wow that's a fantastic lap on old bicycle tyres, just imagine how fast he 'woulda' been on new tyres, 'shoulda' easily have been world champ this year. The grid 'coulda' been different.
Wonder what happened to his allocation? I think you can only use 1 front and 1 rear during the race.. :)

brendan - Unregistered

October 24, 2009 12:17 PM

people say monaing but he is just telling us what happened during the session and then tells us he is happy with race pace.

nothing wrong with that. no different to a lorenzo, rossi, dani statement. despite what i been reading in other threads. people forget or chose not to remember or twist it in another way when other champs/riders have complained about their machinery in the past.

. Lucifer

October 24, 2009 1:22 PM

Thing-a-me-Bob,

You must of watched a different telecast to what I did.
Sure he looked unhappy when he pulled into the pits. He shook his head and handed the bike to the crew without acknowledgment, BUT he walked to his seat sat down and took off his gloves and helmet and put them in their place.
Thats all I saw.
You can understand (eeerr, maybe you DONT want to)why he was upset, he likes to do his best and always rides to his best ability and when some thing beyond his control is not right he gets frustrated, thats how he is.

Also seeing you were watching a different telecast, you would not have heard the commentator saying how Casey uses "less" TC then any other rider out there.


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