MotoGP » 'Grid strategy' blamed for Stoner warm-up lap disaster.


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jambrong - Unregistered

November 08, 2009 6:43 PM

c'mon guys give this guy a break ... maybe his scaphoid problems recurrence and had cause him fall in warm up lap ... what ????????? warm up lap !!!!!!!! mwheheheheehehehehehheehehe :? :? :?

jjrocco - Unregistered

November 08, 2009 6:46 PM

@Robert Jones

BWHAHAHAHAHAHAAHHAHAH!

When Rossi makes a mistake it sounds like this
"For sure, I made a little bit of a mistake, next week I wear a donkey helmet"

When Stoner makes a mistake
"It was because of the Grid strategy, the tires should have been warmer".........

rocker - Unregistered

November 08, 2009 6:48 PM

my sugesstion for next year....only for Casey Stoner....please just bring your momma stove to the grid to keep your tyre warm....bhahahaha..

and remember,please don't fall again in warm up lap...not only because it's hurt but it is really embarrasing....really.....bhahahaha...

you are a pro by the way,aren't you?? bhahahahaha......

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