MotoGP » Jerez Moto2 test times - Overall

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tust - Unregistered

March 29, 2010 7:03 PM

Very interesting, but all very slow...... I believe ELIAS :p and some other of the old 250 cc riders will do a great battle, first because they already know all the circuits and because the important part will be to be constant.
So out for the title the quickest of today corti clodio :rolleyes: , ...and some others...
Scott Redding will be in because he is now mature. :)


March 29, 2010 7:55 PM

look at that strong and varied field of talented riders and well supported teams. this is the best thing Dorna has done in a while (and as usual stole from In Front). Hate to say this, but although WSBK is having it's strongest period ever (IMO) WSS must be s**tting itself. Flammini on eurosport saying that Moto2 has taken nothing away from WSS. Hodgson summed it up, 'liar'. he must be bricking it for the WSS class. Anyone read his interview in Motorcycle Racer (Apr 10), i think he is worried about the 2012 motogp switch to 1000cc. Dorna are stealing ideas (capacity/control tyre etc) and there seems to be nothing he can do about it.

Mossop - Unregistered

March 29, 2010 8:53 PM

I wish those on here who bitch about the Moto2 class being slow would do a bit of research. have a look at the 250 race from last year and you'll see the entire field of 40 riders are lapping faster than the guy who finished in 19th place (out of 25 yes I know)and the fastest lap time would have been good enough for 6th in the race. Add to this that the track temp was 40 deg for the race with an air temp of 26 deg and this weekend has been nearer 20 deg air temp makes these times look all the more interesting and competative.

Phil - Unregistered

March 29, 2010 10:07 PM

I think lap times will improve as the season goes on, once the riders/teams get to know the package better.
Anyway, anyone remember the pro-am series? Certainly not fast, but very, very close.

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