MotoGP » Stoner raring to go for 2010 opener


The Australian targets a repeat his dominant victory at Losail for 2009 having topped pre-season testing there last month

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Hugh Janus - Unregistered

April 08, 2010 7:27 PM

Hey guys thanks for the good entertainment in here today and the quality/bull**** ratio being in the positive for the time being. The kids must still be at school today or something :p :p

Marky, liked your idea about the MotoGP my countries better than your country fight, could save a fortune in motorcycle racing costs for the teams!

Enjoy the weekend guys - I sure will :) :) :)

KTMKen

April 08, 2010 9:25 PM

Sorry if this is off topic but...

Hey Crash, how about starting an official race predictions thread for each event? That way we can all come back and laugh (or be smug) about where we thought the riders would finish?

To liven it up a bit, let your readers register and offer a prize for the best seasons worth of predictions, maybe a subscription to MotoGP online videos for next season, or a pair of tickets to the reader's choice of MotoGP event?

mass - Unregistered

April 08, 2010 9:52 PM

@grano

I agree with you mate, finally a sensible comment!

Looking forward to seeing Rossi and Stoner (and every other rider is welcome to join the party) fighting for wins at the last lap.

Can't believe practice session starts tomorrow!!!

mass

Sean - Unregistered

April 08, 2010 10:34 PM

Eyup fanboys...

My 2 penneth...I THINK Stoner riding on the edge is more awesome than Rossi on the edge.

I watch GP to be awestruck.

Awesome is a massively over-used Americanism, not in this case. Can't wait

fan - Unregistered

April 08, 2010 10:56 PM

Casey needs to bring all his 5hit to the table this year..
If he pulls up short, for whatever..he could be history..
Posted by wosideg

You're absolutely right. Even if he comes in 2nd or 3rd in the championship no one will want him (if you cannot read the sarcasm here I cannot help you).

How do you people come up with this chit?

Paul_46!!! - Unregistered

April 08, 2010 11:29 PM

Re: Stoner on the edge is mroe entertaining than Rossi on the edge. I kind of agree in the fact the Stoner generally rides more loose than Rossi with the bike moving around more. So by himself yes he is probably a more entertaining rider to watch, maybe even looks faster as a result. Rossi comes into his own when he is in a battle. i.e Laguna 2008 and Catalunya 2009. He pulls outs moves that other riders have the talent but maybe not the confidence, or even cheek, to try. Fair or unfair? racing is racing! it keeps me entertained and hand on heart I wouldn't b!tch if it happened the other way round! more of that for 2010 please! lets see these guys do what they do best!

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