MotoGP » Moto2: de Angelis fastest in first ever 600cc session


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Steve Reddy

April 09, 2010 8:56 PM

Good to see Scott Redding doing well. I expected de Angelis to go well, Elias was in the top ten then slipped back? anyone know what happened to Toni the tiger? On his last lap Ant West knocked a second a lap off his quickest time to move up to TWENTIETH, oh well there is hope for him yet I guess.

Russell - Unregistered

April 09, 2010 9:38 PM

elias had surgery after a crash in jerez in the last test so he wont be 100% fit


angelis flying, but if you take him out of the equation the next 20riders within a second!!!

Superbockster - Unregistered

April 09, 2010 9:45 PM

Woohoo ! Close racing at last ! The first 10 are ...hey, wait a minute ... is that half-a-second from 1st to second ? More than 1second between 1st an 10th ?

The last was what ... 3/4/5 seconds off-pace ?

:-X

./J

Superbockster - Unregistered

April 09, 2010 10:00 PM

Hi mom :P

Oh, FYI:
The first pilot that got over 2 seconds from de Angelis:
Kenny NOYES, in the 21th position - 2.010.
The first pilot the got over 3 seconds from de Angelis:
Lukas PESEK, 34th fastest (?) - 3.108.
Robertino PIETRI got the 35th fastest (now that's a laugh) with over 4sec slower than the leader (4.194).
The last was Bernat MARTINEZ on the 41th spot, with over 6.8 seconds from the leader.

Oh wait, I believe that is close racing. The leaders WILL get close to the last by mid-race :)

./J

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