MotoGP » Pedrosa downbeat despite home Jerez pole


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Yamazuki - Unregistered

May 02, 2010 12:45 AM

"...we all know what you are capable of if you get the the first corner in the lead!..."

...yes we know!!! He causes a traffic jam and gets passed by Ducatis and Yamahas!

With the age coming older, collaboration between Burgess and Vale mean nothing. It's time for Lorenzo, Stoner and Pedrosa. Yamaha will rely on Lorenzo, Honda will be comeback, Burgess I suggest to join with Ducati. But actually no one will dominant. Second tenth years in this century moto gp will be more atractive.

Amie R1sp

May 02, 2010 7:18 AM

We look at race day .Rossi keep nails. Lorenzo and Stoner also will show the true potential on the race. There will be differences in stability and performance. Pedrosa will probably win if he could go into the first corner before others in first.

hoppy

May 02, 2010 4:47 PM

I made a comment that we know what Dani is capable of when he gets to the first corner in the lead.You called my comment meaningless and pathetic.Proved right though was i not?
Dani rode a stunning race and was damn unluck to get caught by a flying Lorenzo.
Looks like you were talking sh*t again yes?

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