MotoGP » Lorenzo supreme at Silverstone, Spies podium

Jorge Lorenzo wins the British MotoGP at Silverstone, fight for second and third entertains the fans.

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stavros - Unregistered

June 20, 2010 2:29 PM

At one stage in the race Stoner was over 5 seconds behind Hayden, yet finished on his back wheel. If you imagine Casey got as good a start as Hayden and subtract 5 seconds from his race time he finishes only 2 seconds behind Jorge, and that doesn't take into account the time he lost overtaking.

Laterrus: Rossi Fanboy #1

June 20, 2010 2:34 PM

Goooooooo Ben! What a way to kick A$$ on that down on power M1 AND a broken ankle! One has to wonder what he woulda done fully fit and on a factory M1. I don't think he would have a had a problem crushing Hayden OR Dovi on a faster M1! Tech 3 M1 smothered between 3 factory bikes! Way to handle yourself in the fire Ben! I literally screamed at the TV begging Spies to go for it and get by Hayden! I guess it woulda been cool to see Hayden get the podium but, to me, Spies deserved it more because he had more things against him than him the factory guys around him yet, he was still right there battling with them.

Mojo Jojo

June 20, 2010 2:34 PM

"If you imagine Casey got as good a start as Hayden and subtract 5 seconds from his race time he finishes only 2 seconds behind Jorge..."

I can actually also imagine Rossi not crashing and injuring himself and beating everyone in the race by about 12 seconds - but why would I?

Torpedo Clown - Unregistered

June 20, 2010 2:42 PM


Simocelli's bike is obviouly a better package than the Tech3 Soies is riding based on DePuniet's performance.


That race on the aprilia SBK was a fluke.

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