MotoGP » Stoner stars as Valencia test concludes, Rossi 15th


Casey Stoner fastest on second and final day of Valencia test; Jorge Lorenzo's day one time unbeaten; Valentino Rossi just 15th at end of Ducati debut...

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Firefly

November 10, 2010 5:29 PM

With pain in my heart, I will support Stoner next year. I really wish he was still on that Ducati but alas.

I still support Ducati too, but man do I hope Stoner shows them what they've lost.

pp916 - Unregistered

November 10, 2010 5:31 PM

Even if Cal is entitled to an extra 'rookie test' I got the impression from things said at the weekend that he might not get it......I'm guessing that's down to Tech 3 penny pinching again, they have a history of this (ie missing tests) with Edwards/Toseland in the past. It will be a great pity if that's how it goes as he needs as much time on the bike as possible, look at Simoncelli, its taken the whole season for him to come good, if he'd had more time on the bike pre-season he would have been on the rostrum toward season end.

The Game

November 10, 2010 5:37 PM
Last Edited 1478 days ago

It's a shame to see this fake $ss Rossi fans saying that he has disappointed us. The guy is testing I mean get real y'all we al know he is in a development stage, not trying to put some of these fast laptimes.

Can't believe how many dumb f&!kers we got on this website.



Martin - Unregistered

November 10, 2010 5:43 PM

I would think Rossi is sandbagging again, just as he did on the first Yamaha tests. Takes lots of confidence to do just that, but he isn't exactly bad at psychological warfare.

It's very interesting that Stoner and Lorenzo are so gung ho about getting the fastest time in testing, but I guess that is the difference between two young pups, and the old master...

Anyways, We are so in for a fantastic season, and I can't wait till March.

Good luck all to all of them... :)

Southerner

November 10, 2010 5:46 PM

Agree Firefly.George wears that 'Spartan' logo. The real 'Spartan' has been Casey on the 800 Duc. Sad to see he's found an undoubtedly 'enforced' home outside Ducati. Mixed emotions, but for sure I'll be rooting for him and Ben.
CS and BS would have been my Ducati team forward.
Nevertheless,solid and exceptional by both of them.

bomberkarl - Unregistered

November 10, 2010 5:46 PM

Crutchlow's got some serious catching up to do, hopefully he will get another test, because waiting until Feb is terrible. As another has said he may need a year just to get up to speed, my only worry for him is he tends to push it where he shouldn't and crashes. Crashing in GP has proven to be a very bad thing lately.

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