MotoGP » Pedrosa fastest in Qatar, Honda form continues


Dani Pedrosa leads team-mate Casey Stoner on first night of the Qatar MotoGP test - Stoner and Jorge Lorenzo consistently under 1min 57sec.

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G-Banger - Unregistered

March 13, 2011 8:38 PM

Go Dani and good luck trying to keep that incredible Stoner behind you for the rest of the season.Also good luck to Ducati I hope you don't make a habit Mr Rossi of eating dirt through 2011.
Spies and Lorenzo battle starting to develop too.
Go MotoGP!!!Most of all go Stoner!!!!

digger - Unregistered

March 13, 2011 8:42 PM

Stoner might have wised up and let Danni think hes in with a sniff.

Lorenzo is most definitely holding back, I think he's waiting for the Qatar race to unleash. He's the only one sandbagging in my eyes.

Dray

March 13, 2011 8:43 PM

Well...this is shaping up to be close racing from all the manufacturers. Valentino Rossi on race tires with the others on their softee. Stoner set his as usual on softee and not race tires. Great ride from the leader of the Honda crew Dani Pedrosa. If Casey try to follow Dani at that blistering pace he will surely do his first gravel inspection at Qatar. Good Luck to the Predator...he has already cut a big hole in Lorenzo brain.

disbelief - Unregistered

March 13, 2011 8:49 PM

@Dray
I wish you would actually contribute something sensible once in a while. No-one was running a blistering pace, and certainly not Dani or Stoner. Did you read the article? Pedro did 2 (that's two) laps sub 1'57 compared to Stoner's 12 (twelve). If ANYONE is going to stuggle to keep up that pace it will be Pedro (if indeed they were really pushing which I doubt as Pole last year was a 1'55.0? - or a second+ slower).

tom - Unregistered

March 13, 2011 9:00 PM

Not going with the usual Rossi theme, Toni Elias needs to step up. He is seriously looking like Dorna have made a massive mistake re promoting him :-(

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