MotoGP » Stoner flawless amid French drama


Casey Stoner wins the French MotoGP at Le Mans, round four of the 2011 world championship - drama and controversy behind...

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SwissJudge

May 15, 2011 3:37 PM
Last Edited 1167 days ago

Come on Bob, step down from your high chair and give us a real comment about these nice lads.

Bob, do you support the riders?
Do you support the sponsors?
Or is it the manufacturers?
The governing body?

How dare I adopt this tone?

Boby...I enjoy locking horns with tough guys who run at the first sign of REAL danger.

Will wait 5 minutes...long enough to type it?

Kind Regards



Volcano is smoking...

Suckmyslug - Unregistered

May 15, 2011 3:38 PM

Simo your the Man, these whimps out there are blaming you for your riding style, well watch the replay very slow and see Simo go around the outside, it was Pedrosa that stood the bloody bike up that caused him to drop it, Man you have to give these guys a go, thats raw talent and this is what motogp needs, dont become a bunch of softknobs like the F1 boys.

Toughen up princeses, get over it and bring on the biffo.

Wait a sec... - Unregistered

May 15, 2011 3:42 PM

Woah, woah, woah, woah...before the yellow sycophants get too excited:

WHERE IS ROSSI'S PENALTY FOR OVERTAKING DOVI UNDER YELLOW FLAGS AT THE PEDROSA CORNER, THE LAP AFTER DANI'S INCIDENT??????????

Shown very clearly on Eurosport, Dorna, Race control...anyone???

One rule for Rossi, different rules for eveyone else. No ride through for him in Jerez and what Simo did was no worse. It's such BS!!!

Kisara

May 15, 2011 3:45 PM

Sorry to say it that hard, but Simoncelli is a fu**ing idiot. He rides like a brain-dead boy of fifteen who wants to impress a blond with silicone boobs. And don´t get me wrong. I don´t say he rides too hard, I´m saying he is unfair. Rossi and Lorenzo (who by the way has no right to complain about anything!) are tough but they know what is okay and what is not. And they have the balls to say: "Sorry, that was a mistake."
That penalty is a joke. Simoncelli risked all for a second place, but Dani lost his shot for the title thanks to some *****ic italian. They should have disqualified him so that he gets some time to learn a lesson about fairness!

Katosan - Unregistered

May 15, 2011 3:46 PM

Good news for Dovi - for the next few weeks there will only be one miserable git in the garage with him sucking all the joy out of life.
Re: the penalty, it was certain to happen - Spanish rider on Spanish team bike with Spanish main sponsor in a motorbike series organised by (surpise!) a Spanish company - there's one for you conspiracy theorists.

RawDawg

May 15, 2011 3:46 PM

Were is the consistancy in race control??!!

Rossi made a clear mistake and took out Stoner and Marquez made a clear mistake and took out Redding and both were deemed to be racing incidents with no penalty. But Simocelli gets a ride through penalty? That's a nanny call that should be left to Formula Snore, er Formula 1.

Simocelli getting a ride through may have been easier to swallow if others have been given the heavy handed treatment as well but that hasn't been the case.

Kisara

May 15, 2011 3:57 PM

Simoncelli got a ride through for getting another rider crashed and injured. The only reason why he got that at all was that Lorenzo complained enough about him. Rossis maneuver was okay and fair and he showed a good fight with Dovizioso - nothing to cry about.
But Simoncelli is dangerous and infantile. And I hope he gets what he deserves: a nice guy who takes him down in an useless fight destroying his title chances. That would teach him a lesson.

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