MotoGP » de Puniet concerned about ankle, Aoyama ‘at fault’


Randy de Puniet fears he has suffered ligament damage in his ankle after coming together with Hiroshi Aoyama during the Catalunya Grand Prix.

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ebaums - Unregistered

June 06, 2011 3:25 PM

I don't know if You had watched last year's Randy in LCR...this switch to Pramac looked good at the beginning but for now it's getting worse and worse and even switching seats with Elias would be an u-turn for both.

Who Cares - Unregistered

June 06, 2011 3:40 PM

Crash, stop writing Randy has collided with Aoyama, or that they had a coming together: Randy has been torpedoed by Aoyama who misjudged his braking and T'boned the Ducati.

Danimal, keep on sticking to your beliefs instead of looking for the truth. You'll probably not learn anything from life but who cares? Not me anyway.

ebaums, you're right. And the problem is mainly that the 2011 D16 is a failure. Even Vale, aboard an already modified D16, is struggling. Look at the Catalunya GP, with Hayden, Capirossi, Abraham and Barbera completely unable to match the pace of the Hondas and Yamahas.

Both LCR and Randy have lost dearly in that divorce...

Westminister - Unregistered

June 08, 2011 4:18 AM

I find it interesting, the lack of vitriol and self-righteousness fervour, calling for Aoyama head, for the completely dangerous manoeuvre he pulled on Sunday...

Oh, I get it, the fan club for the two involved, are not big enough to warrant attention.

Hypocrites the lot of them...



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