MotoGP » British MotoGP, Silverstone - Qualifying


Full qualifying times from the British MotoGP at Silverstone, round 6 of 18.

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vonich - Unregistered

June 11, 2011 3:12 PM

Damn! it looks like the top 4 bikes are on steriod lol. They crushed lorenzo's pole time last year by 1sec. I could really assure that rossi is kicking his head right now by moving to ducati this year. I hope it doesn't rain tomorrow cuz it looks like it going to be a good race tomorrow. The top 4 rider will remain the same. But the in order will be decided tomorrow.

some1 - Unregistered

June 11, 2011 3:15 PM

Pheww! Karel Abraham on 2nd row after a spill in the morning practice. His setup must be sold out tonight at Ducati camp.

Stoner answering each pole attack successfully is a mind boggling.

Is Rossi riding on a different track?

What a shame, Crutchlow will not going to race tomorrow. The highest number of broken collarbone injuries in a season.

docc - Unregistered

June 11, 2011 3:17 PM

Abraham is a talentless daddys boy who doesnt deserve to to be riding at this level.
Or so I said at end of last year....yet anotehr prediction I got wrong. So Im gonna say this is a fluke and theres no way he can upset the guys in front of him tommorow...no way at all...

rudy - Unregistered

June 11, 2011 3:18 PM

The pride of the italians! Why can they not just fix a movable bike,like all the other manufactures? Wait a minute! Carlos Checa is kicking ass in world superbike with a (defect?) Ducatti!! Rossi and GB and the group you need to do something like this: Get three or four Japs that worked for Yamaha like 2-3 years ago and let them think through that Duc.abra kadabra! and It's working.
It could also mean that the shoulder problem is killing him.
Either way, Spies will overtake him in the standings after the race tomorrow (if Rossi does not take him out)

BulletProof

June 11, 2011 3:20 PM
Last Edited 1128 days ago

Rossi fans are in denial still! it's very hard for Rossi fans to accept that fact that Rossi is in big trouble on that Red Ducati, and probably will end up like that till the end of the season!he is not sandbagging, sad and hurts! its life Rossi fans should get used to it!

Rossi comments on Stoner a year ago that stoner wasnt pushing that bike that much as come to hunt him in a bad fashion! you see, they say "Don't laugh at the crocodile before crossing a river" look who is laughing now!

Casey Stoner is showing the world that it wasnt the speed of ducati which made him fast, that he is naturally quick, fast, and of course has the talent to push forward any bike to the limit! some of the HRC mechanics are wondering how on earth Dovi is not as fast as Stoner,they have exactly the same machine. Simmo i give him his credit for trying hard he will be great soon, time will tell!

All the best for Cal on your recovery! get well soon mate!

Cedric - Unregistered

June 11, 2011 3:20 PM

Rain will deprive us of a really interesting race, the 3 guys in front with a similar pace.

Anyway, a wet race can be entertaining (and unpredictable)too.

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