MotoGP » British MotoGP, Silverstone - Warm-up


Full warm-up times from the British MotoGP at Silverstone, round 6 of 18.

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Adam the Ant - Unregistered

June 12, 2011 10:07 AM

And when is Spies going to wake up and start earning his paycheck? Because his teammate has mopped the floor with him ever since the season started. So much for the great white hope...

Armchair racer - Unregistered

June 12, 2011 10:15 AM

My personal view on this is that Ducati hired Rossi for marketing value, sorting the bike out for not only himself but for everyone, and to win the championship, but not in 2011. Ducati have proved that when ridden at full blast and ignoring headshaking and tailwagging it is just as fast as the other bikes. If I was Ducati boss I would not want a bike that only can be ridden at 110%. Casey has clearly shown that it gives alot of race wins but just as many dnf's. And you don't win championships in the gravel pits.
Back to topic: Casey Being 1.4 seconds faster than Simo who's third is just ridicolous. Rossi in eight is somewhat better but not where he needs to be. Hopefully Lorenzo can put up a fight against casey, we don't want another Barcelona do we.

apexi - Unregistered

June 12, 2011 10:19 AM

i hope it drys out for the race, Simo fast in both conditions. :)

will you people get over Rossi for christ sake.
you wont be saying squat "IF" Stoner crashes out in the wet

Soggy Sucks! - Unregistered

June 12, 2011 10:22 AM

The worst thing about it being a wet race is that Stoner won't do those powerslides around the corners and I love that stuff.

For the numb nuts who prayed for rain hoping it would make the racing closer, the field is even more spread out based on the warm-up times. Then again, it was never about close racing was it!

dellortodiagonale

June 12, 2011 10:32 AM

Now I am really disconcerted.
I thought that Ducati had a very bad frame on the whole, but also that, for some unknown reason, it had a very good balance in the wet.
Now everything has turned terribly sour.
I can't believe that Rossi can't ride a bike any more, nor that he isn't a very good tester any more, nor that Jeremy Burgess has lost his touch.
Let's give praise where praise is due but, as skilled the other riders can be, they aren't so much faster, and maybe they arent' even faster at all.
What's happening?

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