MotoGP » Stoner splashes to Silverstone win, Edwards third!

Casey Stoner wins a wet British MotoGP at Silverstone, Jorge Lorenzo crashes out of title lead, Colin Edwards takes podium finish!

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80s bluh bluh - Unregistered

June 12, 2011 3:23 PM

Rossi is supposed to be development genius, but the Ducati goes backward this year. Hayden had better results toward the end of last year. Why not listen to the guy who rides Ducati more than two years. I bet he would say the same thing as Rossi. They should stop believing the myth that Rossi and Burgess can fix any problem and turn the dog to a winning bike. His fans also said Honda could not develop the winning bike anymore after Rossi left. Well, they can build the great bike without him.

Aaa - Unregistered

June 12, 2011 3:28 PM

Funny reading all these comments, got to give it to the Rossi fans, they are blinkered.... All praying for rain and his still no where....

Over 1 minute from the front is NOT a good fighting race, as parish said on BBC, "frankly embarrassing"

Great rides by stoner, dovi and big shout for CE with that injury, last time I saw a ride like that was John Reynolds in bsb, busted collarbone and a podium the following week, must be something to do with old age :-)

jonsey - Unregistered

June 12, 2011 3:38 PM

They had nothing to push for......TY46.So they gave up like a bunch of pussies,including the guy that labelled everyone else a pussie!
The same guy who said Stoner does not ride hard enough!
Leave it there mate coz you are not going to deflect the heat away your hero this time.Rossi and Ducati are in serious trouble and all the fan worship in the world is not altering that fact.

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