MotoGP » Mugello press conference opens Italian MotoGP


Casey Stoner, Valentino Rossi, Dani Pedrosa, Ben Spies and Marco Simoncelli offer their opinions in Thursday's Mugello press conference.

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neuro - Unregistered

June 30, 2011 6:41 PM

@ Loris

After reading 3 pages of statements that's all you had to say? The willingness of people like you to mock Rossi, chance given, is unbelievable.

However, I think I'll answer both your questions.

1) Rossi is not there because "they need a midpack rider at the conf." and trust me, many thousands of people are more interested on what he has to say rather than Crutchlow, not to underestimate the promising and likeable Brit.

2) They are all important to the sport at the end. Why are we talking about who was present at the conference anyway?

If all five of them make it to the finish line it's going to be a good race, regardless of the order!

eminusx

June 30, 2011 7:55 PM

Good to see Ben up there for a change. Jorge doesnt look to enjoy those things too much.

Hoping Dani can last the race, great to have the full squad back and 5 or 6 potential race winners on the grid.

rolling Stoner - Unregistered

June 30, 2011 7:56 PM

Couldn't even get out who won it in 2009 crash??
For the sake of the stories continuity it should have been mentioned.
2002-2008 and crash in 2010.
2009 was a holiday??? or just couldn't write about the most momentous win of the decade!

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