MotoGP » Lorenzo leads final practice, Simoncelli crashes

Jorge Lorenzo fastest during Saturday practice for the German MotoGP at Sachsenring.

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July 16, 2011 10:28 AM

Stoner is a rider who can understand the bike very fast and make changes immediately, if you think he is struggling then u must be watching another tv show! he is not struggling at all, its just Lorenzo went quicker than him and the rest of the honda boys like always, we have seen Simmo toping Stoner recently but failed badly to match him during race time! lets hope for no one fall on race day, and we are going to have a good damn race!

Marc - Unregistered

July 16, 2011 10:32 AM

Agree bulletproof.But with so many crashes this weekend it is hard to predict the outcome.IF noone falls during the race i think it will be Lorenzo,Stoner,Dovi.

Pizdoff - Unregistered

July 16, 2011 10:35 AM

I'm not totally in accord with Jiri - I don't think Stoner's discouraged by minor set backs.

But I don't think Stoner's quite as on top of his game in the same way he was 6 to 8 weeks back either.

After that small fracas with Karel Abraham last time out he looked bugged in a way he doesn't usually. Then a sound rather than dazzling race.

Umm. I hope he gets his mojo back for Laguna Seca cos an on form Stoner going against on form JLo & Dani the Dwarf makes for better racing.

pops - Unregistered

July 16, 2011 10:40 AM

Benny is recovering from a severe head cold and is still doing his normal thing of straight up hard work for the race. He will qualify on the second row or better despite his sickness and that will put him in the perfect position for the win. Remember the race is tomorrow and he is known to prevail under the any situation!


0.3ofasecondagain - Unregistered

July 16, 2011 10:42 AM

stoner with that small gap again, that will be his undoing. He can fall back on his small points advantage for now,but when Lorenzo catches up he will HAVE to try and push during the race, and as we have seen, Stoner can't ride outside of his performance envelope, he tends to get passed quite easily by other riders unless he can pull away, and if he trys to keep up we can expect some dnf's. Remember this post!

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