MotoGP » Stoner leads US MotoGP warm-up


Casey Stoner fastest during warm-up for the US MotoGP at Laguna Seca.

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48 - Unregistered

July 24, 2011 7:20 PM

this has been the pattern all week stoner fastest in the colder morning and lorenzo faster in the hotter afternoon which means im putting 10 on it lorenzo will be on fire for the race

lsimanjorang

July 24, 2011 7:40 PM

All Lorenzo need to do is harrash Stoner pace, like Rossi did in Laguna Seca 08..

He might ended up in gravel..

And then in Brno & Misano Lorenzo just need to follow Stoner and keep the gap around 1 second, Stoner might ended in gravel too..

There you go, Lorenzo 2011 world champion..

Stoner then will take 3 races sabatical?

Ahh, no hard feeling.. I'm just joking, like you guys did here all year..

bri t

July 24, 2011 7:46 PM

Cal still infront of Colin. I am surprised, not just due to track knowledge, but with Cal complaining about the front I thought he'd be really on the back foot with 'everything after the corkskrew'.

Hope Colin let him follow him down the corkskrew a few times.

The Voice of Reason - Unregistered

July 24, 2011 8:15 PM

Last week I managed to predict correctly the race result so let's have another shot.

OK

1st Spies. 2nd Lorenzo. 3rd Pedrosa.

Of course it's very tempting to swap Spies and Lorenzo around judging Lorenzo's qualifying performance.

Stoner... ummm ? 5th.

some1 - Unregistered

July 24, 2011 8:29 PM

1. Hayden
2. Stoner
3. Simoncelli

Lorenzo t-boned by Rossi at 1st turn. Upsetting Stoner, Dovi. Pedrosa and Spies start. Hayden the only escape the incident managed to pull 10s lead but Stoner chasing him and narrow it down to 0.7s on the last lap.

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