MotoGP » Czech Republic MotoGP, Brno - Friday practice (2)

Full Friday free practice times (2) from the Czech Republic MotoGP at Brno, round 11 of 18.

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August 12, 2011 2:08 PM

Dani is SMOCKIN EM' he'll be hard to beat this weekend.

Good improvement from Rossi, he went a second quicker than his time this morning the biggest improvement from anyone, hopefully they found something and might be a bit competative.


August 12, 2011 2:17 PM

Strong (relatively) early showing from Rossi. You could cover Alvaro, Cal, and Hopper with a blanket. Elias might find a pink slip waiting for him this weekend at some point. Can't see the team can put up with his nonperformance for much longer.

some1 - Unregistered

August 12, 2011 2:19 PM

Give me one season that say L4 engine failed to finish on podium since 2003 and CF Frame that failed win races since 2009.

I you can't, I rest my case...

Ammar - Unregistered

August 12, 2011 2:20 PM

Rossi it seems likes keeping things till the end. He jumped to 10-11th in the 3rd last lap and then staight to 7th in the second last...Where the hell did that come from ?

Maybe he conserves tyres for most of the practise and goes aggressive in the end. but again thats just a guesss.....

lot of respect for pedrosa...just shows what he could have achieved this season if not for simon taking him down

Ammar - Unregistered

August 12, 2011 2:26 PM

Nothing wrong with L config engine amd neither is there a prbolem with the carbon fibre frame...

the L config engine being at a bigger angle does not have its mass concentrated in the centre as a V. this makes distributing the bike weight a difficult task.

the carbon fibre frame on the other hand if not set ( flexibility/stiffness) correctly will provide different feedback or maybe issues which cause problem. aluminium on the other hand has a fixed flexibility. thus a person experienced with it will find it easier riding the bike

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