MotoGP » Lorenzo wins Misano, Stoner fades


Jorge Lorenzo wins the San Marino MotoGP at Misano.

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Hemmy - Unregistered

September 04, 2011 3:48 PM

Now when someone gets bashed and ridiculed for 'only' getting a 3rd, you know thats one very special talant you have right there.

Great race by Lorenzo and quite surprising to get the victory by such a margin. That was a race of a true world champion!

Good to see Marco and Dovi giving us a show at the end! Marco certainly seems to be getting there. Spies was just Spies and was waiting to capitalise from their mistakes. Spies needs to sort things out. He's good one race, and mediocre (for a factory rider) the next.

Both Dovi and Simo showed something today that Spies does not have. BALLS!

Good job Cal, bringing it home for a top 10 and beating your team mate by a good 15 seconds is not bad at all. Top satalite bike too, which is good going for rookie, although im sure he'll get bashed for it. LOL!

Rossi had a great ride by his standards, so fair play to him for his 7th.

samas

September 04, 2011 4:00 PM

@pole record.
I couldn't have put it better, he could have said the bike wasn't quite right or the tyres as a lot of others would.
His haters would say he's moaning again and his fans would be saying poor Casey his tyres went off.
I say everyone has an off day.

Trevor The Spanner - Unregistered

September 04, 2011 4:13 PM

“ Great race by Lorenzo and quite surprising to get the victory by such a margin. “

The Yamaha be has historically been better handling when a circuit is twisty, conversely the Honda has always had fuel concerns when a circuit has many slow speed corners (like today). 'Maybe' the Honda's ECM kicked-in (automatically like it's programmed too) say at 1/2 distance (based on fuel used + grip) holding the bike back, in order to get their bikes home, finish the race?

Better to finish a race (score some points) than walk away with nothing.... surely?

woodmann

September 04, 2011 4:32 PM

loz no surprises go danny well done nice little kick with the pass and stoner will the boy ever just accept you cant win them all instead of making up pathetic excuses he will never get rid of the name stacey moaner at this rate poor looser and sic what a battle made the race worth watching carnt wait until the 1000cc with passes like that me thinks stacey moaner and loz will realy be crying he is the kind of guy moto gp needs when he keeps it the right way up

Casey Stoner - Unregistered

September 04, 2011 4:36 PM

I had a bad day at the office and still finished on the podium.I can think of a couple of Ducati riders who would give their right arms to even have the opportunity to get a podium!
In fact they may go quicker with one arm!

slammy - Unregistered

September 04, 2011 4:37 PM

Over.20 posts have been deleted from this thread alone in the last few.hours.


Why not just make people register to post crash?


Oh. Page hits of course.

bradshaw - Unregistered

September 04, 2011 4:40 PM

Jorge's Yammie went through the turns like it was on rails today, a testament to the bike's handling prowess. The Honda simply can't match, now if only Spies ups his game and push that bike from the start of the race.

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