MotoGP » Lorenzo wins Misano, Stoner fades

Jorge Lorenzo wins the San Marino MotoGP at Misano.

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mick - Unregistered

September 04, 2011 7:02 PM

Stoner wins 23 races on the Ducati.
Rossi wins 0 races on the Ducati.

Is Stoner better on the Ducati?
Tough question that mate isnt it?
Have a sit down abd think about it then get back to me.

r - Unregistered

September 04, 2011 7:29 PM

Lorenzo - 9 points, almost perfect
Pedrosa and Stoner - 7,5 good pace but beaten fairly
Simmo, Dovi, Spies - 6,5 for the good fight among them all. Bonus point for Simmo for winning that private race with a gritty last lap
Rossi - 6, he had the pace of the group ahead but didn't resist any overtaking and let go on the last few laps - why?


September 04, 2011 8:05 PM

where were all the spies haters last weekend lol

awesome ride by lorenzo he was really on his game this weekend

spies couldnt get a setup he was happy with but was still able to run down dovi and simo to bad there wasnt a few more laps, i could have went for a few more laps of those guys duking it out... good on simo though he was pretty agressive today but never looked out of control or like he was going to take anyone out which is a nice change i think he may have finally learned some control

oh and is it just me or did anyone else think the suzuki looked pretty damn sweet today?

mick - Unregistered

September 04, 2011 8:35 PM

Can the 3 people who have disagreed with my last comment please give their reason for doing so.
Stoner has won 23 races for Ducati.
Rossi has won 0 races for Ducati.
This is fact which cannot be disputed.
So how can you disagree with fact?

A Third armpit - Unregistered

September 04, 2011 9:27 PM

Here we go again.

I got beaten by my team mate because I can't manage tyres and beaten by a rival team on a slower bike.....oh I was tired.

He will never be remembered as a true great because his excuse book is just over flowing and his attitude stinks.

He doubting his speed over 5 laps...when he isn't cooking is tyre.

faiplay - Unregistered

September 04, 2011 11:04 PM

3rd place is cool for casey today,he now knows hes on a bike he will win the championship on, and that theyre won on consistancy over the season. hes no longer on a hit and miss ducati that he has to override whenever possible not having the consistancy in the bike over the season .hes now riding like a man confident in the knowledge hes on a package thats good enough to be top 3 or above every race.with the rounds to come its caseys to loose, he needs to make sure he doesnt bin the thing trying to override the bike when its not right . let jl do that, hes in that position not casey.. hes showing the maturity of a champion . and whats wrong with feeling a bit tired,all the air miles these guys do its got to be a common factor sureley !! it just takes a mature confident rider to conceed it was a factor. whys that moaning ?

fair play - Unregistered

September 04, 2011 11:31 PM

in rossis defence, hes faster again on the ducati than casey last year , SAME tyre compounds ,nothing conclusive but it says to me ,the ducati design had run its course last year and casey left at the right time..rossi isnt slow on the thing .and while i see casey and lorenzo (and ben as it happens on the 1000s, wait and see)as the next progression in the sport its clear rossi cant push/ride the bike how he wants to at the moment.. but it does suggest to me if ducati can build something he can push with, theres more to come from rossi , which i hope so for the sport and because, as a casey fan im confident casey will prevail anyway on the 1000s but if ur a rossi fan , things arnt as hopeless as they seem . its up to ducati ..

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