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Full Friday free practice times (1) from the Aragon MotoGP, round 14 of 18.

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doogin - Unregistered

September 16, 2011 1:02 PM

FP1 means first free practice. Practice. I suppose if you type it over and over again while saying it out loud it looses meaning and then all these posts make a bit of sense.

Mayhem - Unregistered

September 16, 2011 1:04 PM

First of all - it's a new bike and first time on the track. Second thing: Rossi used only hard tires - front and rear. Inform yourself haters before start barking around.

motofan - Unregistered

September 16, 2011 1:07 PM

Maybe Ill answer the question everyone is asking here since all of you are busy arguing. Vale testen the new magical aluminum frame in the second part of FP1. About 20 minuts to the end.
What is interesting, RDP was the fastest Duke - the Desmo GP11. Hayden was next on GP 11.1 and then Vale on GP 11.Rossi. Any comments on that?
As for Stoner, one of his mechanics told Casey to take it easy and not to take any risks. It was after they looked at the engin. I think Casey may have an engin problem this weekend. Or maybe not.
Goo Dani! Half a second! Nice!!

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