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

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FRED - Unregistered

September 17, 2011 9:48 AM

Hey KTMKEN, stop being a Hater! The Ducati is a development bike, not a race bike. Try being fair and even handed for one time. Accept that this bike is being developed for 2013...or maybe 2014. No rush. When their through it'l be a good mid field bike that anybody can ride. As long as its in mid field.

Ausrossi

September 17, 2011 10:45 AM

Jimmy totally agree, yep Rossi not so good on the Duc and also coming in cold to that bike. And yes I agree on a Honda or a Yam he would be WC threat, hell he won late in the last season after a broken leg you don't lose it overnight. But I also agree Stoner on the Honda would be a big challenge for Rossi to overcome. Will the real Westminster please stand up I have even if I get pummelled.

Also my point is that if he had 5 DNFs trying to keep up with the bikes of last year and Neil Spalding amongst others have stated that Honda have thrown everything at the bike this year and its performance has improved (and I dare say the Yam just not as much) then the idea that Stoner would have less crashes and more wins seems against the 2011 factory bikes illogical.

JimmyJimmy

September 17, 2011 12:58 PM

@Ausrossi

"then the idea that Stoner would have less crashes and more wins seems against the 2011 factory bikes illogical"

I don't think you're addressing me when you say the above, but just in case you are, I will point out that I've never said anything like, or even remotely like, "Stoner would have less crashes and more wins if he was still on the Ducati this year". Were you attributing those comments to me?

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