MotoGP » Stoner misses Motegi press conference

"Maybe it's too late to fight with Casey for the Championship" - Jorge Lorenzo.

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September 29, 2011 1:29 PM

Must be time for another GP, reading the comments indicates there is absolutely nothing motorcycle orientated left to talk about...

so long as its just the press conference and not pole he misses

Support Japan?????? - Unregistered

September 29, 2011 1:41 PM

So Dorna forced all the riders here to support the Japanese nation through these difficult times.

Yet these pictures are being beamed all around the world with the "Visit Spain" backdrop.

Does no one else think there's something badly wrong with this? Given Stoner's initial reluctance to attend this race on moral grounds, I wonder if his absence from this farce was purely due to logistics?

whats next - Unregistered

September 29, 2011 1:48 PM

@nightmare: God you people need a lot of patience. She did not dictate my answers she asked questions. There is a difference between asking questions from your own experience and or observations and having your answers dictated. Having your answers dictated to you means that you are not practicing free will. God it's hard to educate people on this site. They are just so stupid. Why does motorcycle racing attract idiots? Sorry about that. Now where was I? Practicing free will includes being able to interpret and reflect upon what you have (in this case) read without any external (or at least limited) interference. These differences may seem minor but they are actually quite significant. Now of to pit lane with you.

Tommy - Unregistered

September 29, 2011 1:56 PM

New Earthquake at Fukushima!!! I see on MSN News they are reporting that there was a 5.6 Earthquake off Fukushima last night !! I truly belive The Doctor Rossi was correct in his call on this one , and cannot understand why this was not moved to another location. Was very suprised a few weeks back to hear Moody and Ryder waving the flag in support of this race...fair enough the Japanese almost single handedly support this sport but simple common sense and a concern for all involved should prevail!!!


September 29, 2011 2:01 PM

Yeah just seen the news reports on the earthquake. Some of the riders felt it at the circuit hotel. No further damage to the nuke plant but it has to be a bit of a worry.


September 29, 2011 2:49 PM

At least we will not have to endure the desk and 'SORRY I'M L8' BS, aka 2008. Earthquake ? What earthquake? 5.6 is a minor aftershock tremor in Japan.
The real aftershock will be the aftershock on Sunday when Rossi fails to win the race as Stoner did last year.

nick881 - Unregistered

September 29, 2011 3:09 PM

haha.... you have to laugh that someone actually agreed with my previous comment... I didn't mena it, just felt like joining in with all the other irrational comments 'cos I is bored in'it.

My only hope for this race is that Stoner doesn't run away with it cos that just boring. Would be good if the chamionship stays alive til the end.

And have to agree with earlier posts, why doesn't Ducati just take the hit and use the new twin spar chassis?! No 800cc engines ready to fit the new chassis?? who knows...

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