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Full Friday free practice times (1) from the Japanese MotoGP at Motegi, round 15 of 18.

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Juice - Unregistered

September 30, 2011 5:36 AM

There's hope for Ducati and hopefully they can bring a good fight to Honda. I think Casey will win again but, Ducati need a win also and Hayden is looking good at the moment.

some1 - Unregistered

September 30, 2011 5:51 AM

On the last round, RDP show the Ducati GP11 strength and this morning, Hayden show the Ducati GP11.1 strength. I think yellow brigades should got the message pretty clear. It's the rider not the bike fault.

Finally, I'm understand Rossi jumping from on factory to another is because of the rider fault. He should rewrite in his book,

"What is important why this happening was it's a rider fault, not the bike".

Not the simplify sentences that could lost in languages translation,

"Rider is more important than the bike".

I guess, we all understand what really happened then, now...

GOCS27 - Unregistered

September 30, 2011 6:00 AM

Casey is the most impressive..He might be making it look too easy but with 8 other RCV's out there he really does ride that bike like a champion every time.

o0yo560 - Unregistered

September 30, 2011 6:05 AM

Rossi needs to remove the traction control as Hayden did on the FP1... In the Yamaha if you remove it the bike was worse for a slow bike but On the Ducati the TC is a big difference if you remove it at the point that just protect you from the high side you can make a big difference.

Rossi need to do that... have the balls or not?

Belly - Unregistered

September 30, 2011 6:12 AM

Not putting down either Dovi or Hayden, but both of them put down only 1 lap in the 1:47's, both in the middle of a run, both 0.5 secs faster than any of their previous or subsequent laps. How do they pull out a fast lap and then not get even close to it again? That has always made me wonder.

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