MotoGP » Stoner overcomes Lorenzo challenge for Motegi pole


Casey Stoner takes pole position for the Japanese MotoGP at Motegi.

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Reality - Unregistered

October 01, 2011 8:31 AM

@Ammar
Once again you have missed the point. You need to understand that hearing the Australian national anthem infers that they are happy he won the race. THey want him to win the race and hence the anthem plays. It is a figure of speech using the English language and goes hand in hand with the ability to connect the dots. You should spend more time studying this mighty language and less time swiping at people when you don't even understand their words.

derp - Unregistered

October 01, 2011 8:49 AM

ill just post without reading all the comments as im sure its the same as every other topic

no suprise at who's on pole.

hopefully a more entertaining race tomorro the it has been as of late, looking forward to moto2 more.

Ammar

October 01, 2011 9:18 AM
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@ reality

"@ sparky

true...they deleted my comment ( which was meant to be taken sarcastically )....

@fans#27

i think you should correct the 'podiums' to 'wins'
Posted by Ammar (1 hour 20 minutes ago) "

so now either you dont know what sarcastic means
else you are purposely acting dumb

if you dont understand sarcasm, its apparent who needs practice with "dots".

iisus - Unregistered

October 01, 2011 10:22 AM

@ Italia
"If Rossi had a bike equal to stoner"

Now flossi fans are moaning about equipment, remember that casey rode the pigcati for four years and your idol the best machines all of is carrier.



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