MotoGP » Lorenzo out to stop Stoner’s Australian title dreams


Jorge Lorenzo heads to Casey Stoner's backyard eager to keep the 2011 MotoGP World Championship alive for another round.

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fastfisheye

October 11, 2011 2:14 AM

Incredible how this site has become a Stoner love in when he started to run away with the championship. A year ago he was not flavour of the month by any means, it seems to me there are a lot of bandwagon fans here.

I would also like to see it go to the last race and will congratulate the winner, most probably Casey but lorenzo will go down fighting...and thats what race fans want to see.

Ausrossi

October 11, 2011 2:58 AM

Remember everyone that the Honda has not improved since last year. It is also not the dominant bike this year having not dominated any of the testing sessions, not dominated the race wins between Stoner and Pedrosa, with Yamaha having won most races. Equally the Honda has not improved it is simply and completely Stoner being amazing. Equally, because Jorge does not get the tail out occassionally he is not trying Ok. These are all facts. Equally, the Ducati in any form is a better bike than both the Yamaha and Honda.

Percentage

October 11, 2011 3:26 AM

This year has shown the Honda to be outperformed by Yamaha ONLY at HOT GPs, Mugello and San Marino.

Phillip Is. is the only GP where hot coffee out sells beer. It is a cold, cold place.

Expect a Stoner win or Repsol Trifecta.

3GyroSlider - Unregistered

October 11, 2011 3:54 AM

Crash have finally made a good decision, that being, to look for new talent... hopefully for their sake this means their main journos. Because judging by this article nothing has changed at crash... the writers still have a negative bias towards Australians in particular Casey. "I would love to know whether all the motogp riders would agree that a tank slapper is a mistake caused by themselves?????????????"

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