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Full Friday free practice times (2) from the Valencia MotoGP, the 18th and final round.

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FRED1 - Unregistered

November 04, 2011 2:54 PM

Rain today.

All sunshine tomorrow.

Rain Sunday.

Google the weather for Valencia if you want to know what the forecast is.

So you set the bike up for rain conditions for Sunday, today. Then set up for dry in the morning tomorrow and get pole late Saturday. Win race Sunday. Easy peasy.

cbdai - Unregistered

November 04, 2011 3:35 PM

to all the Katsuyuki haters, how many talented riders is he ahead of now. if he was a brilliant rider he would be in MOTOGP anyway he is only a TEST rider probably faster than most of you though

some1 - Unregistered

November 04, 2011 4:11 PM

Suzuki at the top is not a surprising result. It is well known Suzuki has a very good handling in a soaking wet condition.

Sete Gibernau win on GSV-R 900cc with the similar condition at Valencia.

Chris Vermuelen also win on GSV-R 800cc in the similar condition at Le Man.

While Ducati is always behind Suzuki in dry or wet condition this session.

Yamaha at the back of the grid when the their top rider missing from the scene. Yamaha always about the rider that could match with the bike equation. I guess, Dovi will help Lorenzo and Spies next season to put Yamaha on the top of chart with the absent of CEII.

iusedtobesleepy

November 04, 2011 4:30 PM

This proves one thing above all else.
Every single one of these Motogp riders is a god on a bike and the rain levels the playing field.
It shows that given the right equipment all of them could potentially win a race.

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