MotoGP » Full MotoGP 2012 entry list revealed

A detailed entry list for the 2012 MotoGP World Championship is unveiled, confirming 21 riders, nine CRT bikes and race numbers for the upcoming season.

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Ez2own1 - Unregistered

January 16, 2012 5:59 AM

Onegp reported (not in exact words) that the most interesting part of the CRT invasion is that #46 will finally be able to keep pace with lower class riders and bikes. The Ducati is not looking as promising as they had thought and #46 is key to gp even if his time has come he must remain as the "clown & personality" of gp and leave the racing to JL and crew.

Not sure if I agree but thats the opinion of the paddock and writers, it does however appear that it is true that #46 times are bad and Ducati is out classed in every move they make agaist the Japs


January 16, 2012 6:43 AM
Last Edited 1568 days ago

i been watching old 500cc and 990 races to stay sane , as well as early 800cc races .
it reminds me that the racing back then is no different to the racing now , still processions with occasional overtakes every 7 or 8 laps , still front runners 7 or 8 secs in front and even double overlapping of the slower bikes.
but thats racing eh , and i love it.....cheers , won't be long.

mick - Unregistered

January 16, 2012 11:00 AM

Surely the whole point of a race is to be the first across the finish line.Getting out to the front of the field usualy increases your chance of doing just that!
Or am i missing something here!
What do people expect Stoner to do,slow down to allow the other guys to catch him?
It is up to them to up their pace to meet that of Stoner.If they cant do that then thats their tough luck.I would rather win a race by 10 seconds than by a 10th of a second.

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