MotoGP » Lorenzo defeats Hondas in Qatar MotoGP opener

Jorge Lorenzo wins the opening round of the 2012 MotoGP season at Qatar, arm pump costs Casey Stoner the lead.

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Objective - Unregistered

April 09, 2012 2:03 AM

Interesting reading the biased uneducated comments. I must have been watching a different race. I admit it wasn't an entertaining race but there were some good battles back in the field.

I think Dani looked like he was fighting his bike on the corner exits which was likely due to the chatter. If you can't get on the power early it makes it harder.

Jorge had a good clean run but I'm not sure he has the pace if the Honda's get the chatter sorted out. BTW Jorge didn't catch Stoner. Stoner was a lot slower in the closing laps allowing the other guys to pass him. To me this indicates he did have a problem.

Good races by Dovi and Cal. They showed some promise but are off the pace a little. Rossi should have retired last year.

blue hurricane - Unregistered

April 09, 2012 2:14 AM

I am not so sure those so called "mind games" work on any of those guys anymore. Lorenzo would have seen what Stoners bike did at the end. Those guys are pro's and can see if a tire goes of specially following almost a whole race.
But it's what they say in post race interviews. Hardly any of them say "yup - my bad, wrong strategy" or something like that.


April 09, 2012 2:16 AM


I am not a Stoner hater of a Rossi fanboy. But I do sometimes make a negative comment about Stoner because his die-hard fans can talk some about of BS on here....

This track is apparently a Stoner track, he's won here so often and always on pole. This year he was 2nd in qualifying and 3rd in the race. Thats a bit of a blow if you ask me. If his advantage was going to show somewhere this track is where it should be most apparent.

No Comment - Unregistered

April 09, 2012 2:53 AM

The same bs for BS (Ben Spies) cant seem to get off the line on the 800cc and now still cant off the line on the 1000cc and people said this 1000cc suppose to better suited the ex-Superbike riders. Jorge and Casey would still be riding fast even if they are all racing lawnmower. Fast guys still fast and no excuse!

untold Stories..... - Unregistered

April 09, 2012 4:33 AM

It is the same for you and your rubbish .....wasting readers time the issue with a lot of posters relates to 2007 and the amount of slagging Rossi Fanboys Like your self who spent all there time putting Stoner down so now we have all these ridiculous posts like yours .......
It is mainly the Anti Stoner lot who waste there time moaning on here stop your rubbish
and start creating positive posts and hopefully all the rubbish posts will stop


April 09, 2012 4:59 AM
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Well how about this.... these 3 riders are clearly the cream of the crop. Lets hope they will all be closely matched all season and give us some good racing to cheer at. I'm not a huge supporter of any of them but I do respect them all for various reasons. They all have their strengths and weaknesses and with the new engines and tyres this seasons could through a few unexpected results at us.

docsic - Unregistered

April 09, 2012 5:27 AM

yap..good race but moto2 had better race,i really really hope in next race motogp can be like that..make us can't breath until the last lap n the last corner.

unold stories...... - Unregistered

April 09, 2012 5:31 AM

@ nick881 Yes now we are all headed in the right direction .......
Adult posts appreciation of all there riding skills bike and physical skills with out the need to bag with ridiculous comments ...
It was a good day in the office for the honda and Yamaha guys Not so good for Ducati crt or for speis
hopefully they will all have it together for Jerez the three weeks break may give them all the time needed to bring there bikes up to speed from any issues found in last nights race

Catch Up - Unregistered

April 09, 2012 5:45 AM

@ nick881.....Stirring the pot again are we mate.

So wasnt Phillip Island a Rossi track ??
I now believe it is a Stoner track, so as you can see nothing stay's the same.
you know if Casey goes to Jerez next race and finishes on the podium, he will actually be better of on the points table compared to what he was after Jerez last year.
The good thing about this race and Jorge winning means it is going to be a excellent fight for the Title and that is all that matters and from what I have read from the riders it is what they want as well.

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