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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RidgeRacerHRC

April 08, 2012 9:49 PM
Last Edited 871 days ago

@SwissJUdge

oh dont worry the Stoner fans are quite fine actually. in fact 3rd place isnt a bad day at the office mind, we would take that anytime...16 podiums in a row for the man from down under....we'd take that over the supposed fanboy comments saying the indistructible Yamahas were meant to clean up the podium today! LOL!.

Hate the Repsols Judge? OH my look whos leading the team championship...

StonerCryBaby - Unregistered

April 08, 2012 9:49 PM

"Stoner said that he suffered from arm pump almost as soon as he took the lead and was unable to ride as aggressively as he wanted in the closing stages"

And so it begins from the cry baby Stoner. He gets beat by his own teammate and the excuses start. I'm sure the lactose issue will be the next excuse. I love it! Same suck

Stupid - Unregistered

April 08, 2012 9:55 PM

@rothstheford. Sheepwhat you obviously are an expert at that and a foul mouthed perve to match. Enjoy your evening mate and perhaps try posting on a gay website, where you belong.

TalentFan - Unregistered

April 08, 2012 9:57 PM

Really enjoyed the racing today - all classes dished up some good stuff. Think Marquez's move over on Luthi (and others) is true to form, and I reckon he's gona get punted off hard before the season's out by some1 getting even! Also good to see strong showings from riders who seem to get a raw deal off so-called racing fans on here - Cal & Nicky (and Dovi to a lesser degree) come in for some stick, but all had decent performances, so hopefully the Trolls will go away for a while. JL, DP & CS were different class today.

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