MotoGP » Pedrosa from Rossi in wet second session


Dani Pedrosa leads Valentino Rossi in Friday practice (2) for the Spanish MotoGP at Jerez.

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mick - Unregistered

April 27, 2012 5:43 PM


Rab27,most people will be hoping for a dry race.The pace is obviously much faster, but i like to see a wet race now and again.It throws a spanner in the works and makes things more interesting.But i dont want to see a race which starts wet,then turns dry,then wet again!
As Pedro said,either full dry or full wet!

Dutch69Camaro - Unregistered

April 27, 2012 7:42 PM

Pedrosa has something to prove...so I hope he makes it all the way like this. Rossi might finish high or maybe even win if it rains, but even though the points are nice it won't help them get the Ducati sorted. So even for Rossi it would be nice if it would be dry. Best for Rossi would be a wet qualification so he might get near or on pole and a dry race after that..
Stoner is pretty good in the rain and any fitness issues should be less of a problem in the rain since they cant work the bikes that hard, so if he doesnt improve...something else is wrong...

Anyway this was just day one...so any of this might be nonsense lol

supersic46 - Unregistered

April 28, 2012 12:15 AM

maybe it is time that everyone gets a little respect for rossi!!!!everyone forgets that he still belongs among the best!!you do not think he have forgotten how to race in 1 year

Realist

April 28, 2012 5:22 AM

@ Claes

I think the real issue revolves around the fact that the other bikes do significantly worse in the wet than the GP, so rather than it being about the GP's prowess, it's about the lack of proper set-up on the other bikes.

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