MotoGP » Spanish MotoGP, Jerez - Warm-up


Full warm-up times from the Spanish MotoGP at Jerez, round 2 of 18.

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Codger - Unregistered

April 29, 2012 10:46 AM

Can't really count on wup times I know, we don't know what is being tried out. I notice that the top 3 all put in just 1 hot lap, whereas Rossi was very consistant, and his race pace was a bit quicker than
Nicky's.
4 Ducatis in the top 8, I wonder what that tells us.
Casey, in my view, should have gone out.

Locky - Unregistered

April 29, 2012 10:55 AM

Which overpaid dwarf might win?
Gosh it's hard to be interested.
Rain didn't stop Assen being a very interesting round of the WSB
Dorna and Ezpeleta have ruined GP
Bring back the oily sidecars and some real men.
Hayden on Duke could be a dark horse, nicest bloke in the paddock, the old Italian geezer on the other side of the garage should keep playing with his Ferraris.

Nick636 - Unregistered

April 29, 2012 10:56 AM

Look, Casey knows How to ride in the wet, he's proved this at Silverstone last year when he DESTROYED the field. I think he knows more than Any of us about motorcycles and racing.

At the end, i hope for an exciting race.

madskillz - Unregistered

April 29, 2012 11:21 AM

I don't wanna judge any rider but I think that arm pump issue is an excuse on Stoners' part.My reason for saying is because he couldn't/wouldn't disclose at the press conference what measures he took to remedy the situation simply because I think the condition is non existent.I could be wrong.I'm an electrician and have experienced something similar to arm pump from excessive turning of a tight screws with a screw driver.While I can say that it is painful and can't imagine riding a motogp bike with that condition.The only thing I could of done to ease the pain or get better was rest.

jake - Unregistered

April 29, 2012 11:38 AM

@madskillz - Are you really trying to compare being an electrician to racing a Moto GP bike at 300kph+?
Now I am an electrician too & I know what your saying about tightening screws but that is just lactic acid build up my friend not arm pump.

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