MotoGP » Stoner under pole time in red-flagged warm-up

Casey Stoner fastest during interrupted warm-up for the Portuguese MotoGP at Estoril.

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Smoke Brake - Unregistered

May 06, 2012 10:38 AM

Stoner is killing it.

faster cause, best track conditions of the weekend, setup is usually even more sorted, and there isnt much pressure in the morning. = ripping time.

ico58 - Unregistered

May 06, 2012 11:15 AM

i think if all motogp rider had a same bike no factory or satelite team,we can know who the best rider is,who the talented rider is and who can set up the bike is.


May 06, 2012 11:17 AM

If the CRT will continue like this they wont have any riders left mid season
ps Track have more rubber, dryer, hotter, bikes more sorted at least Caseys, he and his team is now what Rossi used to be, over night magitians godd or avarage bike in qualifying and then over night create a ripper:)
Finally the JB Rossi team have dropped their arrogance and listen to Ducati and Haydens crew (sattelite have different frame) about set up and read the info from the engine in a different way and Rossi might get sorted hope so because I am tired of seeing him do really sh it:)
Cheers Claes


May 06, 2012 11:20 AM

or ico58, you could try to do a bit of simple deductive logic. Its not that difficult and there is more than ample evidence to answer that Q. Trouble is, too many people simply do not want to accept the obvious so try to twist and turn everything to suit their denial.

I'll give you a quick summary of the logic to get you started if you need it. Just ask.

Me - Unregistered

May 06, 2012 11:22 AM

Casey lap in the 136s amazing, good job the race is more than 2 laps or they would give him the trophy now. I still dont think he will win but what do I know.


Not long now :-)

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