MotoGP » Stoner conquers Estoril for MotoGP lead

Casey Stoner wins the Portuguese MotoGP at Estoril, round three of 18, takes 2012 title lead.

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no guts. - Unregistered

May 06, 2012 3:13 PM

geezes.. even the young guys in moto2 take more
risks and more agressives passes with no complaints compared to these so called premier class riders. i thought JLo would of been right in it till the end, he thought about a pass but it was too risky. 2 world champions fighting each other for the WC and are to affraid to make a risky pass.. i guess the only time we will see this happens is when they start to wave each other pass to take the lead for a bit.

comeon! - Unregistered

May 06, 2012 3:14 PM

Damn spies took a step forward and two steps back at estoril. Im a huge fan but he has to start getting his s*** together. I hate to see him struggling like this. That being said, I feel like once dovi gets a hang of the yamaha and is comfortable on it, he'll finish above crutchlow come seasons end and if anyone, he'll be replacing spies. Remember he finished 3rd last year and with his talent, he is sure to be on the podium sooner than later.

zoohead - Unregistered

May 06, 2012 3:14 PM


Yeah great comeback, because you have nothing else to say...spelling, whatever.

Insult? That's all you did by trashing elite riders in the premier I said, calling ANY of them jackasses, just shows you are a goon.

John7 - Unregistered

May 06, 2012 3:16 PM

Moto 2 was way more entertaining than this , specially last lap with 4-5 overtakes and suspense , motogp is all about the bike nothing more , yamaha & honda will fight for the championship

SBY - Unregistered

May 06, 2012 3:17 PM

Rossi is again the best Ducati raider..

No comments on that? Hello Rossi haters...

And he become the best Ducati without risking his life.
Just enough to show that 7th is the best a Ducati can do.

It's the BIKE !!
End of discussion

thatoot - Unregistered

May 06, 2012 3:17 PM

take away CS and the same results as lenzo would've one,
funny i think cs was tryin to get the race over quickly as to blow his nose... really the other stars need to step up.. or pay CS to retire.

billace - Unregistered

May 06, 2012 3:18 PM

The only rider consistently getting the GOAT label thrown around is Rossi. Facts are, if it wasn't for Stoner that would be a much easier arguement to make. Stoner took many wins away from Rossi on a bike that Rossi proved was far less capable. If Stoner wasn't in GP Rossi may have already broken Ago's record and still be at Yamaha. Maybe that's where all the animosity comes from?

Anyway, I think all of that is irrelevant, there is a racing season underway and that is what matters. Riders are paid to fill the trophy case, not show one off. When Rossi changes his style and rides the way Casey, Jorge and Dani are he can be back up front. As Casey showed it won't matter what bike he's on, it has to come from him, Jorge showed that too last year and binned it a few times in the process but took the off season very seriously and will give it his all.

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