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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rOSSIPUT - Unregistered

May 06, 2012 2:16 PM

So this is whats all about? Tire management!
I almost thought stoner has problem when lorenzo came closer. If these the kind of races in the future, even with closer gap, this is just dead boring! don't get me wrong! with this tire management no one seems have shown their true potential

sad 1000cc

Boring - Unregistered

May 06, 2012 2:16 PM

Nothing between the top 3 the race decided in the first 2 laps.

Boring race Moto2 is much better now, its only time before the bike specs change to somthing similar to Moto2 to get some racing back in the sport.

Echoharry - Unregistered

May 06, 2012 2:16 PM

Wow, that's must be the shortest Motogp race i ever saw, 16 laps and it over?, ...upss, i forgot, i switched to another station.
Thank you number one, for the SHOW you'd give us. Oh look, the rating is sky rocketing, thank you top three, thanks alot.

ladies and gentleman i present to you : CASEY STONER THE MOTORCYCLE WHISPERER

so where are all the people that said he wont win? oh dear, guess hes just proved to you again just how good he is!! ouch!

gutted Pedrosa didnt get close to Jorge
Well DONE THE MIGHTY REPSOL HONDAS!!! :)

motofan

May 06, 2012 2:20 PM

QP was more interesting than the race itself. First race the CRTs were lapped by the leaders - I guess that is the highlight of the event for me. Long procession with some crashes now and then. Goos job Casey. Controlled the race from the beginning. Other than that it was a snooze fest.

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