MotoGP » Lorenzo wins wet Le Mans, Rossi second

Jorge Lorenzo wins the French MotoGP at a soaking Le Mans, Valentino Rossi passes Casey Stoner for second place on the final lap.

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May 20, 2012 2:27 PM

Wish some of the the Rossi and Stoner supporters could show some of the respect these two did at the finish. World class performances by two of the best of all time.
Wish Stoner would reconsider, and have Rossi join him at Honda. That would be fun to watch...

fled - Unregistered

May 20, 2012 2:27 PM

STELLAR ride by ROssi. I was out of my seat as if i were watching Marco, praying he would not toss the bike! Not exciting anymore you say Stoner? (I am a stoner fan BTW)...thank you Vale for showing me, and everyone else, you still are truly the man, when all things are equal.

garrett kzn - Unregistered

May 20, 2012 2:28 PM

@ #27
Hey , Hey mamoo , my buddy .....wen peoiple like yrselves make silly little comments like you jst did we call ......cakes ! Hey mamoo dnt be a cake and all right ! Im in Japan at the moment cld not watch race had keep tabs on the internet lap by lap times cant watch live timing or vidoes etc ,,,blah blah damn it seems I missed a gud race ! dats wat the fans wanna see for peters sake dis is it with Da Docta so rite ! long live Vale da Doctor, Da Maestro ! to hell with age it's a number , dis man neva ever gave up ducati get da bike rite 4 da dry common
man get it rite ! well done jlo !

herowassenna - Unregistered

May 20, 2012 2:28 PM

Fabulous ride from Jorge in Difficult conditions, all the yamaha's seemed to be working very well, great ride from Rossi, the Ducati seemed to be working well in the wet.
The honda's were not looking quite so comfortable with Casey working hard for his third place and Danny very lucky to net 4th after both the other yamahas crashed out.
All round a nail biting finish
Posted by bikenut (14 minutes ago)

If the Ducati was working well in the wet, where was Hayden and the rest?
It's Rossi that makes the difference in the wet because he has ability to throw away.
Be it F1 or MotoGP, rain is the great leveller. It's talent that makes the difference.

Mark - Unregistered

May 20, 2012 2:28 PM

Great to see Rossi up there (i'm a huge Stoner fan by the way). Just like old times.

In post race interview Rossi says a foggy visor cost him 3 seconds in the middle of the race.

Stoner says he shredded his rear tyre and had no grip at the end.

Both moaners?? Or could they both be telling the truth!! Of course it is the truth.

rofl - Unregistered

May 20, 2012 2:29 PM

@ inconvenience

cant you just admit defeat in the race,

why do you have to go googling stats

from back as far as 6 years ago..

your boy just got owned by the old fart
who is washed up and finished.

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