MotoGP » Pedrosa: Wheelie control 'not magic'

"At that speed it is like an aeroplane" - Dani Pedrosa.

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Play - Unregistered

June 04, 2012 10:37 AM

I Aim tired of waching this complains about space.. I tinck Lorenzo was preety clean after that long straight bikes do almost 330 kmph and offcorse if riders whant to fight him breacking one off then will have to say dammm he is on the right side i will not make t and give up.. Thats way i love Rossi he allways Dog fight is Dog fight if we are here trying to explain when one rider must pass or not we will end up without chances.. maybe iven him motogp they will inveted the kers then riders can pass on the straight line just need to enter the power botton..lolo Lorenzo try the same move on that straight to Rossi him 2009 the first time Rossi remove is leg and beat him on breacks but Rossi new he could remove is Leg 2 times so on the secund one he have to give up for Lorenzo but beat him on the final corner.. This is racing on one Dog fight Rules dont talck but riders talck to each other.. they to understand the intencions of the rivel and for the rival its the same


June 04, 2012 10:39 AM
Last Edited 1275 days ago

lorenzo does that some time... he nearly knocked dovi down in last year's leman's race... he tried to pass cal and pushed him wide in jerez race... he is smooth but sometimes just his ambition ''outwEIGHs'' others talent...

justforfun - Unregistered

June 04, 2012 10:54 AM

Jorge is a Champion and knows all the tricks in the book to win.

I know Dani is gutted to be winless so far this season especially in his home race.

Dani is a small fragile guy and crashing is not fun...due to this, he's reserved from being too aggressive. In order for him to be a champion he needs to take notes/learn the tricks from Jorge or Vale or GO FOR IT!!

anon1 - Unregistered

June 04, 2012 11:09 AM

Dani is not actually complaining or saying it was unfair. He said that he had no space. Which he didn't. It's a "big" block pass move. Carry on! :)

Play - Unregistered

June 04, 2012 11:23 AM

anon1 Kid better for you wach again the race.. dont give him space?? Jorge was on the right side to enter the corner Pedrosa try to beat him on breacks and try to enter first he failed and end up him one situacion that would make him go wide.. Block Pass?? you guys are noobs.. Jorge did eberythingh right the problem here is that Pedrosa yinck that he could beat Lorenzo at that point but guess what Lorenzo teach him the lines and teach the race pace and iven withou t that move Lorenzo would beat Pedrosa until the end of the race

Play - Unregistered

June 04, 2012 11:28 AM

on the first corner its impossible for both bikes make the corner.. the reallaty is that if he dont give up the fight on breacks he run wide has simply has that.. dont come with bull**** you guys have the sxemple of Rossi 2009 wach on youtube and then wach the race of 2012 again

Play - Unregistered

June 04, 2012 11:36 AM

its better for pedrosa play on this.. at least he had one line only for him, with he can has last has he

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