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Full Friday free practice times (1) from the British MotoGP at Silverstone, round 6 of 18.

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johnnyr - Unregistered

June 15, 2012 11:11 AM

man rossi was ON IT. He was going -1 -1 -1 every single lap for the first 10 mins while everyone else was tip-toeing around

I was in shock on the last lap when Hayden went .8 faster than Stoner, then low and behold rossi goes 1.1 faster than his last lap hahaha

Nick636

June 15, 2012 11:42 AM

SO WHAT!?!?!

What does it matter if he's 3 seconds or 15 seconds faster in a soaking FP1?!

Let's talk again after qualifying, maybe after the race! If he is still up there, great, but I think there is nothing wrong with tip-toeing in practice and minimising the chance of making costly errors in an otherwise meaningless session...

But it is nice to see they at least have the bike working for them in wet conditions... If only they could do it in the dry to mix things up a little more...

TKNY - Unregistered

June 15, 2012 11:48 AM

Spies last prototype. Ok we all know he cant ride fast in the wet but last prototpye on the best bike is garbage, whether its only free practice or not. He's not putting 100% effort into it and he is clearly the one who needs as much seat time as possible.

Stace

June 15, 2012 11:57 AM

I love it that when he doesn't try becuase it's pointless on the bije people slate him. When he tries people slate him.

Yes it's only FP1, yes it's wet. But I think it's great to see him pushing like that anyway!

But as Nick says, if only they could convert it to dry weather running!

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