MotoGP » Dutch MotoGP, Assen - Friday practice

Full Friday free practice times from the Dutch MotoGP at Assen, round 7 of 18.

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3m - Unregistered

June 29, 2012 10:14 AM

Pedrosa had 3 laps faster then lorenzo but with soft rear tire,i hope it will not be a cruising victory for lorenzo like last races.

Freack - Unregistered

June 29, 2012 10:19 AM

Rossidin i dunno what is your problem with Rossi you must have see him Piss for sure.. and now you whant one son..!! Rossi is on one good spot.. the normal spot for ducati. loocke where is hayden, so fast and is only 2 places ahead.. All bet for race Rossi will beat hayden..

rossidin - Unregistered

June 29, 2012 10:20 AM


you're hoping for the best result on the ducati riders and so am i, but in this case every setup that the ducs team try to put on the bike seem have no potential to close the gap or even racing for the podium

the good news is dorna will change the rule on 2013 and i hope it can change the situation

some1 - Unregistered

June 29, 2012 10:35 AM

No one should be surprised with Rossi's result. Hayden successfully mentoring Rossi under his wing. So, don't expect any more a race winning from him.

Most highly paid mediocre rider status should be enough for his fans to cherries while he is still in MotoGP.


June 29, 2012 11:00 AM

Just putting Rossi aside for a minute, look how the close the CRT bikes are to the bottom prototype machines.
Granted it's a short lap, but there's 1% between top CRT and midpack prototype, and with no disrespect to the CRT pilots, they're not in the same league as the top 6 riders.

I still believe in CRT and I think the right bike with the right rider would surprise one or two GP bikes.
Look how fast Moto2 were at Silverstone with just 130bhp and Dunlop slicks.
If they could shoehorn a 220bhp Fireblade engine into Luthi, Marquez or Redding's bike I think it could be very interesting...

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