MotoGP » Stoner victorious at Assen, Lorenzo wipe-out

Casey Stoner wins the Dutch MotoGP at Assen - now equal on points with Jorge Lorenzo after Spaniard is taken down at turn one.

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Guy - Unregistered

June 30, 2012 2:20 PM

The commentator said to apologize Cal Crutchlow for his agricultural language regarding the Bautista ocurrence. The commentator owes an apologee to Cal for his language, because he put the truth in front stone cold. Of course if it was Rossi saying those words everybody would have a stupid grin on their faces.

Nas - Unregistered

June 30, 2012 2:23 PM

Pedrosa didn't even fight back. He stood around smiling after the race, happy with second. Hope to see Marquez and Dovi in the Factory Honda team next year.

Guy - Unregistered

June 30, 2012 2:25 PM

It wasn't just Ducati that had heavy suffering with their tires, everybody did !
What is up with Bridgestones ?
In my car am not running B's any more, put some Yoko's. Don't want a chunk of my tires flying off in the highway.

In all honesty I don't know that Jorge would have beat Stoner today, the hard tyre semed well down on pace and the soft on the Hondas didn't drop off as expected, well not on Stoners bike anyway.

So instead of being too rueful about Jorges crash lets just enjoy that the championship race is on again and after yesterday and his performance today you really can't deny Stoner the break. It was a masterful weekend from someone who just should not be allowed to leave our sport!!!!

Danimal - Unregistered

June 30, 2012 2:28 PM

I hope Crutchlow doesn't get suckered in by the Ducati offer. The Duc is like a vampire monster that sucks the career life force out of anyone who dares touch it. Spies should be out and either Cal or Dovi should move up into the factory, let Spies get his MotoGp career finished off with a one year Ducati deal.

who said that

June 30, 2012 2:34 PM

The only reason I can see for Crutchlow going to ducatti is to prove how good a rider he is by doing a Stoner and drag the Duc kicking and screaming to the finish line.

Hope WSBK is televised next year so that we can watch Stoner in action again

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