MotoGP » Dutch MotoGP, Assen - Race Results

Race results from the Dutch MotoGP at Assen, round 7 of 18.

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resoL - Unregistered

June 30, 2012 2:07 PM

Bridgestone, wisen up, make tires that last. Stoner won because, being better rider than Pedrosa, he put less stress on his rubber following Pedrosa.
MotoGP should not be a tire-nursing race.

Catch Up - Unregistered

June 30, 2012 2:13 PM

Let the Championship race begin again.

Great ride by Stoner, would have been good to see how he would have gone against Jorge.

Bring on next weekend. This is turning into a great Championship fight.

GSX-R - Unregistered

June 30, 2012 2:17 PM

I wonder as many people calling it a gifted win, what make them so confirmed about JLs win? (may be tires) Happy to see fake god lapped down ':D', Yamaha and Honda would not allow such a big flop to come back over their bikes and I hope Ducati also should do the same, send him on a CRT bike or SBK, Biaggi is desperately waiting for him there.

Also my request to yellow fangirls, please shut-down your computers and move on, rather than wasting time to hitting disagree.

some1 - Unregistered

June 30, 2012 2:21 PM

Yamaha as whole made a big mistake with the tyre choice. Even the Repsol Honda nursing their soft tyres, None of the Yamahas able to catch the Repsol's Duo.

Hah! Rossi made himself looks bad. After 3 riders passed him, he gave up. Nobody should be blamed even the tyre. Hayden was talking about tyre management since Silverstone, it seem only him in Ducati made the right decision.

SHAKEN - Unregistered

June 30, 2012 2:21 PM

Last Tuesdays POLL, MotoGP 2012: And the winner will be...?

Well we all know now this is impossible as it can all change in the blink of an eye. There is still a long way to go too for remainder of this year.

It goes without saying JoL has gone from 25 point lead to 0 point lead and now equal with Stoner.

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!!!!


June 30, 2012 2:28 PM

Put it simply - CS benefited today and that is taking nothing from DP. BS was the the loser, NH a winner.

Where does motogp go from here?

Overall MotoGP needs to look to the future and where it needs to be.

Is VR the future of MotoGP, I doubt it. Let's really look forward, to having a top flight competition and the next generation. Carmello look to the next generation don't be blinded by the short term, your model is outdated. Go with the flow, let go of the past.

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