MotoGP » PICS: Bautista takes out Lorenzo at Assen


Alvaro Bautista gets it very wrong heading into turn one of the Dutch MotoGP at Assen.

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0o0o0o0o0 - Unregistered

June 30, 2012 11:29 PM

What bautista did was so wrong for a pilot, that for me is so hard to believe that was a simple "mistake".
I think he was trying to to what he did, take off Lorenzo. Well, he's an Honda employee, you know.

Hookem

July 01, 2012 10:24 AM

Conspiracy or not...Hard to argue the results...At this level it is hard to believe a guy would make a track day, club level move a guy would make trying to get his "novice" license and deciding to "smoke em" decision.

Whatever happened it stinks...I will add that if Bautista does anything even remotely close to this race and only has to start at the back of the pack...I will swear off MotoGP.

We lost a great talent last year. His name was Marco Simoncelli. I believe if the powers to be had done there job Mr. Simoncelli would still be here with us today.

Dorna needs to sell the franchise to someone else that only cares about racing.

At this level...World Champion...It should be about the best motorcycle riders in the world. Sad day when WSBK has become the better series for racing.

Fanboy BS, Politics, Money, Passport, Sponser, is not part of being a world champion.

No wonder Mr. Stoner is quitting. He told Honda straight up the bike was wrong and Honda more or less told he was f

Gsxr1k - Unregistered

July 01, 2012 11:53 PM

There are rules against riding irresponsibly or dangerously, that's what bautista got penalized for. He should consider himself lucky, Hopkins got disqualified from the next round after an almost identical incident at Motegi in 2003.

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