MotoGP » Pedrosa toe-to-toe for German GP win, Stoner falls


Dani Pedrosa wins the German MotoGP at Sachsenring, Casey Stoner crashes out with just two corners to go.

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1 - Once again, total domination from Repsol Honda. Does the current theory that the Yamaha is far better than the Honda still stands?
2 - Perfect race from Pedrosa and almost great from Stoner. Stoner would never beat Pedrosa to the line this time, and the mistake has his to make but even so he was close to victory.
3 - I still don't believe that Pedrosa can fight with the other two for the title, but he clearly has his mind in shutting me off - some more races like this and he has a good chance as any of the other two guys.
4 - And no, I don't think that Stoner fell due to the rain - no one else did and specially Pedrosa didn't... but I may be wrong.

YellowPeril - Unregistered

July 08, 2012 1:18 PM

How dare someone crash trying to win a race!
Don't understand people gloating about someone crashing, probably the same people who are always complaining about lack of racing at the front?

Dani-boy - Unregistered

July 08, 2012 1:21 PM

It truly was the case of ambition-outweighing-talent. No Karma, no payback here. Stoner seemed completely frustrated towards the end. And the cause of frustration was not being able to pass Dani. Dani won fair and square. It all has to do with the kind of reputation Dani has at office. He's been looked down upon as an underdog. Which he clearly isn't! Casey's ambition not only took him 'down'today, but he lost valuable points and is now third in the title-race. Ego-bruise?

Lactose - Unregistered

July 08, 2012 1:25 PM

If you look closely, just before he fell, someone in the crowd was waving a pint of milk at Stoner. That did it, he was going DOWN!

Nice one Dani, great ride.

stony - Unregistered

July 08, 2012 1:26 PM

Well Stoner has said that he takes one race at time and goes for win. It didn't workout this time. Sometimes it still would be wise to take second place. But there is absolutely no shame crashing when fighting for win. We have enough of those guys on grid who are just cruising around.

Sean04 - Unregistered

July 08, 2012 1:31 PM

Sean I'd leave it mate. You cannot possibly win this argument today. Your boy messed up and is now 20 points behind Jorge. You've stuck the boot into Rossi as often as possible, so on this occassion, accept this stuffage, go on, feel those boots!

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