MotoGP » Italian MotoGP, Mugello - Friday practice (2)


Full Friday free practice times (2) from the Italian MotoGP at Mugello, round 9 of 18.

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the real deal - Unregistered

July 13, 2012 3:33 PM

Nevermind Georgie. You wont have to watch Stoner pummel the red Marlboro circus act into the weeds again next year as Lorenzo has vowed to keep up the good work of exposing pretenders that dance and sing for the crowds.
I'm sure Marquez and Pedrosa will help Lorenzo with the mammoth task too!

Moaning about Stoner - Unregistered

July 13, 2012 4:07 PM

Funny to see people happy about Stoner retiring. Like it means Rossi will start winning again.
Those people will be not so happy if the stories about Stoner signing for Yamaha are true.

God that will be hilarious.

Hemmy - Unregistered

July 13, 2012 4:10 PM

@paddle 'come end of the race Rossi always finishes ahead of Hayden'.

Hmmmm, even though over the last 2 seasons its currently 14-10 to Rossi. And this season its actually 5-5.

That comment doesnt hold a drop of water. Rossi and Hayden are closer than you might think if you take your yellow glasses off for second and actually bother to look up the facts.

Rossi and Hayden have probably been the most evenly matched team mates over the last two years.

Make of that what you will.

People who dont like Rossi will say thats because they are as good as each other and Rossi has been exposed now that its the first time he doesnt have superior kit.

People who like Rossi will says that because Hayden has been with Ducati for longer and has more experience and it suits his style more.

Its a shame that Hayden may be losing his ride next season.

Id like to see Ducati bend the rules a little like in superbikes and run a 3 bike team with Cal, Rossi and Hayden.



Safety First - Unregistered

July 13, 2012 4:13 PM

Guys,will Casey Stoner be fined or warned for that behaviour against the CRT rider during free practice

Casey Stoner punched Randy De Puniet on the left shoulder and was fined 5000 euro by race direction during warm up of the 2011 French Grand Prix.

It's a shame Casey does this kind of thing as it detractes from his incredible skills as a rider.
No one wants to see riders shoving and punching people as it's very dangerous and un sporting.


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