MotoGP » Pedrosa powers to Mugello pole, Lorenzo powerless

Dani Pedrosa creates a small upset by taking pole position for the 2012 Italian Grand Prix, ahead of pre-session favourite Jorge Lorenzo and revelation Hector Barbera.

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SAM - Unregistered

July 14, 2012 4:40 PM

to make things proper it takes tyms, now in dry is almost down to a sec from top teams, wer a slight setting mattered as some of them are close to top timings like nicky n hb, so its really good signs nly,yes 9tyms we wer world champion we will telll it daily, u bstrd dont be jealous for that,we are here with a mission in btwn dont poke ur nose into it-may be moaner fan nly this 'top ducati'


July 14, 2012 4:42 PM

audi, i sure hope you know what you're doing. invest in rossi...? yes. even off his game, 9x champs move inventory. invest in grandprix...? no. unless bridgestone starts getting paid or dorna does away with the control tyre, no matter what you put under him he's not going to get on with the current bridgestones. wearing the current shoes, i don't think he'd be challenging even if he were on the honda or the yamaha...?

tomcol - Unregistered

July 14, 2012 4:42 PM

Well done Hector. Fully backed up my comments (And 2 or 3 others) that he has real speed albeit occasionally scary. No tow today and presumably when he does get a tow its because he needs one. This is a guy who wants to race and should in my opinion get a better machine. I put him ahead of Bautista, Crutchlow, Bradl, Hayden and currently Rossi too. Dont want to criticise Valentino because of what he has achieved in the past but I think it might now be prudent to move on either to WSBK (Look at Biaggi) or rallying. The hunger has gone and moving to Honda or Yamaha wouldnt help. New kids on the block are faster.

SAM - Unregistered

July 14, 2012 4:48 PM

bautista n hector wer consistent all the way this season, bt i think bautista is totaly out of concentration he is been repeatedly loosing things not at all gud for him, their byks are good n upto to the mark i dont think so they are faster than experienced guys,as in a performing day these are nthin for rossi,still he has lots to give to motogp nly think bike shud respond

Locky - Unregistered

July 14, 2012 4:48 PM

3 Spanish midgets on the front row in Italy. Happy day for Dorna no doubt.
Barbara has spent a long time making the works Duke team look foolish, but he doesn't put bums on seats.
Stoner might be developing early withdrawal symptoms, hope not or else we have nothing but The Spanish League to watch.

kevin - Unregistered

July 14, 2012 4:50 PM


" i have a pic of justin bieber that keeps me good company "

If only he knew, he would be most annoyed at being out saddened by yourself...sad but very true.

Shamu - Unregistered

July 14, 2012 4:51 PM
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Rossi a nine time world champion is a has been, old, obviously cannot ride the Ducati, cannot win without the best bikes and best teams. It's evident and he is where he is now. These are the facts of Rossi as we see it now.

Stoner the fastest on two wheels who ever lived, being "the GOAT" considered by his fans as better than Ago or Vale, only rider who can ride the Ducati by being the only rider who can ride around problems, young, balls of steel, everything he says is gospel and the only rider who tells it like it is and does not make excuses. Two championships.

Considering that stoner is the god of two wheels, why can he only manage a measly two championships in a staggering 12 years in the top flight?

SAM - Unregistered

July 14, 2012 4:54 PM

i dont give a damn for those, u not my teachr too, setups can favour some on some days so lets see in race with wat we hav found in practice, hope to see u anglais here tomorow with the result

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