MotoGP » Lorenzo untouchable in Italy, Stoner off


Jorge Lorenzo wins the Italian MotoGP at Mugello.

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Ian - Unregistered

July 15, 2012 3:55 PM

Bradl's move was aggressive but fair. That move is made all the time. I'm sure Nicky isn't happy, but he needed to expect it coming and protect his line. Stoners move was a little too aggressive, I don't think he intended to hit him, he was simply too late on his brakes. I don't think either rider should be penalized, that was good hard racing.

baffoon - Unregistered

July 15, 2012 3:56 PM

"Anyone who thinks Dovisioso is even remotely near Rossi in terms of ability or talent isnt worth debating with. "

Ah yes, the old "anyone who doesn't agree with me how brilliant Rossi is, is an uneducated baffoon" retort.

Well don't bother friend, that argument got blew to pieces by the middle of last season and hasn't recovered.

So take your superior attitude and.............

nath - Unregistered

July 15, 2012 3:56 PM

Not getting the rossi fans here tbh, he does **** all race then mugs hayden for 5th place and your jumping all over it?
Ducati are making another mistake this year by keeping this joke on the bike.

Nick - Unregistered

July 15, 2012 3:57 PM

How come no one is complaining about the race being boring even though the race deciding overtake was on the 1st corner of the 1st lap and then Lorenzo took off. Or is it boring only when Stoner runs away at the front ?

Rich1 - Unregistered

July 15, 2012 3:59 PM

I am having a hard time seeing how some people beleive Nicky made a mistake. I'm not blaming Bradl - agressive move yes, but that is racing. Sure Nicky could have rode a more defensive line, but he had third place Dovi right in his sights so he needed to stay on the fast line, not go into defensive mode. I am sure he was going to give it everything he had to try and get the Ducati on the podium. Either way the incident completely messud up his rhythm. Agree or disagree, that is the way I saw it.

'27Goat - Unregistered

July 15, 2012 4:01 PM

Its obvious that the Ducati is a better bike than the honda right now. Its a fact the Stoner is better than Rossi and I have no doubt Stoner would have been on pole and won the race on a Ducati, the honda is rubbish/

rahulrossi

July 15, 2012 4:06 PM

List of riders and their number of 1.49's laps
Lorenzo-2(These came of last 2 laps where he became a bit relaxed and even waved at his fans)
Pedrosa-4
Dovisioso-6
Bradl-6
Rossi-3(They were in a row and highest lap being 1.49.182)
Cal-5(3 of them are in a row when Rossi did them he held Cruchlow)
Hayden-5(incl. last lap)
Stoner-10(incl. lap on which he ran off track where he made 2.03)
Barbera-18(8 of last 10 laps are in 1.50s)
Bautista-19(But for 3 laps at start)


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