MotoGP » Lorenzo untouchable in Italy, Stoner off


Jorge Lorenzo wins the Italian MotoGP at Mugello.

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Brian C. - Unregistered

July 15, 2012 2:46 PM

"The gobshyte Rossi knockers are eating their words again, he has finished in front of his team mate.....again, tools. "

Both Rossi and Cal need to thank Bradly for finishing ahead of Hayden. Had Bradl raced CLEANLY, Hayden would have easily finshed no worse than 4th and could have Caught Dovi as he was clearly running a faster pace the last 3-4 laps than Bradl and Dovi.

M1M - Unregistered

July 15, 2012 2:50 PM

Brian C - I feel sorry for Hayden as he rode a good race after qualifying well and showed a lot of heart trying to give Ducati a home podium, but he made a mistake, which let Rossi and Crutchlow through - nothing to do with punks and rookies bashing their way past. Bradl rode a great race, as did Dovizoso. Pedrosa finished pretty much where expected but Lorenzo was in a class of his own. Stoner, unable to overtake on the straight or outbrake Baustista into turn 1, showed his, "It's my track and you're not allowed to play on it!" side again. A dangerous move. Had it been made on him, he would've gone ballistic post-race and demanded a ban for Bautista. Spies was ill, apparently, so although it's yet another poor result, it's not his fault this time. He has a good chance of a podium or two comming up, so he really needs to take full advantage of that 'home field advantage'.

bayokyok - Unregistered

July 15, 2012 2:53 PM

now rossi bashers:
rossi was top ducati again.
plenty of you were quick to bash rossi during practices and qualifying. and as promised, rossi emerged as top ducati with just 11 seconds from the race winner. rossi is now adapting to the ducati. and when eventually he becomes comfortable with it, all other riders should watch out.

Mojo - Unregistered

July 15, 2012 2:53 PM

Both Rossi and Cal need to thank Bradly for finishing ahead of Hayden. Had Bradl raced CLEANLY, Hayden would have easily finshed no worse than 4th and could have Caught Dovi as he was clearly running a faster pace the last 3-4 laps than Bradl and Dovi.
Posted by Brian C. - Unregistered (2 minutes ago)

Ahead is still ahead no matter what... If you let those "if.. if.. if.." running on your head you'll never sleep because there are millions of possibilities.

Now stop it and go cry in your room... Momma's will come with a glass of milk.

wow, unbelievable recovery for Rossi to be the top ducati....

just slap those haters hard in the face....

looks like the curse of the #1 plate is still in place... no one win two season consecutively...

and it's a uphill battle for Casey...

M1M - Unregistered

July 15, 2012 2:57 PM

Abhishek - Ducati were still using a screamer engine in 2007. While Ducati have shown an improvement here, as it's their home track where they've tested more than anyone, I'm not sure whether it represents a real step forward. We should find out at Laguna Seca, especially if they decide to use the new engine with a smoother power delivery there after tomorrow's tests.

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