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Full Saturday free practice times from the US MotoGP at Lagua Seca, round 10 of 18.

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Jimmy - Unregistered

July 28, 2012 8:09 PM

WINS
Rossi 105. 6.17 per year for 17 years
Stoner 43 3.58 per year for 12 years.

PODIUMS
Rossi 176. 10.35 per year for 17 years.
Stoner 85 7.08 per year for 12 years.

FASTEST LAPS
Rossi 87. 5.11 per year for 17 years.
Stoner 32. 2.66 per year for 12 years.

WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS
Rossi 9 in 17 years. 52.9% Winning Percentage
Stoner 2 in 12 years. 16.6% Winning Percentage

billace - Unregistered

July 28, 2012 8:50 PM

3m, though I agree that postponing was probably a good idea, the amount of races and the tight schedule probably doesn't allow it and the riders would probably prefer not to qualify in the dark (and so would the broadcasters) That's why I see nothing wrong with Repsol's decision.

I was in many races at Pocono, as in Pocono mountains. Foggy, damp conditions were the norm for morning practice. I recall crashes in the first few corners happening many times, including some helicopter rides for unlucky riders. Not the kind of conditions to push a prototype machine at all.

bayokyok - Unregistered

July 28, 2012 9:19 PM

WINS
Rossi 105. 6.17 per year for 17 years
Stoner 43 3.58 per year for 12 years.

PODIUMS
Rossi 176. 10.35 per year for 17 years.
Stoner 85 7.08 per year for 12 years.

FASTEST LAPS
Rossi 87. 5.11 per year for 17 years.
Stoner 32. 2.66 per year for 12 years.

WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS
Rossi 9 in 17 years. 52.9% Winning Percentage
Stoner 2 in 12 years. 16.6% Winning Percentage
Posted by Jimmy

still there are at least 6 idiots who disagree.
its clear that those rossi haters refuse to see his achievements. no matter how many titles rossi wins, those scousers will all the time disrespect him. that's why their favorite rider would not be the champion that rossi is.

billace - Unregistered

July 28, 2012 9:34 PM

bayokyok,

Though I don't bother with agreeing or disagreeing with posts 9this is an internet forum) I can see why that might get some disagrees. It simply has nothing to do with the topic and no place in this post.

We all appreciate you undying love for Rossi and hope you are happy. What you need to understand is that many of us do not feel the need to fixate on a particular rider and simply love motorcycle racing. That implies that we care more about the present, as in the Laguna round, than getting a history lesson.

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