MotoGP » Lorenzo out of sight in foggy final practice


Jorge Lorenzo fastest during a foggy Saturday practice for the US MotoGP at Laguna Seca.

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DJ from TJ - Unregistered

July 28, 2012 7:41 PM

Lorenzo doing a string of high to mid 1:21's even with the conditions is scary. I think they should have red flagged the practice for at least 15 min. I know the schedule is tight specially with the AMA guys waiting but the fans would have appreciated it more than just seeing all the riders out for 10 min. I could have been accomodated in my opinion. I bet the Repsol guys are going to regret not going out and do some laps, with the hard tire failing to reach optimum temperature, any feed back or tweaking from the riders is very important specially with Lorenzo in such a good form. GO LORENZO!!!

King Kenny - Unregistered

July 28, 2012 8:14 PM

I'd say the public attending Laguna Seca appreciate more watching the AMA than MotoGP.

Other than that, I'm looking forward to watching qualifying later and see how they all do.

Quoting DJ from TJ: "GO LORENZO!!!"

rrally - Unregistered

July 28, 2012 8:53 PM

I agree the vet's and any other rider that doesn't know secs could have ran some wets and got in some laps if only to get some track knowlage, surprises me the most is why Cal wasn't out there I mean fk he grew up in this shiet fweather - it's just like London lol

Cammyspop

July 28, 2012 11:12 PM

In every session including qualifying Lorenzo has been consistently fast. Stoner can claim he isn't on pole because of the traffic if he wants, but the simple fact is that he only put in a couple of sub 1'21" laps to Lorenzo's four. Likewise in FP2 Lorenzo put in twice as many sub 1'22" laps as Stoner. Indeed he managed more than Stoner and Pedrosa put together, he strung together five in a row, nobody else came close to that consistent speed in any session.

Not quite as dominant as at Mugello, but getting there.

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