MotoGP » Stoner: There was always a CRT in the way

“Every lap was spoiled which is very frustrating as I really feel we could have been on pole but we'll have to settle for where we are” – Casey Stoner.

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July 29, 2012 3:12 AM

@Roadrunner-combined sector times are good on paper only for practice improvement, after that they don't count. Especially for .05 of a second that's just sour grapes.

If you're not bored with Moto GP yet, try it with 10 less bikes out there. They'd have to let the crowd shoot at them with paint balls to keep them interested. Cleanest fastest guy wins.

F1 has the answer to qualy with slower guys.


July 29, 2012 3:32 AM

re: "There was always a CRT bike in the way and considering we're 3-4 seconds a lap quicker than them"

when the games are over i'm going to take the torch and set all the CRT's ablaze. gonna fix this once and for all.

beatz - Unregistered

July 29, 2012 3:48 AM

The guy needs to shut the hell up and stop embarrasing himself. If there are people on the track (which im pretty sure theyre allowed to be there no?!) then use you fing brain and find a gap. or maybe don't wait until the last 20seconds of an HOUR of qualifying to do a fast lap.

Sooner he is gone the better.

I will miss seeing him at full tilt on a bike but i will not miss his ignorant self important bitchy attitude and bad sportsmanship.

Pitchit - Unregistered

July 29, 2012 3:56 AM

either you have never raced, nor ridden a motorbike to make such an uneducated assumption on the track situation.

Racing is NOT like MotoGP playstation even if you claim to play it in full race simulation, it is not the real thing.

Think about track days and your about to do your best lap time and WOW, some learner slows you down, how does that make you feel?

This track has many a blind corner, banking corners and flat corners which all add up to make it one of the best tracks to race.

Add in the width of the track and now Motorbikes that are 4-5 secs slower and your claim makes you look very foolish.

Understand that you dont like the guy, thats OK, most likely many people dont like you, but it is important that you either know the facts and stay within them or you learn to ride a bike, do a track day and then, only then will you understand why he has said what he said.

Abacus - Unregistered

July 29, 2012 4:02 AM

“There was always a CRT bike in the way and considering we're 3-4 seconds a lap quicker than them, you come up on them pretty quick, no matter how big a gap you give them.

One mississippi, two mississippi, three mississippi, four mississippi, five mississippi.

Oh that wasn't too hard after all!!

432 - Unregistered

July 29, 2012 4:23 AM

if all of you think that CRT's are worth the effort here are the time differences between the crt's which have great tires and electronic's and the AMA superbikke class which has stock gear box's no electronics and a very controlled tire.
1 Josh Hayes Yamaha R1 1:24.446
2 Ben Bostrom 1:24.657
3 Roger Hayden 1:24.867
4 Josh Herrin 1:25.029
5 Geoff May 1:25.043
11 Randy De Puniet 1:22.886
12 Aleix Esparago 1:23.075
13 Colin Edwards 1:23.699
14 Karel Abraham 1:23.704
15 Yonny Hernandez 1:23.769
im sorry there just waisting there money

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