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Full Friday free practice times (1) from the Indianapolis MotoGP, round 11 of 18.

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Catch Up - Unregistered

August 17, 2012 4:14 PM

Another excellent display of power sliding from Stoner.

Should get faster times next session and I bet Jorge will be up there.

Great job from Nicky, that is where I like to see the Ducati.

Firefly - Unregistered

August 17, 2012 4:16 PM

Only friday of course, but what's up with the Yamaha's? Saving engines and running old ones perhaps?

Also well done to Rapp, he's now right among the other CRTs. If you take into the account how little track time they've had that's a big accomplishment. Yates isn't that far off as well.

I'm not a fan of the CRT concept, certainly because it's limiting prototypes, but in the end more bikes and wildcards can only be a good thing.

Vilas

August 17, 2012 4:42 PM

Repsol team loocks good to this GP!! If we notice American rides are very natural here but Pedrosa dont have big problems to put the rcv running 42law.. Anyway is Fp1 the times will drop more.. iven if this year Yonny Hernandez is not the top CRT i think this rider deserve better for him.. If i was the Boss from Tech 3 for exemple insted of Smith i would be loocking to this rider but anyway its just one opinian i dunno how Smith will performe...

remote controlled m1 - Unregistered

August 17, 2012 4:46 PM

I am one of Stoner's fans.though topping the first FP,yet I'm so much concerned with the laptime.what is really happening on the track?.1000cc no faster than 800cc !.seems that the tyre politics really catches Stoner out.
he can indeed endure front grip,chatter,brake,mindgame or intolerant fan issues but not with this silly tyre regulation by which he can't put his max potential on powerslide through race distance!

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