MotoGP » Stoner leads opening Indy session, Barbera red flag


Casey Stoner fastest during Friday free practice (1) for the Indianapolis MotoGP - falls for Hector Barbera and Cal Crutchlow.

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dane - Unregistered

August 17, 2012 4:36 PM

ahh it warms the heart to see young casey sliding the honda around, carving out the black lines from the rear wheels!! you will sorely be missed for your ability on a a motorcycle!!

GoForIt - Unregistered

August 17, 2012 4:38 PM

A boring track with no elevation changes. No thanks.

Anyway, I suspect times to drop rapidly this afternoon as the track dries and the racing line clears a little. In defense of Indy though, they did have wild thunderstorms last night so a little debris is to be expected. Kinda like sand at Qatar, except this will be gone by tomorrow.

Dani needs to start sticking it to Jorge, this "appears" to be a good weekend for that.


Go Silva!!!!

Jon M - Unregistered

August 17, 2012 5:15 PM

You know what worries me?
Low grip track surface and Rossi still off the pace.

It shouldn't be having the chatter issues if the track is green, it should almost be like a wet race.
I think he has well and truly given up.

some1 - Unregistered

August 17, 2012 5:21 PM

Hayden's data will be "on sale" after Qualification on Saturday.

So, when "you" use Hayden's data, don't be too fast when leaning or Ducati will lose the front-end like what happened on the last race at Corkscrew braking point. Hehehehe....

wjam - Unregistered

August 17, 2012 5:23 PM

Rocket is correct. In order to prove it to yourself (should you doubt) just go and watch the guy in real life live at the trackside... In fact it is normally possible to hear his bike before he arrives cos no-one else is riding like that.

By the way i like all the riders... It's just this guy is the fastest...

ciao

Rhino Injury - Unregistered

August 17, 2012 5:30 PM

Rhino, didn't Stoner WIN races, and even a Championship on the Ducati before he left them (after they offered Lorenzo more $$$ than Stoner was making)?

And isn't Rossi making 4x as much as Stoner ever was at Ducati and gives the *two* podiums in wet races before ditching them to go back to Yamaha.

Nod your head boy, nod your head yes.

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