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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cockroach

August 17, 2012 5:54 PM

@Rhino, time to move on sport, enjoy the race.

@rocket, I totally agree with you, I took a mate who is a devout Rossi fan with me to the island a couple of years ago, he was blown away by Stoners pace and aggression, he is still a Rossi lover though lol.

Sausarge - Unregistered

August 17, 2012 7:16 PM

The duke has no front end grip if the track has low grip how can that be good for the dukes front end??anyways Rossi just missed serious injury last time out hector in terrible shape, Ducati should be kicked out its bordering on criminal that lack of respect for the riders the sport and the huge amount of money they waste. A total disgrace. To me jlo looks quicker than casey this year which is why even though he's been taken out he's still way in front. Looking fast and going fast aren't the same. Most folk weren't trying overly hard because Indy is a joke. World pinnacle of bikes and a dusty old track that isn't used all year and is back to front is the very best American has to offer. Stick to your own world serie'ses, stateside only. Casey will gamble on the soft tyre again but jlo will also.

Telegram Sam - Unregistered

August 17, 2012 7:58 PM

Oh God, the same repetitious comments over and over and over and over again........the capacity of some of you people to keep spinning same wheel is absolutely horrendous. What exactly is a joke ?? :-(

eyeCu - Unregistered

August 17, 2012 8:00 PM

Casey thinks it is all Barbera's own fault anyway: his ambition outweighed his talent and he at the same time wasn't trying hard enough. Moreover, Casey is ready to ride his Honda to a victory, turn into the pits, climb on the Pramac and still go around to finish ahead of everyone else, especially #46. That is just how brilliant Casey is. Stoner, the man of true Grit and unparalleled ambition and talent!

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