MotoGP » Pedrosa pole in incident-packed Indy qualifying

Dani Pedrosa takes pole position at Indianapolis after his team-mate Casey Stoner injures his ankle in an spectacular accident; Lorenzo and Dovizioso complete front row.

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zxrider03 - Unregistered

August 18, 2012 10:21 PM

I have been giving Rossi the benefit of the doubt for awhile, however my ability to do that over the past 6 races has vanished. This all but confirms IMO that he has either lost some of us ability or he just doesn't give a ****, and if it is the latter then that is just disrespectful to Ducati and everyone.


August 18, 2012 11:51 PM

This track is a joke, to have three motogp riders in the space of ten minutes of so crash heavily like they did was a disgrace. Those accidents were hard to watch and then to see Nicky lying on the track, reported to be unconscious, is scary. The organisers need to realize that wasn't qualifying ...that was suicide.
Worst qualifying I've had to sit through.


August 19, 2012 1:35 AM

re: "big accidents for Casey Stoner, Ben Spies and Nicky Hayden"

for those who've quickly forgotten, this is karma's way of reminding you about the inherent fragility of dorna's "star-eff" business model and how it can be gutted in less than an hour's time.

Mark Bayliss - Unregistered

August 19, 2012 10:35 AM

@ shuggiemac

It was a live feed - there were 5 or 6 people all watching the same screen, all but one were cringing with the other breaking out into a smile.

If you seriously think that this does not go on then you are either ignorant or gullible as it has been shown on camera before.

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