MotoGP » Peerless Pedrosa eases to Indy victory


Dani Pedrosa cruises to his second MotoGP victory of the season at Indianapolis to close the gap to Jorge Lorenzo in the overall standings; Dovizioso completes the podium.

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true fan - Unregistered

August 19, 2012 9:17 PM

@creek - that's funny. A careful argument - not intelligent, and definitely well short of compelling, but laid out in an attempt to make you feel important. But unfortunately, it shows your insecurity.

I feel your pain - really. It must be awful for you.

Creek - Unregistered

August 19, 2012 9:18 PM

2 disagree.
Obviously Yamaha has a destruct button to push if Spies looked to take points from Lorenzo. YAMAHA I WILL NEVER BUY AGAIN ONE OF YOUR PRODUCTS. How obvious can you get.
Posted by aeolus (8 minutes ago)

Why constructor's points are not needed by yamaha? Which would affect their sales world wide

tom cat - Unregistered

August 19, 2012 9:28 PM

perhaps stoner will not be so flippent with his comments in future about riders riding with injuries, ie rossi when he rode in six weeks after braking his leg,stoners comment was no big deal we all ride with injuries.

motomark - Unregistered

August 19, 2012 9:34 PM

Watching Spies run at the front the first thought that came to mind was "what is going to happen to him now"...crash, mechanical problems....I just knew he wouldn't get a good result. What sort of black magic has been cast on him?
I'm such a big fan of Moto GP, but with only four bikes capable of winning and only two riders capable of winning (maybe three if Rossi can get back to form with Yamaha,)Superbikes are just so much funner to watch. Sad days ahead for Moto GP....

Benito - Unregistered

August 19, 2012 9:36 PM

Dont know, but something it's clearly wrong with motogp. Stoner leaving, Ben bad luck week after week, Valle lapping with nonsense 2sec slower per lap. 3 factories, actually 2, ducati in my opinion is a big joke! Crt's! If Casey won't leave it will be something, but without him next year will be boring even vale on Yamaha, truly, this sport lose more year after year. For me it's disappointment.

Bren - Unregistered

August 19, 2012 9:40 PM

If Rossi isn't trying and I hope for him he isn't otherwise that was embarrassing, then Ducati should put him in gardening leave until end of December. Remember Alex Hoffman??

RocketR1

August 19, 2012 9:40 PM

I thought Stoner rode pretty good for the smash he took yesterday,pretty easy as veiwers to sit in our chairs and call him a drama queen..And if I was a Rossi fan well....I'd just say nothing at all.

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