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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Jimmy - Unregistered

August 19, 2012 9:41 PM

Rossi 105. 6.17 per year for 17 years
Stoner 43 3.58 per year for 12 years.

Rossi 176. 10.35 per year for 17 years.
Stoner 85 7.08 per year for 12 years.

Rossi 59. 3.47 per year in 17 years
Stoner 42. 3.5 per year in 12 years.

Rossi 87. 5.11 per year for 17 years.
Stoner 32. 2.66 per year for 12 years.

Rossi 9 in 17 years. 52.9% Winning Percentage
Stoner 2 in 12 years. 16.6% Winning Percentage

Suzuki - Unregistered

August 19, 2012 9:47 PM

Kudos to Pedrosa he diserved the win and I hope he can focused and stay strong for the c'ship...He's always been the underdog now it's his shining hour...The attitude that both J'lo and "Stone head"have been having is not called for. Ped. Is modest honest and a good racer...that's who I'm supporting...if he takes the prize all the bull crap will stop and let the c'ship standings do it all

As for Stoner I really feel his statements about Rossi were dirtespectfull regarding his time at Ducati especially standing at the exit door not being able to follow up next year.

As for Lorenzo, he has gotten a bit arrogant and need to bring his nose down a notch.

With all of their talk neither one has challenged Rossi's record breaking career.


JLo - Unregistered

August 19, 2012 9:47 PM

Did you guys see JLo get frustrated lapping that american crt? The thing that came into my mind was if that was Stoner he would have probably punched him. Kind of like he did to Randy at le mans. Any how I enjoyed watching all three classes this weekend. Moto3 was the best for me...

CalBear13 - Unregistered

August 19, 2012 9:51 PM

Something's wrong when I see Spies' engine blow and it does not surprise me any longer. I expect him to have a mechanical failure like I'd expect a 2 stroke on the Isle of Man in the 1960s to have one. It's amazing just how mum he's been through all of this when I'm sure he can't wait to spill the beans. Because his leaving causing a spot to open up followed by Rossi very soon after moving back to Yamaha just seems a bit too cookie cutter perfect for Rossi to not have a load of crap steaming behind the scenes. Ben, take a page from your compatriot, King Kenny, and tell a factory where they can stick it.

Dont Mess With Texas - Unregistered

August 19, 2012 9:53 PM

Ben Spies is leaving Moto GP at the end of the year "for a litany of reasons".
“ Sick of it”!
Moto GP Politics.
Broken Swingarm,
Broken Helmet visor
Rear tire coming apart in huge chunks
Food Poisoning
I am sure he is so glad there are only 7 races left

CEO Stoner - Unregistered

August 19, 2012 9:57 PM

Jimmy, you really shouldn't do this to yourself. Post up the Rossi v Stoner stats since they've gone head to head. Stoner has totally dominated and owned Rossi. And he's done it on the bike that Rossi's now "developed" into a laughing stock.

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