MotoGP » Pedrosa title bid gathers momentum with Indy win

Repsol Honda's Dani Pedrosa gives his MotoGP title hopes a significant boost with a convincing second victory of the season at Indianapolis.

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Wrx - Unregistered

August 20, 2012 9:43 AM

Great danny, go for wc title 2012, dont ever engage in bad mouthing against ur co-fellow riders and pretending like guru that ducati must be ride with pride and dont race for wins only but title

docc - Unregistered

August 20, 2012 11:09 AM

Never liked his personality. Have always cheered anyone racing against him. But gotta respect a guy who sees shattered bones as a minor inconvenience! If he does pull it off, it will be richly deserved, just don't go breaking any more bones!

Pos - Unregistered

August 20, 2012 1:42 PM

Come be consistent
look at @ "Stoner Quitter "why it this not a baiting comment

Would it have something to do with your Bias as and ANTI STONER web site.

Perhaps we Non Rossi Fans, should start contacting your advertising customers in stead of the ranking the site visitation numbers.

M1M - Unregistered

August 20, 2012 1:50 PM

"He cant afford to finish second too often, then again he won't want to crash....."

He can't afford to lose another engine for any reason either. I wonder if Spies's bike had a bit faster engine for Indianapolis and/or raised rev limit to test? It was reportedly just introduced into the rotation. Yamaha would've liked him to do well at his home race(s) and take points off their Honda rivals, whatever the 'truthers' say. The engines are prepped at home in Japan. That's partly why they introduced the 6 engine rule, as the costs of flying them home and back for endoscopic checks are significant. They're sealed, so while it's theoretically still possible for Spies's crew to have had a role in the failure, it's extremely unlikely. Yamaha will be seriously worried about their quality control and stress limits after both the linkage failure and this, especially as Lorenzo has already lost an engine. It was most probably just bad luck that the failures happened to Spies and not Lorenzo so he

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