MotoGP » Pedrosa wins Brno showdown, Crutchlow podium

Dani Pedrosa wins the Czech Republic MotoGP at Brno with a last turn pass on Jorge Lorenzo, Cal Crutchlow claims first podium.

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August 26, 2012 3:29 PM


No need to laught m8 its esay to explain.. Pedrosa had problems on the qualify thats why he dont beat Lorenzo time.. Also one race its diferent then one qualify diferent tyres etc.. Lorenzo can be focus on the qualify and can make a better lap because is only focus on that.. On one race when he had to fight you dont have free lines you have to wach what the other rider is doing sometimes you have to play is game.. The realaty is that if we put the yamaha versus the Honda exiting one corner the Honda had one engine more faster then the yamaha.. if we put the bikes to make quarter mile the Honda is faster then the Yamaha.. ut no doubt Pedrosa have to fight Hard and he was excelent today..

MV - Unregistered

August 26, 2012 3:35 PM

superb race!!!!
the 250 cc pedrosa is back with more ferocity!
all it needs is good luck (injury-free) and someone named casey stoner to push it out. i'd bet that from now on stoner (if he comes back) will only allowed to win in the philip island :p
shame stoner already out of tittle contention and will be retiring. otherwise, these three (stoner, lorenzo and pedrosa) will go down as one of the best rivalry in motogp and the best for me since rayney-schwantz-doohan rivalry.
hope dani win the championship, he deserved it after all the misfortune.
but above all, i hope this year championship will go all the way 'till last race.

billace - Unregistered

August 26, 2012 3:43 PM

When they showed the super slow-mo in turn 9 you would almost think that was the #1 Repsol bike. Dani was takinga tighter line, standing the bike up faster than Jorge and firing out of the corners. he is clearly riding better.

Jorge was batter on the brakes and smoother through the corners. I have to wonder if the lost motor is going to have an effect on the end of Jorge's season.

Great racing by the best on the grid.


August 26, 2012 3:47 PM

Brilliant race and Dani has just answered a question that I had, could he fight for a race win on the last lap? YEP, HE SURE CAN! Well done Dani, I hope he wins the championship this year after his bad injury luck over the last few years.

Cal was great today, well done to him.

What else could Rossi do? He was with Dovi for the first few laps so he was pushing, either that smoke was a small engine problem or as usual that Ducati chewed the softer tyres quicker that the Honda's and Yamaha's.

Sam - Unregistered

August 26, 2012 3:51 PM

First of all congrats to Dani for winning despite he's poor braking.

Now after watching Lorenzo vs Pedrosa battle I am more than certain that Rossi will destroy Lorenzo and whoever out there. Dani gave Jorge really hard times today. Jorge stayed in front of Dani for most of the race only and only due to Dani's poor braking ability. Every time Dani closed the gap he lost it to his poor breaking, for some reason he brakes so early. again congrats to Dani for his awesome win. I really want to see him win the title because he simply deserves it, at least he has more wins than plastic riders.

Go Dani gooo.


August 26, 2012 3:57 PM
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It's a bit reminiscent to the Doohan - Criville situation of 1999. The Australian gets injured and then the Spaniard ups his game, to get a full replica of that year you would have to have Pedrosa win the championship and Stoner never coming back.

@billce do you not know anything? I'm sure he was pushing quite hard to stay with Dovi, he's a racer and when he's right behind someone don't you think he (and every racer) would try their hardest to stay with them?

Great last lap... LOVED IT!

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