MotoGP » Aragon MotoGP test times - Tuesday

MotoGP lap times after day one of a two-day private test session at Aragon, Spain.

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September 04, 2012 7:02 PM

re: "A private two-day MotoGP test session is being held at Motorland Aragon"

re: "Ducati has chosen to test in private at Mugello."

checa, pay close attention to these headlines. when you see the words "private" and "two-day" being used in the same sentence with your name and the name "panigale"...? that's when you know you've done a proper eval of the 1199.

MoToGp - Unregistered

September 04, 2012 7:17 PM

I hope Lorenzo wins the championship, but hell dani transformed from a guy that could win in to a guy that wins.
And he's realy fast. And im a Jorge fan(next year Rossi fan again to) but damn i realy think Yamaha and Jorge need to up theire pace cos it wont be a walk in the park for yamaha and jorge. now casey is gone i think the new dani would even beat him easely.

i must say he is not the dani i know.
He smels real....... real blood in 2012

conrod - Unregistered

September 04, 2012 7:18 PM

Jonathan Rea is doing very well given the lack of
time on the bike.
The other guys have been riding there machines all season.You cannot past judgement on him until he has had a resonable time on the bike, but, so far so good.

mrthundersaki - Unregistered

September 04, 2012 7:23 PM

I'm immediately 'fast' on a scooter. but the guy who isn't immediately 'fast' on my 600 isn't necessarily a slower rider :-) Think how much quicker you are on your new bike after 3000 miles as opposed to 160-odd on the first day...........

pcxmac - Unregistered

September 04, 2012 7:27 PM

Rea needs to make sure hes got good race pace too, Bradl has good HRC support with lots of time on the tires, if Rea beats Bradl that would say a lot. Would be nice to see Rea get that gap up to the front to 1.5 seconds, by the end of this test.

sokudo - Unregistered

September 04, 2012 7:34 PM

Wow is all I can say about that. I know it's testing but it's another psychological blow to Yamaha. Pedrosa has momentum in spades and he's making the absolute most of it.

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