MotoGP » Lorenzo, Pedrosa moving up in record books


Jorge Lorenzo moves above Mick Doohan for premier-class podium percentage, Dani Pedrosa on brink of top ten for all time grand prix wins.

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DB8

September 13, 2012 10:55 AM
Last Edited 665 days ago

Hello crash. You remove "baiting" comments, this looks like a "baiting" story. I think I'll go get some popcorn.

Some very interesting numbers though. I'm surprised Dani is so high up the wins tally though as I think of him more as a consistent podium taker, not race winner. I suppose, he's been around a long long time now.

Dave - Unregistered

September 13, 2012 11:21 AM

Its interesting that facts which do not support certain views are considered baiting!!!

Well, people were burnt at the stake for stating the world was round I suppose.

King Kenny - Unregistered

September 13, 2012 11:37 AM

Rossi's time at Ducati has really damaged his statistics.

That really was a bad choice for both parties: Rossi should have never left Yamaha and Ducati should have never hired Rossi. Well, they've learned their lesson the hard way. Things look brighter for both in 2013: Rossi on a great bike and Ducati with 4 factory bikes and a very solid rider line-up (I'm being generous and giving Spies the benefit of the doubt.)

? - Unregistered

September 13, 2012 12:34 PM

good evening.
Let me guess, your a Stoner supporter right?
Titles are not important to his fans, only race victories.
Poor simpletons.

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