MotoGP » Lorenzo wins Misano, Rossi second, Pedrosa misery

Jorge Lorenzo wins the San Marino MotoGP at Misano, Valentino Rossi second for Ducati – Alvaro Bautista takes first podium after photo finish.

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brianles Blint - Unregistered

September 16, 2012 4:38 PM

@F**k Moto6P

U,rossi's fan,are a never tired bra!n but only throwymouth.
Casey never led the standing this season.I tell u,moron,He was leading untill he declared his retirement.So fishy irony,isn't it?!
I can say u never watch Motogp race-jus PS bratt!

Ivor Bueb - Unregistered

September 16, 2012 4:41 PM

@ the dancing enanu "Pedrosa's "pass" on Hector looked like an insurance scam in action"

Did you watch the race? Pedrosa got a better corner exit and passed him cleanly before they were halfway down the straight. Barbera missed his braking point for the next corner. How is that Pedrosa's fault?


September 16, 2012 4:41 PM

Someone needs to set up a web site That way all those who love the ifs, ands and buts could go there and re-run the races with everyone healthy, no crashes, no dnfs and perfect weather. Heck they could even throw Doohan and Agostini into the mix. It seems that far too many "race" fans can't accept that stuff happens and that its part of racing. All riders/teams have their good days and their bad days. Part of the attraction of racing is the unpredictability of it. Trying accepting the outcome just the way it is. You might be surprised how enjoyable you'd find it.


September 16, 2012 4:45 PM

Part of the attraction of racing is the unpredictability of it. Trying accepting the outcome just the way it is. You might be surprised how enjoyable you'd find it.
Posted by Banditfan

Yep. Having irrational loyalties and hatred towards cirtain riders ruins a lot of the fun.

But it is ok to hate one rider. And who is this rider?

Let me see. Not Lorenzo Not Rossi Not Pedrosa hmmm...

Sam - Unregistered

September 16, 2012 4:47 PM

@ billox

In fact Rossi will get all the credit he deserves. He spent 2 difficult years at Ducati trying to improve the bike and they're nearly there. Anyone not acknowledging that is just a pure dumb.

and for 2013, it's going to be Dovi not Hayden, he'll relegate to satellite Ducati by 2014 to give his place to Iannone.


September 16, 2012 4:54 PM

Yes @sam.

Bear in mind though that NO one person fully understands a motoGP bike. And when King VW decided that Ducati remains as Ducati Rossi then decided to leave. No racing division like Yamaha and Honda then no resources to fight consistantly for the win. I like Ducati the way it is too.

Some time in the future Ducati will make another rocket ship...

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