MotoGP » Jonathan Rea one-second off Lorenzo's pole time

'In general I'm really happy with the bike and with the set up so hopefully tomorrow I can be closer to the front guys than I was in Misano' - Jonathan Rea

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September 29, 2012 7:09 PM

He's only 2 tenths off dovi and he's been on the podium a fair few times this year so I say well played. Trying to do something your head is telling you is a crazy idea like braking later is hard to get round. If he had more time on it you would see him with cal and dovi


September 29, 2012 7:15 PM
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I think you are beeing to hard!! Its clear that is just trying to make a clean worck without crashes and without saying EY Loock at me How Super i am.. If you have ach CAL 2011 sesson all bet you would not bealive how he had today the weather was dangerous some rider crash , if he had cach better time maybe he could had been close.. Still i think for my view was very good

mmmmmm - Unregistered

September 29, 2012 8:05 PM

MOI you'd bin it first corner so stop being a complete D###. very impressive from Johnny shame he didn't have the rest of the season as I'm sure he'd be there or there abouts but glad stoner is back soon.


September 29, 2012 8:21 PM

MOI, you are forgetting one major point, he is on a borrowed bike and doesn't want to hand it back in pieces, that would be worth at least a second, if the HRC mob told him to push to the limits with no hard feelings, then he would be quicker, simple as that.

tomcol - Unregistered

September 29, 2012 8:26 PM

MOI think yu will find that Toseland qualified second and finished 6th. Also Rea is a far more rounded rider than Crutchlow will ever be. He hasnt been super quick but he hasnt crashed and is closing in race by race. Crutchlow has been doing it 2 seasons and although quick enough, doesnt have anything to show for it.

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