MotoGP » Lorenzo starts fastest at Motegi, Stoner's RCV stops

Jorge Lorenzo fastest during Friday practice (1) for the Japanese MotoGP at Motegi, Casey Stoner's RCV stops moments after leaving the pits.

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Goddock - Unregistered

October 12, 2012 4:10 AM

4th fastest for Stoner not bad at all, considering he has to mind that still recovering ankle as well..
Wish him the best of luck, and a safe race to all the gp riders!

Tod - Unregistered

October 12, 2012 5:46 AM

And once again the "if stoner was on ducati" My crap starts again.

First session doesn't really mean much, Qp and the main race is what matters.

Tranquillity - Unregistered

October 12, 2012 7:13 AM

This is so Ironic, Rossi is slow and Casey is fast, Rossi admitted this quite a few times and he specifically said that Stoner rides better then him.

Whats up with all you losers constantly comparing Stoner with Valentino? This indicates that Rossi struck a senssitive nerve in the Stoner camp which also includes his fanbase.

Yeah you can brag about the Yellow underwear phrases but believe it or not we are proud with Rossi and what he accomplished, y'all stoner nobs are so focussed on hating Valentino, y'all actually forgetting Casey Stoner.

Laguna 2008 did it.

Worsethanoob - Unregistered

October 12, 2012 7:41 AM

Did any of you stoner fangirls realise ITS FIRST PRACTISE!!!!
Anyway,what does it matter,your grizzling little idol is fading out at the end of the season,chances are he's only back to finish the season so he can tell everyone how much his ankle hurts,how useless all the other riders are,who cut him up on track,etc,etc....yawn,stay home casey

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