MotoGP » Slick CRTs top stormy afternoon session


Ivan Silva fastest during Friday practice (2) for the Malaysian MotoGP at Sepang.

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Codger

October 19, 2012 9:59 AM

@ David Martin....Too true, and at least fan or non-fan alike can make their own opinions on that.
To laugh at any rider for coming 6th when he's in the pits while other riders are out on slicks on a drying track is 'trolling' in my view.
All that needed to be said was that it is possible that Rossi would have been top of the sheets if he had put slicks on, or 14th if the other 8 riders had got off their respective bums. Both comments would be conjecture anyway.

No disrespect to Casey for not going out (resting his ankle?) or Jorge (saving his engines?)

mrfill

October 19, 2012 10:55 AM

Who'd have thought they'd have rain in Malaysia at this time of year (right in the middle of the rainy season)?...

You can set your clock out there by the rain, which means the Moto2 riders will need to carry umbrellas on Sunday. Should be dry by the time MGP starts.

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