MotoGP » UPDATE: Sepang MotoGP stopped, result confirmed

MotoGP race stopped - Dani Pedrosa now confirmed as winner.

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October 21, 2012 10:49 AM

to be fare i think it was not only too wet but too dark as well.
jlo used a soft tire and it was burned out , it was very clear casey on a harder tire was going to get him as casey was pushing very hard once he got his mojo working and jlo was almost certain to crash before the last lap got anywhere near him.
he was defiantly trying to save his hide by trying to stop the race , and stop it did right as casey was going to pass.
the bottom line is it was too dark and wet and with riders falling left and right it was safer to say enough , even if the timing of it did save jlo.


October 21, 2012 10:50 AM

CASEY AND HAYDEN.. LUCKY Bastards.. Rossi wsa coming and he would get that guys.. One mistake made by him give Casey the Podium.. If the race had continued had Rossi could had won at least the 3 place..



October 21, 2012 10:54 AM
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Thats Dorna helping Lorenzo and you fags talck about rossi.. the only guy that can decided if the race stop is the World Champion, only Casey could have wave is hand at least him my view.. but Casey was caching Jorge he whanted to continued 4sure.. this time Jorge was lucky

Pedrosa didnt wave because he had the tyres, Jorge Oh My God aim lossing tyres what ive Done thats way he wave...


October 21, 2012 11:00 AM

Vilas are you sure it wasn't because the FIM thought that Rossi might catch them all and win?

Why don't some of you join twitter and add people like Ian Wheeler who is actually there standing in pit lane? They were also showing picture on the Motogp where you could not even see the corner from pit lane, nor the safety car as it went out.

Disgrace - Unregistered

October 21, 2012 11:02 AM

If the race wasn't stopped, Lorenzo would have crashed out or he'd have to slow down so much that he would have been passed by Hayden and Rossi who had made the CORRECT TYRE CHOICE!

Casey got out at the right time IMO. Hopefully Rossi might think twice about going to Yamaha and getting the Spies treatment...

teacherDave - Unregistered

October 21, 2012 11:03 AM

Yes, but the outcome would have been similar. I don't think the front runners of Moto2 would have clawed their way back up to the front with the remaining laps, but I DO think CS would have passed JLO and quite possibly my 'fave' ( VR46 )may have moved up another place. I just meant with the conditions "let it ride", there had already been lots of DNF's -why stop it now !


October 21, 2012 11:05 AM


they where taking more less 2 and 15 secunds for lap.. with 5 laps to go if they had contued only on the final lap would be dangerous.. We wait a lot until they decied somethingh and on that time condicons get worst but then when they go on the podium allready was with good view.. they could have done the full race.. They stop because Lorenzo and he was dangerous because he loss the grip thats Dangerous.. but guys like Pedrosa Casey Rossi had tyres to make the full race distance

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