MotoGP » UPDATE: Sepang MotoGP stopped, result confirmed

MotoGP race stopped - Dani Pedrosa now confirmed as winner.

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Me - Unregistered

October 21, 2012 11:39 AM

And if they did not stop the race and a rider was injured of worse we would have the same idiots on here complaining why did the not race not be stopped.

Tis track floods when it rains if the race would have run a couple more laps we would have had some big crashes remember the leader find the puddles first.

professor-x - Unregistered

October 21, 2012 11:51 AM

excellent point Coyote, its pretty clear Jorge and co screwed the strategy, just a shame he got away with it, Jorge is probably a great guy when hes away from the media and the track, but I cant say I am really respecting his race craft, hes been spoiled like the kid @ Repsol, when you sit pretty for too long, you lose it, and right now Dani has it, and Jorge does not.

rabcati - Unregistered

October 21, 2012 12:04 PM

Cant believe the amount of people who think they should have kept riding in what was becoming monsoon conditions. Did you not see Spies, Crutchlow, Dovi, De Puniet, Bradl etc etc fall off before the weather got even worse? And the race went back a lap anyway so even if Lorenzo had ditched it he would still have been 2nd.


October 21, 2012 12:18 PM
Last Edited 1292 days ago

Of course they did Wyliecoyote.

As only Crutchlow, Lorenzo and Depuniet lost the front under braking, Depuniet probably lost concentration again watching Crutchlow.

Some of you need to pay the subscription or watch BBCi and watch the race again.

stevekiwiinuk - Unregistered

October 21, 2012 1:20 PM

The ideal criteria for World Champion is the best rider on the same bike...a much lighter rider on easily the best bike might justify the manufacturers title but nothing more!! Lorenzo is easily the better rider who is having to ride defensively on inferior machinery and thoroughly deserves the title....

professor-x - Unregistered

October 21, 2012 1:51 PM

Nope, Lorenzo panicked out of this race, hes not the better rider right now, Dani is eating him alive, and there is nothing Jorge can do because Jorge lacks a key ingredient called faith. The faith in yourself to get the job done, he does not have this because hes been gifted the first half of the season along with the first two years of his career in the top class. Being on the best bike does not make you a better rider, just ask Casey Stoner, who is arguably the best rider who earned his pace on one of the worst engineered bikes in GPs.

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