MotoGP » Lucky escape for Lorenzo


“In the last lap I almost crashed. I have been very, very lucky because one '0' here would mean the championship was much more difficult” – Jorge Lorenzo.

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Harryx - Unregistered

October 22, 2012 5:08 AM

The real chickens were the ones running with the safe hard tires.
Rhe biggest chicken of all was Stoner. holding up everyone in the beginning chickening out afraid to open up and break his legs. Then there was Dani chicken not opening up on cold hard tires. waiting until they were warm as his traction control worked overtime. He was probably afraid ti break his neck. Making it al a boring race as Lorenzo was able to run the fastest lap of the race then. Chicken with soft tires.

Jeez, all just chickens wanting ti stay alive under these conditions. Oh yeah right and Dorna want Lorenzo to win because they do not want the spanish sponsored spanish guy in second to win the championship. That is also clear to most of the experts on the forum.

Apoerently most here are used to riding a motorbike with aquaplanning ALL of them racing under these conditions are HEROs without exception.

WPranata26 - Unregistered

October 22, 2012 10:41 AM

Dear LL! How long are you for god's sake watching this sport? How old are you? Thirteen??? Do you know how long Pedrosa exists in MOTOGP????
Posted by Jiri Simek (16 hours ago)

How old are you Jiri Simek?
Had you ever seen Pedrosa raced injury free in the past?

Aussie Grit - Unregistered

October 22, 2012 11:12 AM
Last Edited 728 days ago

I am sure that Stoner would have caught Lorenzo within one lap. Nobody gave a signal except Lorenzo. I am a proud Stoner hater. But in this race I was rooting for Casey mainly because he was extremely fast for someone still injured and I wanted him to overtake Lorenzo because I want Dani to win this year's championship.

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