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Jorge Lorenzo wins 2012 MotoGP World Championship!

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DJ from TJ - Unregistered

October 28, 2012 6:43 AM

@Ghost
Sorry dude but I had to step in can straight up call you an ignorant hater. I like motoGP in general, but I support Lorenzo and Pedrosa, and let me tell you that Lorenzo is a well deserved champion, aside from a crash in practice, Lorenzo had not put a foot wrong all season. In the interview after the race, a eye watery Lorenzo said "nobody knows how hard it is, to compete with guys like Pedrosa and Stoner, and teams like Honda" I add to that by saying is even harder with an engine less and a bike that is been inferior the second half of the year. Crutchlow said yesterday "Jorge is making the bike look better than what it is" I watched every session this week, and let me tell you that Lorenzo was not holding back, he tried very hard to make sure he was faster than Pedrosa and he was if you look at the lap time from yesterday and this morning. Also look at the launch from the get go, and when Pedrosa fell it was Casey and Lorenzo right no his tail. Grow up, admire the sport a

Werds - Unregistered

October 28, 2012 6:44 AM

Well at least we no longer will have to hear the crying from pitlane post races anymore now that Casey has turn tail and run from the sport in his prime. As for the rest of the race, same old Pedro-Bot, an absolute failure when the pressure is high. Dani, you little clown, just change your number plate to 2, permanently. Congrats Jorge, you did fantastic again while keeping the bike upright for the most part and without suffering seriously debilitating injury. Its just beautiful to see you ride roughshod over Dani.

idavidgraficks - Unregistered

October 28, 2012 6:46 AM

Dani was trying to keep Stoner between him and Lorenzo (bad mistake). As I said earlier, his best chance was to let Stoner by (and his .75 faster pace ahead) and stay in front of Lorenzo and slow the pace. Both Crutchlow and Bradl had fast pace and would give Lorenzo trouble. Did Dani listen to me?-...........Nnooo. Dani tried to stay in front of Casey and hotted into Honda Corner...............Of course, my Moto GP guesser game went all to hell, but it could have happened. Congrats to Lorenzo and Casey.

Andre - Unregistered

October 28, 2012 6:53 AM

This ia my second comment on this posting..
If there's one thing that i feel sad about motogp next year, that one thing is the absence of Stoner on the grid. No matter what people say about him, to me he's one of the greatest. Motogp will be so different without him. I really hope he'll come back. Soon.

True Fan - Unregistered

October 28, 2012 6:56 AM

Plenty of good posts here, and predictably, a few legend-in-their-own-mind types criticising Pedrosa for having the guts and commitment to push a 250 bhp bike to the limit and unfortunately finding that limit, and (probably the same half wits) criticising Lorenzo for not trying to make a futile battle with Stoner.

Anyway, brilliant ride from Stoner to cap off an amazing performance over the weekend. And great disciplined ride to Lorenzo to keep his mind on the job and win another very well deserved championship.

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