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MotoGP World Championship standings after round 17 at Phillip Island.

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Roadrunner - Unregistered

October 28, 2012 8:32 AM

Not very likely, I daresay.

Rossi's strategy of finishing among the slowest non-CRT bikes and collecting points has proven to be pretty successful this season with just so few of them on the grid. Why risk anything for let's say 10 points, if you can 8 points for just cruising around? That's why he is in front of him at the moment.

If Crutch doesn't get on the podium, Rossi will have it very easy. He will only need an 8th place - at most.

redbull - Unregistered

October 28, 2012 10:31 AM

the only wat Motogp will be exciting again is if every rider is on equal machinery, not 3 levels of bikes.
prototype, satelite and CRT, whats the point, CRT riders will always finish 8th and lower, satelite will always be 3rd to 8th, prototype will always be 1st and 2nd.

so many talanetd riders , how are they supposed to get a chance to shine.

George - Unregistered

October 28, 2012 3:03 PM

Its a joke to say that Rossi is lucky to be ahead of Cal in the standings comparing the machinery both are on.

It will be an embarassment if Cal doesnt beat Rossi in the championship.

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