MotoGP » Aragon switch backfires for Yamaha


Bad weather at Aragon means lost time for Jorge Lorenzo, Valentino Rossi and Yamaha

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curious fan - Unregistered

November 14, 2012 6:10 PM

Hopefully we get to see them out there with hondas before xmas, and on a dry track. I just have to think the person who won more races than other rider from 2006-2010, including stoner, can at the very least be competitive and partner with lorenzo to return the manufacturers title to yamaha. This would be a very psitive result for yamaha and should be the goal before worrying about a 10th title for rossi.

JapLance

November 14, 2012 8:50 PM
Last Edited 615 days ago

"...around the WSBK Aragon layout, which used a tighter final turn than the MotoGP configuration."

They're obviously looking for solutions to the exit from slow corners, which is the worst point of the M1 against the RC213V.

Zipp - Unregistered

November 15, 2012 1:02 AM

I just hope the person who won more races in 2004 than any of the other riders on the grid can come back strong and show why he really is the GOAT and all the other pretenders are so 2nd rate. One day no one will remember Stoner, if they do it will be because he couldn't develop a bike and was actually only fast on a fast bike. Lorenzo will be remembered for trying to copy VR - why do you think he went to Yamaha? And Pedrosa will only be rememberd for being tiny. Long live the King! Vale Vale Vale will be the roar at every MotoGP for ever.

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