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Rookie performances after their first day at an official MotoGP test.

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Poddy - Unregistered

November 16, 2012 11:36 AM

Forget the haters, history can't be rewritten no matter how the haters want to twist it.
This is why those in the know selected him to be a legend.
And by the way, has anyone else got these results on a non factory bike?
No more Casey means a big hole to fill by someone but the race will go on

dacron

November 16, 2012 11:41 AM

@porcupine.
your still whining my matey!!
stoner retired at the right time , jlo says he will race 2 more years then probably retire.
they are different people to vale , they are smart enough to know there is more to life than just one thing and get out and live some while still young enough.
vale on the other hand is addicted to his status and will sadly most probably wait until there are no more rides being offered .

Vilas

November 16, 2012 11:41 AM
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Hemmy and Nick 636

Hemmy im only saying that this tests are diferente situacions.. i allready read who did the best time Vs Stoner im 2005 and was one time that Hayden did if you go wach what he say about the test you will understand that he didnt puch to hard, Stoner is very good one legend now i dont whant to upset the fans because is true is a fast racer..

I admired your comment Nick636 because you dont seam the person that talck about true racer for the rider that try so hard until crash waasting some races that is important to colect points and play cool even if the rider understand that have to play in smaller places like one 3 place or 4 place or even worst.. my exemple for you is Tom sykies that did one amyzing job with the Kawa in 2012 and allways try to never loss is mind and make mistakes and that was what take him until magny cour for the fight for the title, for me this is a Great rider that did the best he could with that bike.. is not the Win or Bin Style its racing wi

johnny - Unregistered

November 16, 2012 11:43 AM

Whats really interesting in that is Marco Simoncelli being so far down the list. Makes me appreciate how far he came from the initial outing to the Sepang finale, and rue what ifs maybe a little...Also, you can appreciate that some are born fast, others have to adapt and learn it. I remember Rossi's first outing on a stroker, Stoner's first outing on the Honda and thought the same as I do about MM, we are watching something special here. Thats not to say that Lorenzo and Pedro were not, just that there was ''something'' about the other 3 that made you take notice...

Nick636

November 16, 2012 11:45 AM

Thanks Vilas

I know we generally see eye to eye about Tom.

@ Porcupine

He quit because the series he worked his ENTIRE life to get to, that his family sacrificed everything for for him to do, has turned into a joke. Pure and simple. Dorna has ruined it. It is long gone from it's glory days. So why stay if you don't like doing it and can afford to leave? HELL, I WISH I COULD DO THAT!!!

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