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Which MotoGP riders made the biggest gains in 2012?

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SwissJudge

November 24, 2012 5:47 AM

Stoner missed 3 races....and still utterly dominated and owned Rossi. Hilarious.
Posted by Stoners awesome

Were you looking into the mirror when you typed that comment?

Stoner is also gone. Suck on that my friend.

lol

Ron - Unregistered

November 24, 2012 6:48 AM

RdP may have improved from Ducati ART switch, but alot of the grid had changed too (less protos). But its also hardly surprising given that RdP and Aleix were beating the sat Ducati's on track. Goes to show how much a good chassis matters

andrew2k

November 24, 2012 6:08 PM

In regards to suzuki coming back, rumours have it that they are they are testing a new chassis for a 2014 return.

In regards to who gained the most, I would say its Pedrosa and for the reason he have been far more competative this year than in previous. If anything, given the fact that Stoner is now in retirement I tip him as being a serious threat to Lorenzo in 2013.

Speaking of 2013,it should be interesting to see how the riders(and bikes) adapt the new venue being COTA. Overall good times for Motogp.

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