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Our best MotoGP slide shots of 2012

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dinofrog - Unregistered

December 19, 2012 12:15 PM

Some great pics, some scary pics.look at stoners pic, there's no other dark lines on the kerb.check out pedrosas pic and there looks like 2darkies running from the kerb onto the grass. depuniet will do anything to gain 2 tenths. :-p

Busa Boy - Unregistered

December 19, 2012 2:08 PM

You have to hand it to Stoner,the guy can slide!
Just look at the angle he has that bike.It is pointing 6 feet onto the grass but is actually going around the kirb!
This is one thing i will surely miss now he has retired.Awesome stuff.

amakusa

December 19, 2012 2:33 PM

Dave is right, McCoy slides more, he seems to slide all over the place. But then he wasted too much time sliding around, same like Hayden (in my opinion). Stoner and Rossi slid effectively, Stoner had the edge as he was able to slide but go faster at the same time. Rossi of course had his own talents too, just like everyone has their own strengths. Anyone seen Hayden on a motard? He is sick on one of those.

number 46 - Unregistered

December 19, 2012 3:10 PM

every body slides going out the corner (., but casey slides in to the corner and then slides out of the corner unbelievable., the pic said it all the bike is turnd before the corner so he slide, directly to the idel line and whhhhaaam is out of the corner., to bad he retired

amakusa

December 19, 2012 3:39 PM
Last Edited 616 days ago

Hayden shows what number46 is talking about on youtube. Look for hayden on motard. Oh and look out for his endo and then turn, its awesome! Biaggi is in too.

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