MotoGP » Lorenzo makes fast start on day two at Sepang

Reigning champion Jorge Lorenzo takes early command during day two of the Sepang test, the first track action of 2013.

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OZ Mick - Unregistered

February 06, 2013 3:44 AM

"Good progress from most, Rossi hasn't got going yet, probably wont stop fraud46 from posting their usual drivel."

Posted by 46Kevin

The only fraud we all know is Casey Stoner. The fastest, only rider who could ride the Ducati, inventor of power slides, better than all the greats, ONLY 2 CHAMPIONSHIPS??? Surely a rider with all the superior traits mentioned by his fans should have won 13 championships in thirteen years! The fastest with only 2 championships??? Give me a break! On the other hand, Rossi have NINE (9) championships and counting. A superior feat considering he is a Fraud with zero skills. Who's the Fraud again?

Westminister - Unregistered

February 06, 2013 4:02 AM

Good to see all the riders back on track - both the old and the new.
Hope testing continues with dry weather conditions.

Appears the Spanish national anthem will be the favored tune at all Moto GP races this year.
If Jorge Lorenzo can't beat you, then Dani or Marquez will!

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