MotoGP » Austin MotoGP: Pedrosa boost in close Texas warm-up


Dani Pedrosa fastest during warm-up for the inaugural Circuit of the Americas MotoGP at Austin, Texas.

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jambop - Unregistered

April 21, 2013 4:26 PM

Goingto be an interesting race! Rossi has a very useful race pace he knocked out 6 mid to low 2m5s laps on the trot. I don't know if he will ge a podium but if he can make a good start and not repeat the mistakesof quatar then he has a chance of having a very good race. From looking at the time sheets he was the only rider to go continuously faster from first full lap to last, I'm impressed by that but its only testing the race starts when the lights go green folks!

Codger

April 21, 2013 4:26 PM

Marquez is over the hill. 4th on the best bike on the grid, he should give his bike to Bradl.
Crutchlow is right, his bike is rubbish.


I'm being sarcastic, showing how easy it is to find fault.

Student - Unregistered

April 21, 2013 4:33 PM

Thank you Codger. This internet thing prevents such subtleness shining through. Your example shows how neccessary it was. Thanks for the master class, we all owe you one.

Codger

April 21, 2013 4:46 PM

@fraud46....Especially for you :-

Marquez on a full Works bike, only just beats Bradl on a Sat bike, ought to retire.

Lorenzo, current World champ, can't even beat Cal who's on a slow Sat bike. ought to give his bike to Espargaro.

Sorry Crash.net. Bear with me on this. Let's give proper credit to all the riders whether they have a good day or a bad day.

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