MotoGP » Le Mans: Marquez pole as Pedrosa falls


Marc Marquez takes pole position for the French MotoGP at Le Mans.

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Dean - Unregistered

May 18, 2013 2:32 PM

Rossi should buy a ride on moto3 like he bought his motogp yamaha ride. Maybe then he can win races and win his 10th title but then again Vinales might eat him alive

FZ1 - Unregistered

May 18, 2013 2:38 PM

What the hell is wrong with you Rossi bashers. Seriously, go buy a bike and spend your time at least TRYING to do something that even remotely resembles something that can give you the sense to form an opinion of what these guys do (track day)

If Rossi does well we don't hear from you. If he does poorly you're like a bunch of school girls rushing into a little group and excitedly talking about something that just happened in the school yard or the prom. I watched qualifying and it's like you little princesses are peeing your pants waiting for Crash.net to post the qualifying results so you can slag Rossi.

GET A FRICKEN' LIFE! I think Mike Myers described you twits best...."Put a bra on ya wee girl!!!"

Rico - Unregistered

May 18, 2013 2:42 PM

@motomanner


"Great pole by Marquez, shows his and Honda's true potential. Terrific job by Jorge also, but Yamaha need to find that extra 10 bhp if they want the title. Crutchlow again demonstrating why he should be on the second factory Yamaha, not some has been."

In a Spanish interview Ramon Forcada stated Yamaha turned the power down to take advantage of Lorenzo's fast corner style and the chassis' virtues which otherwise would be impossible with the power turned up to the max due to screwing the corners and pissing off the chassis in entrance and exit. They need a seamless. Lorenzo is doing a lot with what he has. Forcada also said the M1 trans is not exactly a POS because it is durable and exclusive but Yamaha understands Honda has a 2 year advantage in development. They don't want to risk the championship testing an unproven trans.

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