MotoGP » Mugello: Lorenzo aims to 'recover points'

'We need to cut away the gap to the front but anyway, the championship is long so we have to be calm' - Jorge Lorenzo

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May 28, 2013 4:21 PM

I really don't believe some stuffs I read on here. Always get your facts right before you post , in other words think before you talk.

Hey,I also think colin, pedrosa and rossi copied marqs' riding style too. Bcos I can see they lean well and drag elbows.(Sarcasm)

Checkitout and co. Will you kindly take your pampers, baby bottles and go cry on mama's laps.

Grame - Unregistered

May 28, 2013 5:45 PM

HRC gonna spank the tuning fork company once again. Yamaha are dearly paying for their weaker engine now that HRC have sorted their bikes.

It is not Lorenzo or Crutchlow's fault. Their bike is not as good as Honda. Deal with it.

laughable - Unregistered

May 28, 2013 7:38 PM

prof-x said
""Bridgestone have built a tire for Marquez.... "

where do you come up with this nonsence??? do you work for the ordering departmentment of bridestone? I mean really! you just make chit up for god knows what reason, where is your proff? Oh thats right you dont have any.... whats next Helium in is custom tires instead of air...

well dudes, prof-x (previously pcxmax or whatever) is one of those people who live in their own conspiracy theorists' world...and no matter what, they always believe they are absolutely right and their thoughts never change...last season according to him, bridgestone made tires for lorenzo, thus he won...according to him, pedrosa has "always" been far better than lorenzo...according to him, bridgestone have been making tires to suit the yamahas since 2008...and what not.

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