MotoGP » Mugello: Lorenzo heads Yamaha Friday lock-out


Yamaha dominates the start of the Italian Grand Prix at Mugello, with reigning champion Jorge Lorenzo fastest of them all.

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hrc2627 - Unregistered

May 31, 2013 11:21 PM

Seen this before dont get too excited Pedrobot has learnt alot from having Stoner as a team mate for two years and will be on fire come race day he seems to be the most complete rider at the moment and his rivals may just fall all around him.

123-u-b-nobody - Unregistered

May 31, 2013 11:59 PM

"Where's the fourth Yamaha?"

The "rookie" rider Bradley Smith, who has more guts in his skinned finger than you will have in your entire life, crashed and had to sit out the rest of practice. He will be on track again tomorrow so you can sit in your chair, farting and scratching yourself with your doughnuts and judge him again. I have no doubt he will be awaiting your expert judgement.

lets go fishing - Unregistered

June 01, 2013 12:43 AM

@ whiner
Jorge is just being realistic
his time of 1m 48.375s will not be enough for pole ora winning race pace, unless it rains lol...

Pedrosa ran a 1m 47.705s - last years race pace
Jorge knows they need to kick it up a notch b/c the Honds foresure will... I expect q2 times to be low 47's or high 46's

hes focused and will do well... as its already looking to be a good race, but still more to come...

Codger

June 01, 2013 8:41 AM

Usual thing, Rossi can't get the best out of supersoft 'Quallifiers', Jorge can. Jorge front row, Rossi 2nd row. Rossi might even try to qualify on 'race' tyres. They all should, using special tyres for qualifying is artificial to say the least.
Having said all that Dani will probably pole anyway, so both Yamahas will be on the back foot.

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