MotoGP » Mugello: Lorenzo on form in warm-up

Jorge Lorenzo fastest during warm-up for the Italian MotoGP at Mugello, big fall for injured Bradley Smith.

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sam - Unregistered

June 02, 2013 9:30 AM

V Rossi v Rossi v rossiiii... wen he pulled down pedrosa actually saw the shine.....Lorenzo looks strong but dovi really and fine looks jlo Danny n Rossi 46 flags will be like an 8the wonder in the world today


June 02, 2013 9:46 AM

That was a big one from Smith. Highsided then thumped in the back by his own front wheel. Looked like another cold tyre crash in the same corner as before. He's going to find it tough going this afternoon.


June 02, 2013 10:50 AM

It's interesting that the guys that put in one fast lap are now behind Rossi. Why do those that enjoy the current Qually format think that is? Is it the fact that the track temperature is cooler?

jambop - Unregistered

June 02, 2013 10:56 AM

In every race to date Vale has improved his qualifying pace in the race! I don't think anybody else has done this, certainly out of the fast qualifiers. Could be a very interesting race today but to be honest JLo looks to have the pace.

hrc2627 - Unregistered

June 02, 2013 11:47 AM

Its only warm up the track conditions will be different in the afternoon hot temperatures and/or rain seems to be suiting the hondas with the current tires which will be the biggest factor given the current level of the top guys.

Pedrobot race win today. Queit and confident lethal combination.


June 02, 2013 12:05 PM

@ jambop.......Lorenzo looks to be able to reel off 1.47secs all day. I'll be surprised if he doesn't win easily.
Rossi loses .3secs in sector 4, he needs to put that right.
Pedro is a puzzle, and Marquez may tire early. Cal....I hope he stays on. Dovi top Ducati, if his injuries let him.
Enjoy the race guys.

The Times - Unregistered

June 02, 2013 12:48 PM

Local Hero lets crowd down

Valentino Rossi returning to Yamaha this season continues to live up the media status of GOAT by once again failing to show any sign on the track that he is the greatest.

When asked why or what is causing such disappointment with his perform, the Italian referred to Rossipedia for the latest in advance excuses and managed, returning 80 secs later with "they don't respect me"

Yamaha race management hung their heads in shame and cried "we needed the money, we needed the money and he rides for nothing" which confirmed the long held belief that " you get what you pay for"

The race to be run today s set to be another Rossi disappointment

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