MotoGP » Pedrosa smashes pole record, Crutchlow second


Dani Pedrosa takes pole position for the Catalunya MotoGP, Cal Crutchlow second.

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an4rew

June 15, 2013 6:24 PM

I think you can set the bike up to be the fastest, but when you have to adapt and consider other riders on the track it becomes harder.

Pedrosa and Stoner very good on a clear track not so good in traffic... they make mistakes.

Valentinokee46

June 15, 2013 6:36 PM

Doctor is doctor at any time irrespective of his age...And guys give me a break...fed of hearing the statement that cal deserves a factory ride...come on guys if he really deserves he worth it..Even if MARC rides tech3..He'll fight for a podium...its not about the bike...Its all about your attitude..Cal won't deserve a factory ride because of his POOR RACE PACE,CHEAP ATTITUDE and OVER CONFIDENCE..his expressions before any race is like he is the championship leader..and after the race he gets disappointed like he is a multiple champion and only in todays race he did not performed well .What about DOVI? 6 podiums last year if cal Deserves a factory ride..then DOVI deserves an HORSE RIDE..In every race he starts from 2nd row increases the expectation..then he lose 2 or 3 positions in the first corner and will be fighting for 5 th or 6 th position with the poor race pace guys..what is the purpose of 2nd row quailifying..He finished in podium in last 2 races because 2 front guys crashed

Valentinoshrihith

June 15, 2013 6:39 PM

Come on guys, enough is enough.
yesterday is not today, today is not tomo, tomo is not future........
we will decide tomo on race time....
on seeing his FP4 lap times he (rossi) did his best lap on hard compund so i hope he can fight for podium or higher than bcoz of so much experience he knows on such high temperature which is better (rear tyre) and how to perform....
46 always....

Jeremy

June 15, 2013 6:54 PM

Great to see Dani on form at this stage of the season.A win tomorrow would certainly give his championship challenge momentum, something he has lacked at this stage in previous seasons.Hopefully he can string a strong season together for that elusive first Motogp title.

lux

June 15, 2013 10:23 PM

@ ondablade

Come on man, let's stop the bashing.
"yawning gap between hype and reality"... What are you talking about, the "hype" was born out of record-breaking results AND because of a personality bigger than ever in this sport.

Now the results are not there anymore, but the personality yes and and that's part of it.

As there's no such thing as ondablade worker and ondablade personality -they are 2 faces of the same medal- so it is for Vale.

Sete

June 15, 2013 10:54 PM

Stunning pace by Dani, absolutely shattered Stoners lap record. He is riding like a world champion.

All the constant hype about Rossi on Dani's thread is sure getting very tiring. Let's face it guys, he hasn't won a race in 3 years, the return to Yamaha has been a huge disappointment for many who believed he would return back to his old form. He's over a second off the pace today. Yet it still goes on and on.... In my opinion he's lost his alien status and I don't see him getting it back any time soon. He's not a world championship contender anymore. Please give it a rest.

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