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Free practice (3) results from the German Moto3 Grand Prix at Sachsenring, round 8 of 17.

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Ab46

July 13, 2013 9:58 AM

say it now quick! out paced by a CRT! u ppl are so predictable..
but what the hell is alex riding? it not cal who deserve a factory bike..its alex..
good pace by doc..we see another win coming..

Balance

July 13, 2013 10:05 AM

Was a strange Fp3.. I hear that Pedrosa is ok but WTF is for we see that Nothingh is finish yet for any Top rider.. Crashes happen when we dont expect!! Today also the weather was not that good but i wach that Rossi improve is speed on the final sector and was where is was lossing more time yesterday, lets hope he can build one better lap now for qualify.. About Espargaro its vey good for him its great time very impressive but i wonder what Aprilia is testing on that bike, I like Alex is brave and have good spirit but i dont bealive he can be so supirior to other ART riders,, Is bike had more stuff 4sure

pcxmac

July 13, 2013 10:16 AM

Maybe it's the softer tire the CRTs are supposed to be getting. I am sure Dani loves his harder rear tire, but not as much as his teammate who rapes his rear tire in to the corners.

A shame people believe 1 tire is fair. Competition is fair, Monopolies and corruption are not conducive to fairness.

titfortat

July 13, 2013 10:55 AM

Looks to me Rossi is pacing himself and being consistent, he was just really smooth. Rossi has never been someone to want to pump in the fastest times on Friday/Saturday, he just wants to get the bike setup best for Sunday. You can go round there trying to push for fastest times all you like but it doesn't help the bike setup and it increases your chance of injury.

Since 2010 especially when Rossi had his first major injury (which just shows you how careful he's been) he has changed a lot, he seems to push a bit less and just ride within his comfort zone. We saw that at Ducati, he rode to what the Bike allowed him to, he never tried to push and push like Stoner. He was slower than Stoner, while some of that was down to Tech 3 becoming better than Ducati and Stoner in 2007 had the best engine and tyres. The other side was he was in his 30s and Stoner was in his early 20s and had the confidence of a young guy to learn and push the bike, where has Rossi is an old dog. We saw Stoner alwa

Robert Jones

July 13, 2013 12:30 PM

FP3 - laps below 1'23

MM - 6
AE - 4
VR - 7
CC - 5
SB - 9

@JukkaX
" Marquez and Bradl had fast and consistent pace compared to Vale and Cal, who merely had one fast lap only.."

Reasonable comment do you think ???

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