MotoGP » Misano MotoGP test times - Monday 2pm


Lap times as of 2pm during Monday's post-race MotoGP test at Misano.

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MotoMarc

September 16, 2013 3:03 PM
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It's good to see that he finally topped the chart in a test. But it's only a test. In terms of the Misano race it looked like Rossi could finally challenge by starting on the front row and even though he had a poor start he appeared to start making a challenge. Then Pedrosa got the mode sign on the pit board and the afterburners got turned on for him and Marquez. After that Rossi started losing ground. Has he explained what happened to lose ground?

jambop

September 16, 2013 5:56 PM

If you want to ask any rider about lost ground ask Dovi! He finished 40 seconds behind yesterdays winner on a bike Rossi placed second 4 seconds behind winner JLo. What is his excuse got a bad start boo hoo ! ?? And why is he not being torn a new one for this performance? Rossi has taken major criticism for what he did and did not do while at Ducati, Dovi on the other hand "well the bike's crap isn't it" he is well under performing on that bike! And still we hear how shoite Rossi is and he should retire... really, I mean really? There is non factory rider who would do any better on that Yamaha than Rossi fact if you can't see it you are blind. The simple fact is the three at the front are just a bit faster than Rossi. Having said that had Espagaro not jumped the start and snagged Rossi I am sure he would have done better.

Fan

September 16, 2013 10:52 PM

Braking... But in the end Rossi s right!!

Rossi could brake deeper and later than any1 else.

We all could see his coming to top and was like that he could fight.

Thing MM is doing, Rossi was doing it for long.

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