MotoGP » Sepang II MotoGP test times - Friday 3pm


Lap times as of 3pm during Friday's third and final day of the second pre-season MotoGP test at Sepang.

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herewego

February 28, 2014 7:57 AM

And what can you say about Valentino?? He pulls it out of the bag just when you think he's going to struggle! Yesterday it was doom and gloom with the Bridgestone tyres, but once again, the master shows how to do it and is on it big style!!!
Never say never where this man is concerned!!

Codger

February 28, 2014 8:00 AM

The picture shows Rossi using Stoner's line, using the inside kerb.

btw.....where are all the people saying Lorenzo should retire and give his bike to someone younger?


(Not trolling Crash, it's a mixture of sarcasm, irony, and a touch of humour.)

Codger

February 28, 2014 8:09 AM

Go Dovi, whatever bike/tyres you are on.
As ever, whatever comments us punters make, on any rider, it is only testing. That doesn't negate the fact that Dovi (and Cal) is having a good test.
We might just see this season why I rate Dovi.

On another note, there could be a problem coming with all the Open bikes qualifying well for the races, with the Works bikes having to get past them in the first laps. With any luck though, it might mean the end of the Casey/Jorge/Dani style of leading a race from the first bend and running away with it.

sham

February 28, 2014 8:10 AM

again valentino valentino valentino valentino valentino .....
the doctor the evergreennnnnnnnnn just loving it....feels like after a rain.....all the best vale show some nice fyts....

Codger

February 28, 2014 8:15 AM

If Rossi really IS back, I hope the media and us punters don't jump on JB.
His replacement is settling in well, it seems, but any improvement in Rossi's performance this year is probably down to the fact that Yamaha have improved his bike, which I suspect was down to Burgess anyway.

RossL

February 28, 2014 8:16 AM



On another note, there could be a problem coming with all the Open bikes qualifying well for the races, with the Works bikes having to get past them in the first laps. With any luck though, it might mean the end of the Casey/Jorge/Dani style of leading a race from the first bend and running away with it.


I really hope so. Also, this would massively help valentino, who has never been good at starts.

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