MotoGP » Suzuki concludes Phillip Island MotoGP test


"We were slightly luckier than in Argentina as at least we could test for more than two hours" - Randy de Puniet.

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shamarone

June 05, 2014 5:27 PM

re: "Come on crash, you guys have to make one personal interview with laverty to speack about this test and the feeling of the Motogp machine vs is Gsxr at this track"

what's to tell...? sounds like the conditions were sh#@t just like he figured. prolly lapped slower...?

KnowNothing

June 05, 2014 5:53 PM

"Laverty, a winner at this year's Phillip Island WSBK round, suffered a fall early on the first day due to the slippery and damp conditions."

Hmmm... Not the best way to impress what he hoped might be future employers.

Yearby23

June 05, 2014 8:38 PM

KnowNothing: "Laverty, a winner at this year's Phillip Island WSBK round, suffered a fall early on the first day due to the slippery and damp conditions."

Hmmm... Not the best way to impress what he hoped might be future employers.



'Slippery damp conditions'

Going to be a higher risk of crashing... also are you telling me DePuniet hasn't binned it in any of these tests?
I'm sure it's him that holds the record for most crashes in a GP season...

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