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Kees de Vries

May 02, 2008 8:20 AM

So Stoner well on schedule, seems nothing wrong with his race setting at the moment...
Valentino still a bit short on top speed, but not bad at race pace.. Pedrosa has top speed but he realy has to work for it, still think that Bridgestone has the advantage above the Michelins on this track.. Bring on FP3

Jack Mordino

May 02, 2008 8:23 AM

Rossi seems to be in good shape but he seemed so also in Estoril where he would have finished fifth weren''t for Dovizioso and Hayden''s falls. I''m sure he will fight his way to the front but not so sure his tyres will make it OK through the race.

Holeinone - Unregistered

May 02, 2008 8:58 AM

Lorenzo was well off the pace when he crashed, hope he gets well soon.
Did anybody watch it who's got the race pace??? I agree nothing wrong with the Duc me thinks Casey was trying too hard.
Did you see how fast that Duk is??? Can he use that mapping in the race?? or will he run out of fuel. Either way this should be Stoners best track...

Kees de Vries

May 02, 2008 9:21 AM

Holeinone: CS was consistently fast riding low 2.00, the bike was riding realy stable in cornering and accelaration, what(and that's my humble opinion) says he was riding comfortable and not at the top already, unlike Pedrosa and Dovi who where realy pushing.. (The stable performance wich we saw with the Michelin riders at Estoril and Jerez was now seen by the bridgestone riders).. CS was strong in the first three points but losing to much in the last one, if Ducati and CS are able to solve that part they are unbeatable..

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