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Chris - Unregistered

August 15, 2008 2:09 PM

Valentino is in touch after FP2! I bet Stoner is crapping his pants.. lol! Also i didnt think Casey looked very well, but it could''ve been the humidity. Im proud of Valentino to be so close to Casey on day 1, concidering his disadvantage of his body weight/size and lack of power on the straights.

Vale, make a battle like Laguna!!

bottoms up - Unregistered

August 15, 2008 2:21 PM

i thought that yamaha would be crapping themselves having the highest paid rider being beaten by one of the smallest factory teams! and danis honda has the highest top speed followed by the ducati with the yamaha ONLY 2kph slower and considering it is not a drag race and the yamaha looks like an easier bike to handle i would say that stoner is doing pretty well.

P Dani - Unregistered

August 15, 2008 2:28 PM

Just for those who still don't know it's the ducati acceleration and midrange that the yam can't match, they are at top speed for only a few seconds each lap....hammer anyone.. It's closer than CS would have liked he is used to being 3/4 sec ahead every practice after last race that must be worrying especially after going off trying to repeat the lap.

Steve-- what did Mamola say?? don't have sky and for some reason motogp site has no commentary you'd think as part of the deal they would have the sky commentators on it..

46 - Unregistered

August 15, 2008 2:29 PM

rossi was fast again :D
i also think stoner is pushing verry hard to keep in front of rossi
the battle between rossi and stoner had started
rossi and casey are racing in a whole different world! again

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