MotoGP » Misano - Free practice times (2).

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Jimmy Mansi

August 29, 2008 2:04 PM

That''s it, lets get it nice n close for race day...

seems as tho the weekend could take the same course as laguna...
hopefully both will keep it rubber side up and we''ll have some good racing again..

i dont think were seeing a full throttle rossi just yet, be a bit silly to drop it in practice and not even be able to race..

anyway, roll on tomorrow and sunday..


Carlos From Angola - Unregistered

August 29, 2008 2:09 PM

A job well done by Vale to improve his time by .600 of a sec on the FP2... and we all know whats in Moaners mind right about know since he saw Rossi''s improvement, as he needs a minimum of 2secs advantage to he rest of the field in order to win races, and still have hard time in doing so.

See you Sunday my friend.

damo - Unregistered

August 29, 2008 2:20 PM

Carlos do they teach maths in Angola? Stoners best race lap with clear track was only .2 faster than Rossi's best lap at Laguna. This idea that Rossi can beat Stoner being 2 seconds per lap slower is plain fairytale. The fact is that Rossi/Burgess usually nail the M1 setup come raceday and are every bit as fast as Stoner, exactly what happened at Laguna and Brno.

reaper46 - Unregistered

August 29, 2008 2:33 PM

To all I am a avid Rossi fan living in Italy as I've said before. I will be in Misano Saturday evening with the fanclub. Sunday i will be at the race watching it in all it's splendor. I will be back Sunday night given a full review of what happened good or bad..............Stay tuned


Only American in Italy's fanclubvalentinorossi

paul - Unregistered

August 29, 2008 2:38 PM

'Stoners best race lap with clear track was only .2 faster than Rossi's best lap at Laguna' Rossi had to run at the front to stay in the game. if he had let Stoner for the lead he would lose the race by 6-10 seconds. this is what made rossi's laguna win so impressive.

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