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Carboniferous - Unregistered

October 04, 2008 5:22 AM

Falling off is the riders fault.. For me Ducati need a clear out of all riders and a fresh start. Stoners oddball style and development means no one else can ride it, and therefore if he is not winning which he isn't they are royaly you know what....

belly - Unregistered

October 04, 2008 5:33 AM

Stoner had a "small" fall in the last sector as well as melandri, elias and guintoli during that session. Lorenzo put a string of 1:30's together towards the end of the session in part of a longer run. He looks to have very good race tyre pace. Nicky only did 2 laps in the 1:30's right at the end as well. Stoner's time was also during a string of 1:30's, then the tumble. His times weren't as consistent as Jorge's though so I wonder whether he is still struggling a bit with setup. You just never know wht Rossi is hiding do you?? All this looks very good for a close race. The early part of QP, before the qualifying tyres come out, will be the best guide.

Hugh Janus - Unregistered

October 04, 2008 6:27 AM

A fine well crafted and logical statement from carboniferous I see :p

So lets see, lets put that into perspective shall we?. In the 800 era nobody - thats nobody that is - but Pedrosa has had a win on the Honda - so obviously lets get rid of all the the Honda riders and change the bike as its obviously no good.

Mmmm, now come to think of it since 2004 - thats 2004 in case you didn't read that properly, the only person to win a race on Yamaha in MotoGP has been Rossi so therefore using your incredibly fair minded and reasoned logic we should also get rid of him as well then and change the bike so everyone can do well on it too.

Really mate, words fail me at times...

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