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Hank - Unregistered

October 05, 2008 6:53 AM

Could someone explain how De Angelis keeps his ride and Nankano gets bumped to the test rider squad? Good race though. Was hoping Nicky had the tires to stay with Stoner and stay in front of Rossi. Next year though. Poor Dani. :?

Carboniferous - Unregistered

October 05, 2008 6:55 AM

Phillip island might be in Australia but it is a quality track plenty of sideways action, Stoner full lock on pretty good!!
Disappionted by JT reckon he shot his load dicing with Rossi...amateurish..
Reckon if there was one more lap stoner would have seen Rossi +8 and folded, he was very lucky today... :)
On another point, charlie cox was that busy waffling on he never mention a rider going off near the start which 'we' could see on the tele..worse that useless..
Saw the bbc interveiw with stoners dad, know where he gets it from now...
Rossi--class act...

reaper46 - Unregistered

October 05, 2008 6:56 AM

CONGRATS TO ALL THE AUSSIES AND STONER.... now on to the good stuff...Only Rossi can come from 12th on the grid and make 2nd. Remember the 15 second gap he made up while he was on the honda I believe in 2003. Stoner is good but Rossi is GREAT!!!!!!! Nice ride from Hayden sticking it once again to Honda...Rossi for PRESIDENT!!!!!!

jn - Unregistered

October 05, 2008 6:57 AM

Rossi did what we know and expect of him...... toseland did well on the one track he knows well and has a fair crack at, which bodes well for next year now with the added experience he now has........ but ride of the day was Dovi...... Bang last round turn 1 & battled for fourth a little over a dozen laps later.

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