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Ciprycus C

June 14, 2009 5:20 PM
Last Edited 2013 days ago

MotoGP » Rossi beats Lorenzo after stunning last lap!


For Crash.net: FP1 : No doubt Rossi was the fastest. Rossi 1'43.038, Lorenzo 1'43.340 (I don't know what kind of tires they were on but i'll guess the harder compound). FP2 : Rossi on extra hard tires at the end of a long run 1'42.810. While Lorenzo on the extra hard tires could only manage 1'43.153 and at the end of the sesion put on the softer compound to do that 1'41.899(keep in mind that was a short run, 4 laps) QP : Rossi on extra hard tires was around lows 1'43 (1'43.191), as was Lorenzo (1'43.111), and on the soft tires again even stevens. WU : Can't say too much about it as Rossi was on the soft compound and Lorenzo was on the harder compound(pretty even). Race : Vale 1'42.874, Jor

Ciprycus C

June 14, 2009 3:27 PM
Last Edited 2013 days ago

MotoGP » Rossi beats Lorenzo after stunning last lap!


@Janusz And another thing wrong in the article is "Lorenzo had the better race pace on paper". Which if you look at the lap charts over the weekend you can clearly see Vale had the upper hand on race pace. Oh and also the race fastest lap .3 of a second faster then Lorenzo. Crash.net: The race report was uploaded before the post-race interviews and was then updated to include Stoner's sickness. Regarding race pace, Lorenzo set more sub-1min 44sec (race pace) laps than Rossi prior to the race, had done more consecutive race simulation laps than Rossi and set a best lap on the harder tyre on Saturday afternoon (same time of day as the race) 0.4s quicker than Rossi

Ciprycus C

February 05, 2009 4:16 PM
Last Edited 2142 days ago

MotoGP » Suzuki goes from ‘terrible’ to top at Sepang.


I am really happy for Capirex, and for Suzuki. They both deserve this. Suzuki - a really experienced and good developing rider to tell them what is what with their bike. And Capirex - a bike to his taste, and who knows maybe a victory or more. This is also good for the show. Maybe we'll see more fighting at the front. The rookies are all grown up now, Dovi is at HRC, Lorenzo hungry for victories, Capirex back in form, Pedrosa and Stoner wanting to get back at Rossi and with this line-up and circumstances this year i'm sure there will be a great season.


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