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November 10, 2012 11:32 AM

MotoGP » Crutchlow: CRT bikes could challenge at Valencia

Well the forecast tomorrow afternoon is just getting worse and worse. It's gone from dry and sunny earlier in the week, through light showers yesterday and now heavy and possibly thundery showers. Could be very wet. However if we look at Sepang the CRTs that finished were still behind the prototypes, with the exception of Dovi who remounted and Abraham who really doesn't count.


November 09, 2012 3:04 PM

MotoGP » de Puniet sets damp afternoon pace at Valencia

@dacron Free Practice is just practice, it's not supposed to be entertainment. Most of the riders aren't out there competing. They're working on setup, learning the circuit and just, well, practicing. Watching it is more of an intellectual excercise than an entertainment, trying to work out what the riders are doing. Have to agree on the tyres however. The GPC need to change the tyre rules to allow an allocation of inters. Also four pairs of wets is stupid when it's feasible that there could be six wet sessions in a weekend.


November 09, 2012 2:47 PM

MotoGP » de Puniet sets damp afternoon pace at Valencia

Nobody figures anywhere. If I need to spell it out for the hard of thinking I will: This is FREE PRACTICE. Not a race, not qualifying. And it's taking place under less than ideal conditions. Even in perfect conditions some riders are out there pushing the limits, some are trying different setups, some are even just learning the track. In the wet you have to factor in that some are avoiding taking risks. And in drying conditions all bets are off. As such the times are academic. The point I was trying to make above is that the pro Hayden crowd of this morning were being foolish.

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