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moto gp spain so far.....


harrycpr
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gonna have to start calling Lorenzo "sick note" he's spent more time in the track hospital than he has on the bike, poor lad. :(


Gotta say he's one tough bloke though he'll be back.


Super George will be back.

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sorry evs but i really do hate him.....lol...i wish his accident was worse. :lol:


he has got the worst attitude on the hole motor racing world..ok after kimi raikonnen... :lol:

 

we really shouldn't wish harm on others!


But Lrenzo will be back and unfortunatly for young harry will dominate motogp for some time!



After Rossi!

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1 2 D.PEDROSA SPA Repsol Honda Team HONDA 1'43.691 19 1'43.017 21

2 65 L.CAPIROSSI ITA Rizla Suzuki MotoGP SUZUKI 1'44.251 24 1'43.023 4 0.006 0.006

3 46 V.ROSSI ITA Fiat Yamaha Team YAMAHA 1'43.835 26 1'43.090 26 0.073 0.067

4 1 C.STONER AUS Ducati Marlboro Team DUCATI 1'44.245 16 1'43.099 10 0.082 0.009

5 15 A.DE ANGELIS RSM San Carlo Honda Gresini HONDA 1'44.021 16 1'43.233 24 0.216 0.134

6 7 C.VERMEULEN AUS Rizla Suzuki MotoGP SUZUKI 1'43.968 25 1'43.368 19 0.351 0.135

7 56 S.NAKANO JPN San Carlo Honda Gresini HONDA 1'44.378 23 1'43.442 12 0.425 0.074

8 52 J.TOSELAND GBR Tech 3 Yamaha YAMAHA 1'44.263 24 1'43.479 19 0.462 0.037

9 69 N.HAYDEN USA Repsol Honda Team HONDA 1'44.482 25 1'43.614 6 0.597 0.135

10 5 C.EDWARDS USA Tech 3 Yamaha YAMAHA 1'43.971 23 1'43.668 12 0.651 0.054

11 4 A.DOVIZIOSO ITA JiR Team Scot MotoGP HONDA 1'44.163 20 1'43.707 20 0.690 0.039

12 14 R.DE PUNIET FRA LCR Honda MotoGP HONDA 1'44.388 20 1'43.742 10 0.725 0.035

13 48 J.LORENZO SPA Fiat Yamaha Team YAMAHA 1'43.961 22 1'44.001 4 0.944 0.219

14 21 J.HOPKINS USA Kawasaki Racing Team KAWASAKI 1'44.291 22 1'44.043 4 1.026 0.082

15 24 T.ELIAS SPA Alice Team DUCATI 1'46.064 17 1'44.610 19 1.593 0.567

16 33 M.MELANDRI ITA Ducati Marlboro Team DUCATI 1'44.649 21 1'44.706 15 1.632 0.039

17 50 S.GUINTOLI FRA Alice Team DUCATI 1'45.474 17 1'44.678 15 1.661 0.029

18 13 A.WEST AUS Kawasaki Racing Team KAWASAKI 1'45.416 19 1'44.865 13 1.848 0.187

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sorry evs but i really do hate him.....lol...i wish his accident was worse. :lol:


he has got the worst attitude on the hole motor racing world..ok after kimi raikonnen... :lol:

 

we really shouldn't wish harm on others!


But Lrenzo will be back and unfortunatly for young harry will dominate motogp for some time!



After Rossi!

 

and u missed after pedrosa and maybe stoner.

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:laugh:


Nicky Hayden...Half the field were injured at some point that season!

From world champ to ama in 3 years :lol:


Capirossi would have won if not taken out by gibbers....hayden just finished races thats It and melandri will be up there again when he gats a different bike!

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sorry evs but i really do hate him.....lol...i wish his accident was worse. :lol:


he has got the worst attitude on the hole motor racing world..ok after kimi raikonnen... :lol:

 

Hate is such an emotive word :?


Gotta luv the yoof of today :roll:

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yea but techno look at nicky haydn know one thought that he could do it but he did although it was super luck....and next year if melandri has a decent bike he will be up there to

 

It's like an special eclipse it only happens once every 10 years. :lol: Nicky's a nice enough lad, so I can't be-grudge him winning, but I think when he looks back he'll even think he was lucky to win. But you've gotta be in it to win it.

Dani will probably become champion at some point, although in one sense I do kind of agree with Techno if he doesn't do it this year then next year Dovi will probably be on a Factory Honda, Lorenzo will have a years experience, there is a chance Pedrosa could retire like Gibernau, great rider and race winner but never made it to the biggest dance.


harrycpr, do you like Rossi? If so take a step backwards and look at Rossi in 2000 - 2001. It's Lorenzo pretty much. Some people may think he has a big ego, but most successful sports stars do. If not they normally finish second.

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Have to say used to think lorenzo was a super twonk, but since his move to the big class he proved he got what it takes and keeps his mouth shut he not slagging of his team mate is he.



The spanish midget on the other hand blames everybody else for the bike not working, this dispite the fact that he was injured and could not do the testing on said bike. Hayden on the other hand puts loads of hard work into improve the honda and even when slated by his team mate stays proffesional.


BUT EVEN MORE TO THE POINT 0.4 OFF LEAD ON A NEW TRACK STONKING PRACTISE JT

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Lorenzo's out for the whole weekend, so he, unfortunately, is going to be struggling in the title race after that, which is a serious shame.

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Brad smith passed fit to race tomorrow!


and rossi!


Valentino Rossi 9th 1'42.420; "This was quite a bad qualifying session for us! We had a lot of problems and now, unfortunately, we will have to start from the third row, our worst qualifying result so far this season. Tomorrow for sure will be a very hard race for us. We've tried to improve the setting but we haven't been able to fix our problems, the main one of which is that we are not fast enough on the entry to the corners. Now we need to work all afternoon to try to find a solution and then see what we can do tomorrow.

25 laps is going to be quite difficult but we will try to come up with a plan and then I will try to recover as many positions as possible at the start and through the first few corners. If we can make a few small improvements and improve the feeling then we can try to do something tomorrow, we'll just have to wait and see."



In contrast!


James Toseland 6th 1'41.820; "I'm chuffed to bits to be on the second row and I'll be honest but I did put it on the line a bit. But you have to do that because to give yourself a chance you don't want to be any further back than the second row and thankfully that's where I am. When there is a tight first corner like here it can spread people out early on so a good start will be crucial. That first corner looks a bit tricky but hopefully I'll get through it cleanly. I tried a lot of changes on the bike today and they all moved me in the right direction, so thanks to Tech 3 for that. Now we've got a decent base setting I don't have to make big changes and it is just a case of tweaking things. With the extra grip we've found from the rear I sacrificed a bit on the front, but we made a change today that helped with stability for the faster corners. The difference between the second and third row is massive and I'm happy to be back in the top six. You really need experience on the qualifiers and I'm gradually building up my speed and confidence with them and Michelin is doing a great job. Qualifying is amazingly competitive so I'm happy with sixth. These guys will not allow you to blink and I must have blinked on that lap otherwise I would have been higher up the grid. Everybody is so close it will be crucial to get that good start. I think I can definitely run the pace at the front and I am looking forward to it."



from yamaha racing!

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