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Liam Marsden  says:

Jerez MotoGP: Pedrosa leads wet second practice

Repsol Honda rider Dani Pedrosa set the fastest time during a wet free practice 2 at Jerez today. Ducati rider Valentino Rossi was the early pace setter, with a best time of 1'51.440, but was unable to hold off Spaniard Pedrosa in the later stages of the session. Winner of last year's wet Jerez race Jorge Lorenzo set the third fastest time...

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Mar 11

Posts: 1386

Yamaha3358 says:

Rossi can always take positives, i mean he would be on pole ... if he was in Moto2, by 0.044s.

Rossi, moaning? Don't be ridiculous. He's just 'explaining his difficuilties with the bike'.

'This bike is unrideable' ... Sure it is.

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Oct 11

Posts: 617

revnev7 says:


       Gonna be wet for the race,so expect the usual 3 at the sharp end,but the scrap for 4th should be a blinder ! And if Rossi turn`s up for the race, I will  feel sorry for the rider`s around him,could be like a game of skittle`s !

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Jun 09

Posts: 289

Parkway70 says:


Can`t believe anyone thinks that racing in the rain is a great `leveller`...all I've ever known is ruined races and freak results..years of attending Spa and hoping for a dry race have probably clouded my opinion...although I suppose Alan Carter pissing off at Silverstone on the Cobas was Legendary...not forgetting Fast Freddie in the 250`s as well

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Oct 11

Posts: 617

revnev7 says:


         but he crashed at Silverstone,oh well    gone now     shame.

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