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Estoril MotoGP: Stoner leads dry second practice

Casey Stoner tops the times from Friday free practice at Estoril. The dry second practice session of the day allowed the Australian Repsol Honda rider to post a time of 1:38.396. Yamaha's Ben Spies was second quickest, after heading the times in the damp morning session. Britain's Cal Crutchlow was third fastest by just .025 seconds, and lapped faster than the...

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trailler

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trailler says:

motogp

There just warming up........roll on sunday:biggrin:

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Firebird3

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Firebird3 says:

In the dry, it is looking a lot better fo Rossi. Those Haydens settings must be good

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hugelean

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hugelean says:

Looking at Cal and Spies you have to wonder if Jorge really is getting the best out of the yamaha, a mutiple championship bike capable of 10 wins a season and a paltry 3 wins for jorge last year and it looks like he'll get given only what casey doesn't want again this year.. Yam are 2nd best but the only competition is ducati and casey aside they were 4th best when Suzuki was racing.. If Rossi had stayed at yamaha on what is a proper title winner and got the 3 race wins Jorge got he would have taken a bigger battering than he has at Ducati , but apparently Jorge had a good season on a great bike.

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Rossifan4life

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Come on Sunday

If weather conditions stay like this, we are gonna have a cracking race :)

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X2Glider

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X2Glider says:

Weather shows it's going to be a wet weekend again. 

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Nostrodamus

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Nostrodamus says:

You really must have the worst halitosis on the web Hardlylean

the amount of effluent that flows from your gob never ceases to amaze.

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Bootlegger

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Bootlegger says:

Don't sweat it Huggybear

Lorenzo will prove his 1000cc M1 developed around Furusawa's basic standard an ample tool to deal with the Honda's whilst also giving his fellow Yamaha riders much to cheer about. Lest ye forget. Lorenzo was sidelined at PI,Sepang and Valencia last year. He could have notched up wins at at least 2 of those races.

Crikey. Why bother. Nostro just summed it up.

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carcleanerboy

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setting up

Whilst its interesting to watch ,you can hardly read anytime into the times. Its testing and set up time, im pretty sure Lorenzo or stoner doesnts really give too hoots whether their top of the timing sheets at the end of the first day, as long as their making progress with their set up for qualifying (or more importantly race distance).

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Yamaha3358 says:

Jesus Hugelean, it's people like you and Buell that give the Rossi fans the famous 'delusional' tag.

I feel sorry for you, really. All those sleepless Sunday nights... what a pain.

18 months on, just use Buells excuse. 'Give them time' ... hahahaha.

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Bootlegger

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Bootlegger says:

Furthermore

X2Glider and the weather. Are we supposed to read something into the rain dance ?

The Ducati has shown time and again that it is supremely capable in the wet,thanks to the engine characteristics and layout I guess. So,a wet race should see Nick and Vale on the podium right.

If not, its all Felipo Prezios's fault..eh ? 

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