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Matthew Birt  says:

US MotoGP: Jorge Lorenzo claims pole with record lap

Jorge Lorenzo claimed his third pole position of the season in record-breaking fashion at the spectacular Laguna Seca track in California this afternoon. The Spaniard secured his first pole position since the second round of the 2012 campaign in Jerez with a record lap of 1.20.554, which narrowly beat Casey Stoner’s pole record of 1.20.700 set on a Ducati Desmosedici 800cc...

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Mar 11

Posts: 1386

Yamaha3358 says:


Suspension definetely collapsed. Just one more thing, if Rossi does go back to Yamaha next year, does that count as 'quitting and giving up'? Just like Casey did, apparently .. of course not, this is God himself afterall.

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Jul 09

Posts: 739

trailler says:


Dovi would of walked away , but no . Him and Crutch side by side from start to finish . That came as a bit of shock .

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Oct 11

Posts: 617

revnev7 says:


         Stoner winning that is,back to back World Title`s,no worries mate. As for the trainee nurse,well,10th place at season`s end look`s a distinct possibility.   No wonder team`s wan`t him ha bloody ha,ha.

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Sep 11

Posts: 2284

YamahaGYTR says:

Top notch race front three usual guys and further proof why I do not trust the Spies crew second time those guys have fecked his race up last year in Portugal and this year in front of his home crowd but at least he kept 4th place despite having a cracked heel in the crash in qualifying.

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Nov 08

Posts: 95

ChrisSYD says:

How did the commentators not see cold pies rear suspension collapse???????..... and

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Nov 11

Posts: 792

Firebird3 says:

Still a kid

The end of that race said it all really. When Lorenzo took off his helmet, even though he came second, he was still smiling and gave a thumbs up to the cameras. Imagine if Stoner had come in second, his face would be like thunder and he would of been giving all sorts of excuses why he didn't win. As it was he came in all smiling, which made his petulant outburst yesterday all the more pointless. There is no doubt about it Stoner is a good rider, but he is a sore loser and a petulant kid when things don't go his way. He has still got a lot of growing up to do.

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Bob Buttamasangy


Jul 08

Posts: 1366


Fireturd, you must live a boring life on the dole without a hint of ambition in your life, probably making tuppence by scamming pensioners in your free time between your telemarketing job.

Ambition, a word that used to be in the english dictionary.

btw, did you see that union jack in the corner of the winners flag? That will remind you of what ambition can get you and to remind us of what it won't! Haha fkn ha!

Florence... OWNED by Hicky! Further down from where he was last year. THAT'S how you develop a bike!

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Mar 12

Posts: 454


Nicky was just giving him a lesson on riding the Ducati....on the cooldown lap

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Apr 11

Posts: 3353

Bultoboy says:

Still a kid?

That headline just about sums you up, the comments beneath it suggest you have some growing up to do yourself.

Every chance you're having a dig - which is what people who are sore losers do when someone they don't like does well. Spew out childish and petulant copmments whist having a stamping dance. Your rider may have had a bad race but nit-picking other riders isn't going to change it.

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Feb 09

Posts: 846

chrisg011 says:

Spies - from bad to worse

Landed on his ass in front if his home crowd, a role reserved for Vale in the coming years on the Yam. Damn shame for Ben if it wasn't for bad luck he would no luck at all... So the cause of the collapsed suspension, faulty parts, fitment or the result of too many stoppies? Have to wonder if he will see the season out? As. Professional yes but surely this has sapped a lot of motivation.

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