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MCN  says:

Valencia MotoGP: CRTs top free practice

A wet first and drying second session at Valencia saw a surprise CRT one-two in MotoGP today, with Randy De Puniet the fastest of the day on his Aspar ART, with Michele Pirro second on the Gresini FTR. Hayden, fastest in the first session, was the quickest of the prototypes in third, leading the trio of Ducatis continuing their wet weather...

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  • Posted 2 years ago (09 November 2012 14:15)

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Nov 12

Posts: 3

Carmelo says:

Hahaha ...

... all you non-believers had better fear me - I'll put Nakamoto is back in his box.

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Sep 12

Posts: 192

MandyRamola says:

MCN, you missed the numbers

Here they are: Pos No. Rider Bike Time Diff Diff Previous 1 14 Randy DE PUNIET ART 1'36.965 2 51 Michele PIRRO FTR 1'37.084 0.119 0.119 3 69 Nicky HAYDEN DUCATI 1'37.389 0.424 0.305 4 17 Karel ABRAHAM DUCATI 1'37.782 0.817 0.393 5 46 Valentino ROSSI DUCATI 1'38.115 1.150 0.333 6 9 Danilo PETRUCCI IODA-SUTER 1'38.300 1.335 0.185 7 22 Ivan SILVA BQR 1'38.304 1.339 0.004 8 84 Roberto ROLFO ART 1'38.905 1.940 0.601 9 77 James ELLISON ART 1'39.837 2.872 0.932 10 73 Hiroshi AOYAMA BQR 1'40.497 3.532 0.660 11 71 Claudio CORTI INMOTEC 1'42.993 6.028 2.496 I won't bother to pass comment on the bloke in 5th as I feel that bigger and bolder folk can pick up the gauntlet.

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Nov 12

Posts: 9

lordcharles says:

De Puniet

Got a lot of respect for him, he has always been a fast rider in MotoGP but a bit too expensive for teams to keep, due to his many crashes. If he had have slowed down a bit and reduced the crashes he would have had a better overall standing, and still have been on a factory bike.

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