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Simon Patterson  says:

Catalunya MotoGP: Lorenzo dominates to take victory

Jorge Lorenzo took a dominating win in his home GP at Catalunya today, beating Dani Pedrosa and Marc Marquez with ease to make an all-Spanish podium. Lorenzo squeezed aside the pole man Pedrosa off the line to lead from the off, and although Pedrosa managed to pull in his lead a number of times, he was never close enough to make...

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PaceyCasey

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PaceyCasey says:

Can someone sing 'Fireturd' a bloody lullaby. Pllleeeeaaasssse!

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Nostrodamus

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Nostrodamus says:

Ah Wosi, as disingenuous as ever. The type 24 front tyre with its more rigid construction was the tyre brought in with the new litre bikes pre season 2012. There were no complains from any riders over this tyre at all.

The previous generation tyres on the 800's were the ones Stoner had a crack at Bridgestone over. In typical dense style you're not even arguing over the relevant point. But then you've never been one to let fact get in the way of the myths your perpetuate.

The type 21 was the tyre Bridgestone developed at the behest of Dorna / Rossi to try the impossible and make Rossi fast on the Duke. He had access to this tyre before any other riders did in a Ducati private test. The tyre itself was quickly introduced thereafter. Only DP & CS complained at the time, saying the others weren't pushing the 21 hard enough to find its pitfalls as the HRC boys were; they have now been completely vindicated as the field uniformly complain about the type 21 construction front. The type 24 tyre which received no complaints during its service life was subsequently withdrawn from Jerez onwards last year.

You might baffle a few yellow halfwits with your nonsense but all you do time and again is paint youself a fool before the rest of us.

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weskit

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weskit says:

Custom tyres in 2007/08

He had to preselect a limited number same as everyone else. What's custom about that wosi?

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wosihound

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wosihound says:

Tyres, myths & conspiracy..

It's pretty straight forward dummy.

The tyre that Stoner moaned about had received the thumbs up from everyone else at pre-season testing, so Bridgestone introduced it as a replacement.

Dorna didn't request it..the riders did through the safety commission.

Rossi didn't test it before anyone else either.

Your bullshit is nothing but a conspiracy theory. It has no basis in fact. You cannot bring any evidence to the table to back up your wild claims because none exists.

You fell flat on your face making excuses for Stoners lone voice complaints and HRC's chatter at the time, and went silent on the matter after the 2013 bike came out and Pedrosa started winning.

You have decided to make yourself look a prick again because of a story over at MM -  which you thought you could turn against Rossi - a website you cancelled your subscription to in a Paddy and led us to believe you'd never visit again, because you took exception to a few home truths that were spelled out.

It just about sums you're feeble efforts up I'm afraid. Pathetic.

The link tells it how it was..unlike your delusionary perception of events.

 

 http://www.motogp.com/en/news/2012/Bridgestone+to+introduce+new+specification+front+tyre

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Nostrodamus

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Nostrodamus says:

On the face of it Wosi

You have clear arse / elbow differentiation issues. Let's back track a little here shall we and remember the recent weasel words of the world nr.6. He states Stoner was right about the type 21 construction tyre being insufficiently stable. He states he never agreed with the introduction of this tyre replacing the type 24 (not the 2010/2011 hard 'n' cold 'Stones you waffle on about). He supposedly disagreed with it's introduction, but never said a word about it at the time? Pathetic.

Now why was the type 21 introduced from Jerez 2012 on when no rider complained about the existing type 24 - in fact this new for 2012 tyre has received universal praise previously? One reason alone. Rossi still wasn't fast enough on the Duke. At Dorna's behest Bridgestone were instructed to try and engineer Rossi another tyre to overcome the 'deficiencies' within the front of the GP12. Yes this is reading the runes on my part, but you can't take everything at face value can you Wosi? There is no other logical reason to replace a tyre that no-one had problems with.

The 21 didn't cause ultra smooth & fast Lorenzo any issues (in fact he may have agreed with the tyre simply because the HRC boys found it disagreeable). Frankly the rest of them weren't fast enough to push the 21 into it's squidgy zone as both CS & DP said. But now a year on with 3kg more some of the others are (even Rossi!) Once more Stoner completely vindicated, and by no lesser person than you fallen sun god. Ha, ha. Beautiful. Yet again the old yellow dog has had to choke on his own words - or spineless lack on them in this case!

And yes Rossi did have a private test on the type 21 tyre before anyone else. It's all there in the great Rossi Fawnicators website.

 

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wosihound

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wosihound says:

Reading runes and talking shit..

With regard to Rossi's recent words..

What a surprise you've only picked the parts that suit your sorry conspiracy theory argument?

Rossi is/was Bridgestones representative for development in GP. He said, at the time and in that role - and therefore doing a responsible job by gleaning feedback from others - he personally had question marks about the tyre but asked other riders if they were sure about it's introduction..

In his distinctly different role as Ducati pilot and with a big problem on his hands or effectively being in 'the shit'..he was prepared to consider anything.

Only Stoner, and to a lesser degree Pedrosa, didn't want the 2012 evolution front, that was tested pre-season by all riders.

Take your orange binkers off and read the fkin link Bozo..

"This new front tyre is the latest evolution of the 2012 specification MotoGP™ front tyre, and features a revised construction that further enhances rider feel and warm-up performance and was developed following analysis of performance data and rider feedback acquired in pre-season testing.

Due to the overwhelmingly positive appraisal this new front tyre received when tested by riders, Bridgestone, after consultation with Dorna, the FIM and IRTA, has agreed to replace the current front tyre with the new 2012 specification front tyre from the Silverstone round while also making a limited number of the new front tyre available for the Jerez, Estoril, Le Mans and Catalunya rounds."

The old tyre may not have had problems, but the evolution was better received by the vast majority. Democratic and transparent all the way down the line..

..Unlike your bullshit.

Give me links to back up your moody agenda filled aspersions or shut the fuck up.

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Nostrodamus

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Nostrodamus says:

Oh so now you're singing my tune

and not the bollocks you spouted about 2010/2011 rubber.

Just when did Rossi state he had reservations about the tyre designed for him? Never heard it publically. Privately perhaps he did have reservations as it still didn't overcome his inadequacies, but not for the reason it might not be stable enough as DP & CS publically stated. He wasn't riding the Ducati hard enough to get that sensation. Remeber that quote too Wosi "Stoner's not riding it hard enough"? Ha, ha. Egg on face for Rossi? Christ he's drowing in the sticky stuff.

The Ducati private test of the 21 is there in Emmett website. Go dig it up yourself.

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weskit

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weskit says:

more strongbows today wosi?

A fluffy Bridgestone press release is hardly a historical record. Only in corporate speak does "overwhelming majority" mean without the support of two of the top three riders. Pedrosa called it a "dictorial decision". You got any links to an actual rider expressing explicit support for the 21 over the 24 or are you relying exclusively on Dorna and Bridgestone press releases?

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wosihound

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wosihound says:

Mmm..

Yeah..that's right weskit. I mean..who the fk are us poor punters supposed to believe?

I really don't know where to turn or who to take seriously? Everybody tells lies and is out to get me?

 

Fk..what am I saying.

There's always Nostrodumbass..a veritable font of orange piss and diarrhea who can't back a single word he says.

Try sucking his dick a bit harder next time ya fkin poofter.

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Nostrodamus

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Nostrodamus says:

It hasn't been a good forum day for you has it Wosi?

Spouting bollocks like you actually know what you're on about. Why so defensively prissy each time you're found out as a complete fabricating charlatan? It's hardly like you've got a leg to stand on.

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