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Jorge Lorenzo believes his set-up and riding will need to be ‘perfect’ to beat Valentino Rossi at Misano after the Italian led the way in Friday practice. Yesterday Rossi had insisted that Misano was one of his weaker tracks and that he expected to trail Lorenzo and Honda’s Dani Pedrosa... Read more
Pos | Rider | Bike | Time | Gap 1. Valentino Rossi Yamaha 1m35.304s 2. Jorge Lorenzo Yamaha 1m35.430s +... Read more
Once again at the Indianapolis Grand Prix the two Spanish riders who qualified on pole failed to go on to win the race. So far this year Spanish riders have dominated the pole position without converting them into wins, as shown by the following facts: Spanish riders have taken nineteen... Read more
Just one week after their last outing at Indianapolis in the USA, the Fiat Yamaha Team will arrive on home shores this week for the second Italian round of the season, at Misano on the east coast of Italy. They touch down in fine style with riders Valentino Rossi... Read more
“This is fantastic for me and for my team! I’ve had two crashes in a row but now I’ve won, and my closest rivals have crashed instead. Of course I’m sorry for them but these are the highs and lows of racing and it’s an amazing result for me.... Read more
Pos | Rider | Team | Time 1. Jorge Lorenzo Yamaha 47m13.592s 2. Alex de Angelis Gresini Honda + 9.435s 3. Nicky Hayden ... Read more
Pos Driver Bike/Engine Laps Time/Delay 1 Valentino Rossi Yamaha 22 43:08.991 2 Daniel Pedrosa Honda 22 11.766 3 Toni Elías Honda 22 20.756 4 Andrea Dovizioso Honda 22 21.418 5 Loris Capirossi Suzuki 22 21.538 6 Nicky Hayden Ducati 22 25.544 7 Colin Edwards Yamaha 22 25.676 8 Alex de Angelis Honda 22 34.109 9 James Toseland Yamaha 22 35.617 10 Randy de Puniet Honda 22 39.824 11 Chris Vermeulen Suzuki 22 40.776 12 Niccolò Canepa Ducati 22 50.661 13 Gábor Talmácsi Honda 22 59.188 – Mika Kallio Ducati 20 Retirement – Marco Melandri Kawasaki 20 Retirement – Jorge Lorenzo Yamaha 17 Retirement – Michel Fabrizio Ducati 6 Retirement Read more
Pos Driver Bike/Engine Laps Time/Delay 1 Andrea Dovizioso Honda 30 48:26.267 2 Colin Edwards Yamaha 30 1.360 3 Randy de Puniet Honda 30 1.600 4 Alex de Angelis Honda 30 8.958 5 Valentino Rossi Yamaha 30 21.622 6 James Toseland Yamaha 30 22.465 7 Marco Melandri Kawasaki 30 35.284 8 Niccolò Canepa Ducati 30 38.769 9 Daniel Pedrosa Honda 30 42.112 10 Mika Kallio Ducati 30 45.845 11 Loris Capirossi Suzuki 30 53.190 12 Gábor Talmácsi Honda 30 1:12.315 13 Chris Vermeulen Suzuki 30 1:20.398 14 Casey Stoner Ducati 29 1 Lap 15 Nicky Hayden Ducati 29 1 Lap – Jorge Lorenzo Yamaha 8 Crash – Toni Elías Honda 7 Crash Read more
Excellent news: Bati has wound up with 3rd spot on the grid for tomorrow’s Australian Grand Prix at Phillip Island in a session that saw Jorge Lorenzo basically untouchable out front, and a nasty looking fall for Roberto Locatelli; who thankfully seems okay.The circuit is a good one for... Read more
(*Above: the smugnificently pompous Jorge Lorenzo) I have to say that I’m actually kinda sad that the hilariously self-satisfied (though I will admit, hugely gifted) Jorge Lorenzo is moving up to the top class of MotoGP next year to race for Yamaha on a factory-supported YZR-M1.I’d really wanted him to... Read more