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Post by maltafan » 26 Mar 2007, 19:06

It looked very difficult for the Ducati's to controlthie bike too.
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Post by wendyrosberg » 26 Mar 2007, 19:28

maltafan wrote:It looked very difficult for the Ducati's to controlthie bike too.


That's where Ducati is known for....
Ducati's have a huge topspeed, are really fast. But are difficult to handle and are unreliable...
(oh I can't forget to mention that Duc's are also known becuase of their beauty :D )

I saw all races this weekend.
125cc was a pity that Talmasci won and not Pesek (sorry I just don't like talmasci)
250cc was very exciting. Very ncie race. Too bad that Mika Kallio again failed to finish.
motogp was well not very very exciting I have seen more exciting races. But it was alright.
Great race by Vale.
And I was glad that Casey was able to fight back.
Both Ducat's had troubles with their tyres at the beginning of the race.
And well T-rex (aka Loris Capirossi) just wasn't able to get it right. He has said that he has trouble to adjust his racing style to this new bike. So same problem as Nicky Hayden.

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Post by _*kimi-Iku*_ » 26 Mar 2007, 21:29

maltafan wrote:It looked very difficult for the Ducati's to controlthie bike too.


Yeah, but Stoner was it good too! ;)
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Post by wendyrosberg » 27 Mar 2007, 16:13

_*kimi-Iku*_ wrote:
maltafan wrote:It looked very difficult for the Ducati's to controlthie bike too.


Yeah, but Stoner was it good too! ;)


Haha that's just because Casey is just brilliant ;)
Well Casey said himself that he had quite some difficulties to control his bike with the tyres he started the race on.
Further down the race he got the control back and it was easier for him to fight again.

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Post by _*kimi-Iku*_ » 27 Mar 2007, 18:32

wendyrosberg wrote:
_*kimi-Iku*_ wrote:
maltafan wrote:It looked very difficult for the Ducati's to controlthie bike too.


Yeah, but Stoner was it good too! ;)


Haha that's just because Casey is just brilliant ;)
Well Casey said himself that he had quite some difficulties to control his bike with the tyres he started the race on.
Further down the race he got the control back and it was easier for him to fight again.


Yeah, I saw the first part of the race was more diffucult than the second part. But, finaly he was a perfect race again!
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Post by 996 GT1 Lover » 17 Apr 2007, 15:00

Hey, I have a question for anyone who's been to a MotoGP race, or anyone who just might know the answer haha. Do all 3 levels of MotoGP (125, 250, 800) race at the same place every weekend? My friend and I are possibly going to road trip out to Laguna Seca this summer for the US race, and it'd be somewhat disappointing to watch a race that doesn't even last an hour (even though it's ridiculously exciting and it's my favorite form of motorsport).
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Post by wendyrosberg » 17 Apr 2007, 20:25

996 GT1 Lover wrote:Hey, I have a question for anyone who's been to a MotoGP race, or anyone who just might know the answer haha. Do all 3 levels of MotoGP (125, 250, 800) race at the same place every weekend? My friend and I are possibly going to road trip out to Laguna Seca this summer for the US race, and it'd be somewhat disappointing to watch a race that doesn't even last an hour (even though it's ridiculously exciting and it's my favorite form of motorsport).


well yes normally the 125cc, 250cc and the Motogp are driving at the same circuit.
But... there's only one circuit where the 125cc and the 250cc aren't racing.
And well sorry for you, that's at laguna seca....
Well I think that there are other motorbike series at luganu seca instead of the 125cc and 250cc.
I don't know exactly wich racing series that are. But I strongly believe that there isn't only the motogp. There are mostly other races as well.

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Post by 996 GT1 Lover » 18 Apr 2007, 01:40

wendyrosberg wrote:Well yes normally the 125cc, 250cc and the Motogp are driving at the same circuit.
But... there's only one circuit where the 125cc and the 250cc aren't racing.
And well sorry for you, that's at laguna seca....
Well I think that there are other motorbike series at luganu seca instead of the 125cc and 250cc.
I don't know exactly wich racing series that are. But I strongly believe that there isn't only the motogp. There are mostly other races as well.


You're right, the 600cc AMA supersports will be there.
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Post by _*kimi-Iku*_ » 20 Apr 2007, 20:06

Good luck to MY nicky hayden tomorrow and for vale and pedrosa too.. i think someone of theirs will win the race.. hahaha ;) good luck my guys!! come onnicky!!
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Post by _*kimi-Iku*_ » 22 Apr 2007, 15:13

I didn't like this race.. :evil:
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Post by danny87 » 22 Apr 2007, 17:15

I thought it was a great race.

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Post by shadow_girl26 » 22 Apr 2007, 19:47

The race I like so much.....congratulations Casey Stoner win the race.... :mrgreen:
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Post by _*kimi-Iku*_ » 23 Apr 2007, 18:53

shadow_girl26 wrote:The race I like so much.....congratulations Casey Stoner win the race.... :mrgreen:


It was the only good in the race.. the winner.. but the rest was horrible!!
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Post by f1fan24 » 29 Apr 2007, 05:48

I love Moto GP.
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Post by formulaonemadman » 05 May 2007, 17:47

@wendyrosberg (and other fans)-on fifth gear if u can get it where u live- there is going to be a race with that roseland guy u like with one of the presenters of the show-its on english tv tomorow(monday)-hopefully u can watch it

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