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NINA_BCN
06-19-2006, 03:18 PM
Todo empezó aquí....:scared:

http://images.motogp.com/multimedia2/456/456852_98493.jpg




Se me ponen los pelos de punta nada más verla. :scared: :scared: :scared:

alexito
06-19-2006, 06:24 PM
a mi tambien, al ver eso, encima cae mal, y todas las otras motos encima, la saco muy barata.

estara mucho tiempo sin correr?

alexito
06-19-2006, 07:14 PM
que mala suerte, la ambulancia que lo llevaba al hospital, sufrio un accidente, por suerte no empeoro aun mas la situacion de sete.
por la conmocion cerebral, tienen que esparar 24hs antes de operarlo de la clavicula. ya tenia una pieza de metal ahi por otro accidente, ahora lo reemplazaran por una mayor.
ridiculo que dicen que ya este jueves volvera a manejar la ducatti.

NINA_BCN
06-19-2006, 08:05 PM
que mala suerte, la ambulancia que lo llevaba al hospital, sufrio un accidente, por suerte no empeoro aun mas la situacion de sete.
por la conmocion cerebral, tienen que esparar 24hs antes de operarlo de la clavicula. ya tenia una pieza de metal ahi por otro accidente, ahora lo reemplazaran por una mayor.
ridiculo que dicen que ya este jueves volvera a manejar la ducatti.
:rolleyes: Estará fuera de las pistas un mes, aproximadamente. Estarían como cabras si lo hiciesen salir a correr antes. :tape:

NINA_BCN
06-20-2006, 08:43 PM
Alex Hofmann reemplazará a Sete en Assen
mar 20 jun, 7:05 PM

Gracias a la disponibilidad del equipo Pramac d´ Antin MotoGP y de sus patrocinadores, de Luis de Antin, Paolo Campioti y de Alex Hofmann, el equipo Ducati será capaz, a pesar del escaso tiempo trascurrido entre la carrera de Barcelona y la de Assen, de alinear ambas Desmosedici GP6 para la próxima cita. Para el GP de Holanda, por tanto, Sete Gibernau será reemplazado por el piloto alemán.

Después de haber pasado la noche del domingo ingresado en el Hospital General de Catalunya, Loris Capirossi ha regresado a Montecarlo junto a su masajista Roberto Brusi.

Los dos se han puesto enseguida manos a la obra con una serie de masajes para eliminar lo más rápido posible las secuelas de los traumas provocados por el terrible accidente ocurrido en la primera curva del circuito de Barcelona. El decidido piloto italiano ya está de camino a Assen.

"¡Ha sido de verdad un buen golpe! Por suerte he salido bien parado. He sufrido un fuerte golpe en el tórax, que me molesta. Mi fisioterapeuta Roberto me ha seguido desde España y hemos empezado rápidamente la rehabilitación, con masajes drenantes para reabsorber los hematomas. Querría agradecer la Clínica Móvil y al Doctor Costa, que como siempre han sido insustituibles. No estoy todavía al 100% pero lo importante será volver a la acción lo antes posible y ver cómo va: yo voy a Assen más combativo que nunca! ", indicaba Loris.


Livio Suppo, responsable del proyecto Ducati MotoGP


"Estoy encantado de ver que las consecuencias del accidente del domingo pasado se estén solucionando con relativa facilidad. Loris está haciendo rehabilitación y está de viaje hacia Holanda con su habitual determinación. Sete ha salido hace poco del quirófano y los médicos han confirmado que la operación ha salido a la perfección.

Lamentamos mucho que tenga que perderse dos Grandes Premios, pero pudo acabar todo mucho peor, por lo tanto tenemos que dar un suspiro de alivio y desear a Sete una pronta y completa recuperación. Agradezco a Alex Hofmann, Luis d´ Antin, Paolo Campitoti, todo el Pramac d´ Antin MotoGP Team y a sus patrocinador por la disponibilidad que han demostrado. A pesar de que la carrera de Assen se dispute solo 6 días después del accidente de Barcelona, hemos sido capaces de alinear ambas motos."

alexito
06-21-2006, 12:46 AM
que alegria que loris y sete ya esten bien. claro , sete llevara mas tiempo, pero salio bien de la operacion.
loris tan apurado en regresar? sera porque esta peleando el campeonato?

NINA_BCN
06-21-2006, 09:26 AM
que alegria que loris y sete ya esten bien. claro , sete llevara mas tiempo, pero salio bien de la operacion.
loris tan apurado en regresar? sera porque esta peleando el campeonato?
No es ninguna novedad que salgan a correr aunque estén doloridos de la caida. :rolleyes: Si no tienen nada roto y puden darle al puño del gas, allá que van, indiferentemente que la puntuación de los pilotos esté tan apurada o no. Las carreras van así. :shrug:

NINA_BCN
06-21-2006, 10:37 AM
Moody Blues: Catalunya.
Mon 19 Jun, 4:16 PM

In the latest of his exclusive columns for Crash.net, Eurosport MotoGP commentator Toby Moody reviews Sunday's incident packed Catalan Grand Prix - including the Team Roberts podium, Ilmor's MotoGP project, Red Bull, Ducati's 2007 line-up and much more...

Good day, bad day

Sunday was a fantastic day for the Yamaha/Rossi camp as they closed in on Nicky Hayden's championship lead, but not a good day for the championship as a whole.

Rossi was the bookie's favourite coming into Catalunya, starting off with his first pole for as good as a year. And with no testing in between a run of five races over six weekends, Rossi has got the jump on them and the rest are going to have to work very hard indeed. Some of them are going to be lucky to race, let alone score.

But sitting here after a long day's racing, we can only reflect upon better ambiances over MotoGP races, especially after one of the best ever races just a fortnight ago at Mugello.

After mentioning, during the warm-up lap, the 1998 race here at Catalunya (when Criville, Bayle and Fujiwara all skittled) the nightmare returned just a minute later with six riders in the gravel at the same corner. It was a racing incident triggered by Gibernau just clipping his front brake lever on the side of Capirossi's leg, causing the front to lock on the white line, and then flip the bike over once the rubber regained contact with the tarmac.

The resultant carnage you know.

Fair play to Pedrosa who when initially knocked off actually got the bike righted before falling once on the gravel. Ditto Hopkins who did so well to get his best bike through the gravel without dropping it… but having to go horizontal before the fence.

Less lucky were an unconscious Capirossi and Melandri. MM was tangled up in the rear of Pedrosa's Honda. Gibernau was well enough to hold his arms in, but had a whack on the head in the process of slamming hard onto the tarmac. de Puniet said that when he went to help Sete, he was talking gobbledegook. There is reportedly a photo of Capirossi's front tyre completely squashed into the ground after his brake lever had been forced against Melandri. Talk about dominoes.

The luckiest man in the first corner crash may well have been Roberts who was inches ahead of the sliding bikes on the tarmac. Every time you look at the replay the stricken bikes seem to get closer and closer to KRJR's KR Honda.

But in essence, one has to remember what Rossi said after qualifying, that those in the mid pack are always in danger - he knows just as well as anyone about that this year.

In one swoop championship challengers were eliminated in a round about way. For example, even though Pedrosa was uninjured, he had to restart on his second bike - a bike that had never been used all weekend. This was something that was probably instrumental in causing his race ending crash later in the afternoon. He was a race challenger even from 11th on the grid. Remember he got to 3rd from 14th on the Istanbul grid before dropping it. We were robbed of a showdown between he and Rossi.

"By the time the third start came about," he said, "…I had lost a little bit of concentration - and I was nervous too by now." One can hardly blame him at just 20 years old and an expectant 107,000 people watching...

Where can he get his teeth into Rossi? A new Assen that none have seen before? A real racer's circuit of Donington? The tight Sachsenring? The even tighter and daunting for a rookie Laguna? Or of course, the 250 specialist's Brno? Remember how well Biaggi and Kato would go there.

Hayden leads again

So Hayden again leads the championship. But it seems to be that he leads with a different 'feeling' to when he lead after Turkey, China, Le Mans and Mugello (although jointly).

With he being the only Honda in championship contention at the moment to score any relevant points in Catalunya, what do Honda do to try and keep ahead of 'The Yellow Thing', as Alberto Puig amusingly calls Rossi?

In my eyes Pedrosa was going to battle with Hayden, Rossi and maybe Melandri for the podium in Catalunya, but it never happened for the reasons we now know. Which Honda is the one to run ahead as the hare for Rossi?

Hopping towards the podium

Oh for what could have been for Hopper, were it not for the first corner mess. His time is not far away now. Fourth place on a number two bike that had never been ridden out of the garage all weekend.

How the public flogging and kicking of a fine Japanese Suzuki on International Television in Qatar suddenly ceased the blow ups and poor results. Team manager Paul Denning may well have told him not to do it again but, behind closed doors, he may well have bought him many a beer for his outburst...

Red Bull gives you speed

Mario Illien was on the BA flight from Birmingham to Barcelona on Thursday with his colleague Steve Miller for meetings at the track on Friday. Illien, who recently sold his share in Ilmor Engineering completely to Mercedes Benz, has remained in his original works in Northamptonshire with a workforce of 60, and a workforce in the USA of 52, whilst Mercedes have set up over the road. Other share holders were (Roger) Penske and Paul Morgan's widow.

Illien's employees are busy tending to Honda's IRL effort (sole engine supplier), Team Penske's NASCAR engines, Formula Nippon in Japan (Japan's GP2) and of course a V4 800cc MotoGP engine that has been on the bench since Spring.

Illien has been a regular visitor to the grand prix paddock, going back to 500cc days, but the Swiss is increasingly looking like he will appear with this engine in some shape or form next year. But which teams is he talking to?

"I'm not talking to any teams."

So you are just talking to Team Eskil?

He smiled extremely widely...

What about some wild-card rides later in the season? The smile just got wider.

Suter, from his Swiss base, already builds the frame for Kawasaki so knows what is needed. If the engine is good, and reports of course say that it is, then sure Illien may want to plough some of the many millions in the coffers towards kick starting his own team? Maybe Dorna may need him on the grid next year if some teams struggle to appear?

Whatever may happen, the other possibility after 2007, once his team is running, is that he may hook up with Red Bull. Dietrich Mateschitz is looking to get back into MotoGP after leaving WCM Yamaha at the end of the 2002 season. Hushed rumours circulate that something is in the offing with the mutli $billion energy drinks operation sniffing around MotoGP, although truth told, could it not be with KTM as their road bike production lines get more and more busy.

With KTM winning in 125 and 250, surely the next step is to go back into the big class. Just look at the cool image the Red Bull brand has in the stiff world of F1 now they have a couple of teams there. The one big link is that Red Bull has built a massive factory in Switzerland in order to be outside EU exporting restrictions, releasing them into doubling their sales in the USA. A tenuous link to Team Illien/Suter?

With Team Roberts injecting new blood from cars and bikes onto the podium in Catalunya, and with a potential engine development freeze in F1 in forthcoming seasons, it could mean many very talented engineers around street corners. And that can only be good for MotoGP.

Team KR trophy

Team Roberts clinched their first podium since 1996, but importantly enough, the first trophy with totally their own bike that kicked into action at Shah Alam in 1997.

"I've had some hard days, and some bloody hard years since then," said Kenny Snr.

No team in the paddock deserves more than the squad from Banbury. Regularly I have gone on and on about them on commentary and in this column, and finally it came at Catalunya. Nay slayers may well say it was a podium because others were in the hedge; well bollocks to them.

Roberts was quick enough to get on the front row to be the fastest Honda (do you have any idea of what that actually meant at a track where Honda have done hundreds of thousands of laps?) and then battle with a wise head not for the podium at all costs, but the best result possible; that just happened to be a podium.

The balance has been found at Roberts with not too many F1 people, but enough to have some fresh thinking, and an idea of packaging. Tom Jojic came from BAR Honda into Team Roberts to prove that it is in fact Banbury that has a winning formula.

Roberts Jr sped past Hayden on Friday morning, but did not go faster than his Friday morning time until qualifying, maybe so not to annoy Honda. In the end, he actually took no points away from any Honda that mattered, leaving Hayden ahead. Bingo.

Tick tock

Obviously the race this year was a lap shorter than last year's race, due to the restart, but if you add 1min 44secs to Rossi's 2006 race time, you get 43min 16secs. Exactly what his race winning time was in 2005.

Hayden was right. Rossi had a great deal in hand...

MSMA meeting

An MSMA meeting took place on the Thursday at Catalunya with no real decision forthcoming from a three hour meeting, according to sources. For all Max Moseley's odd comments in F1 from an FIA standpoint, at least he shakes the manufacturers into making decisions by giving them ultimatums to ideas, or short time scales for them to think up their own rules.

Just as an aside, it is a stunning speed that a MotoGP circulates Barcelona, but an even more mind bending sight is an F1 car circulating 29 seconds a lap faster. Twenty nine seconds. And in a car with 200bhp less in 2006 than 2005.

Whatever decisions the MSMA make, I hope it will be for the good of the racing rather than some lame excuse for safety. If people are going to fall off, they can still hurt themselves. Go and have a look at the injury list in the 55bhp 125cc class this past weekend. Webb; broken wrist. Simon; broken leg. Koyama; broken arm in two places.

2007

Crazy as it sounds, but talks have already started as to who may be the other Ducati rider in 2007. Capirossi's deal is up, as is Gibernau's, but in reality you cannot see Capirossi going anywhere else. That leaves Gibernau, who has a results related option at the end of the year. But could the squad tame Stoner? Elias?

They may do well to nick Hayden from under Honda's nose if Big Red keep him slogging his guts out at the front of the championship on a bike that gets no development parts all year? The chippy American would fit into the true Marlboro man image well... Now where's that Stetson?!

Bulging at the seams

Solo Moto magazine in Spain put together a bumper issue following the Catalan GP with an edition full of 97 pages of motorcycle sport alone. Published on Tuesday for the glut of Spanish fans, it is a brilliant example to the rest of the world. If only I could read Spanish! :rocker2:

Interestingly, the figures for the Sunday attendance at Barcelona was just less than 2,000 more than 2005 (105,698). Quite surprising really seeing as though Dani Pedrosa was a favourite for the race win.

Motorcycle racing in Spain is still big even with the onslaught of Fernando Alonso in F1. The circuit has signed a deal for the next five years to host MotoGP much to the relief of many. Why should we ever wish to leave a perfect venue! :rocker2:

Sweden in Spain

Top bloke Johan Stigefelt was a visitor in the Barcelona paddock, happy to be looking around, but not racing: "I stayed maybe a couple of years too long here before going over to world Supersport. There are maybe some others in 250 that really need to see what I did rather than being frustrated."

NINA_BCN
06-21-2006, 03:42 PM
English version

Hofmann to replace injured Gibernau.


Pramac D'Antin rider Alex Hofmann will replace the injured Sete Gibernau on the Ducati Marlboro machine for the eighth round of the 2006 MotoGP World Championship in Assen, Holland.

"I'm excited and so happy! Having the possibility to race on the official Ducati Desomosedici is an unbelievable opportunity and I will give one hundred percent to take advantage of it the most I can," smiled Hofmann, "I know this motorcycle well, I also know the evolution level of the Bridgestone tyres that I developed until the Valencia GP of the 2005 Championship, with which I had a good feeling that I hope to get back from the first laps I will make in Assen. I'm very motivated and I want to make something good. In our world, this kind of agreement doesn't happen very often and I want to thank everybody for their confidence, which I hope to reciprocate giving the maximum. I also have a special thought for Sete Gibernau to whom I wish to get well at the soonest and in the best way possible ".

The Spanish rider broke his collar bone during the frightening turn one crash last Sunday in Spain and his return will depend on how quickly he can recover from the injury. Gibernau underwent an operation to fix his fractured left collarbone; the operation was carried out by Dr Xavier Mir and Dr Ignacio Ginebrera. They have replaced the metal plate that was already present in his collarbone from a previous incident with a new titanium one. Gibernau is expected to need three to five weeks to recover before returning to the track.

With Hofmann taking Gibernau's place that leaves a vacancy in the Pramac D'Antin team which will now be filled by Spanish rider Ivan Silva. Silva already rides for Luis D'Antin's team which competes in the Spanish Extreme Championship. "I didn't expect it and it has really been a great surprise!" said Silva, "Having the opportunity to make a race with the Ducati Desmosedici GP06 "Sat." of the team Pramac D'Antin Moto GP is simply fantastic. Besides, I already know the team very well, racing in the Extreme category of the Spanish Championship with them, and I'm really happy to get the chance to make this experience with them. I would like to thank everybody for having given me this opportunity, and I hope not to disappoint anybody!" he concluded.


The Ducati Marlboro team have expressed their thanks to the Pramac d'Antin MotoGP Team for releasing Hofmann and therefore allowing them to race both Desmosedici GP6 machines at the imminent race in the Netherlands.

Loris Capirossi, Gibernau's team-mate who also got caught up in the crash is undergoing physiotherapy to get back in shape as soon as possible is already on his way to Assen. He was kept in overnight for observation on Sunday at Catalunya General Hospital, but has returned to Monte Carlo with his physiotherapist Roberto Brusi, immediately getting down to work with a massage therapy aimed at eliminating as quickly as possible the effects of the bruising Capirossi received during the horrific first corner incident at Barcelona.


"That was a big crash but luckily I got off quite lightly," commented Capriossi, "I received a nasty blow to the chest, which is still bothering me. My physiotherapist Roberto has been with me all the time and we immediately began to work on rehab, with a series of massages to help the bruising go down. I'd like to thank the Clinica Mobile and Dr Costa, whose assistance as always has been absolutely priceless. I'm not yet one hundred percent fit but the important thing is to get back on the bike as soon as possible and see how it goes: I'm going to Assen with even more fighting spirit than usual!"

Livio Suppo, Ducati MotoGP project leader, expressed his thoughts on the incident, "I am relieved to see that the consequences of last Sunday's crash are being resolved relatively easily. Loris is undergoing rehabilitation and is now on the way to the Netherlands in his usual determined frame of mind. Sete has just come out of the operating room and the doctors confirmed that the operation was successful. We are very sorry that he has to miss the next two GPs, but it could have been worse so we must breathe a sigh of relief and hope that Sete completely recovers as soon as possible. I would like to thank Alex Hofmann, Luis D'Antin, Paolo Campitoti, all the Pramac D'Antin MotoGP Team and their sponsors for the availability they have shown towards us. Although the Assen race comes just six days after the incident at Barcelona, we will now be in a position to line up with both of our bikes".

NINA_BCN
06-21-2006, 03:45 PM
More news. ;)


Hayden and Pedrosa ready to attack new-look Assen.

The MotoGP paddock dashes from Spain to Holland this week ahead of the Dutch TT which takes place on Saturday, just six days after the dramatic Grand Prix of Catalunya.

Repsol Honda rider Nicky Hayden heads to the revised Assen race track poised to build on the 20-point world championship lead he established with a valiant second place in Sunday's race. His team-mate, Dani Pedrosa, will be looking to put his stunning debut MotoGP season back on course at the circuit where he scored his first ever Grand Prix win.

Hayden goes into the Assen race in buoyant mood having put together a string of ultra-consistent results which have seen him lead the world championship for much of the season. In the seven races so far, the charismatic 24-year-old American has recorded three second places, three third places and a fifth place, while at the same time developing the evolution Honda RC211V. Hayden likes the Assen circuit - he finished a close fourth last year - and he and his dedicated crew will do everything in their power to add a win to his impressive tally of 2006 results.

The fact that Dani Pedrosa took his first ever Grand Prix win at Assen in 2002 in the 125cc class should help the super-talented Spaniard forget last weekend's disappointment at not being able to finish his home race. The 20-year-old MotoGP rookie can also take some heart from his pace on Sunday, having recorded the second-fastest lap of the race which was only bettered by his Repsol Honda team-mate.

Though his job this weekend will be made a little tougher by the new track layout added to the fact that it will be the first time he's ridden a MotoGP bike at the circuit, Pedrosa has so far proved himself well up to the task. If previous rounds are anything to go by, the reigning 250cc world champion will begin steadily in the first practice sessions before climbing up the timesheets to be right on the pace in qualifying and the race.

The famous Assen circuit has received major updates for 2006 which have shortened the lap from 6.027km to 4.555km (2.830 miles). Much of the North Loop has been lost to make way for "TT World", a complex including a museum, hotel and exhibition centre. This year will be the 76th running of the Dutch TT, and Assen is the only circuit to have hosted a Grand Prix since the world championship began in 1949. Famous for its fast corners and banked sections, Assen presents a huge challenge to bikes, engineers and riders alike. Because of the track changes the riders will benefit from an extended practice session on Thursday. This is followed by qualifying on Friday before Saturday's race, which begins at 14.00hrs CET.

Hayden is looking forward to seeing the new track lay out, "It'll be interesting to get to Assen on Thursday morning and see what the new track's like. I used to really like the old layout. I mean, I don't want to go back and run on any road courses, but it still had that old-school feel and I always went well there. I'm not complaining though - as long as it's still a good track I'll be ready to go. It'll be a challenge not only for the riders but also for the teams."

With the track changes none of the teams will have data to set their machines up to so it poses yet another challenge. "The transmission will be different, the bike set-up will be different so it's just another curve ball we've got to be ready to hit," explained Hayden, "The team's really working hard for me, my crew chief and all my guys are giving me all they've got and I'm having fun right now being up front fighting for this title. We've got to keep doing what we've been doing - try and be strong and consistent every weekend. That's what got us into this position and that was our plan before the year - to start as strong as can and develop the bike a bit further."

Pedrosa is also keen to see the changes but has concerns over the variable weather in Holland, "There two main questions as we go to Assen. First, it's a modified track so we'll have to see how the different it is to ride. And the other thing is the weather which is normally very unstable with a good chance of rain. Of course we hope it stays dry."

He is anticipating a busy weekend as he went on to say, "I got my first 125cc Grand Prix win at Assen but this year they have modified the track a lot, so effectively it's going to be a new track to learn. Plus I'm going to be riding a MotoGP there for the first time, so I think we will be very busy in the practice sessions. In some ways it's good that this race comes only a few days after Catalunya because it means there's no time to be disappointed about that race- we just have to get on with it and work for a better result here," he finished.

NINA_BCN
06-21-2006, 07:35 PM
Time for Rossi News. ;)

Rossi Spies Championship Chance

Valentino Rossi knows his best chance of retaining the MotoGP world title has arrived as he heads into the Dutch TT at Assen on Saturday.

The Italian won the last round in Spain last weekend and goes to Assen knowing that some of his title rivals are coming off a bad weekend at the Circuit de Catalunya, near Barcelona.

Camel Yamaha rider Rossi won in Spain ahead of new championship leader Nicky Hayden, with the American, on the Repsol Honda, now holding a 29-point lead over third-placed Rossi.

With second-placed Loris Capirossi suffering internal injuries during the six-bike pile-up which saw Ducati Marlboro team-mate Sete Gibernau break his collarbone, Rossi is one of the few fit front-runners racing in Holland.

Fortuna Honda's Marco Melandri, injured in the same pile-up, is also doubtful.

LCR Honda's Casey Stoner and Repsol Honda's Dani Pedrosa also crashed during the Catalunya race, leaving Rossi to show he is back from his early-season problems.

Handling, mechanical and tyre problems saw the defending champion struggling down the points standings but he aims to make it three successive wins in Holland.

With the British GP at Donington Park the following weekend, Rossi knows the pressure is on for him to close the gap on Hayden.

"Having three consecutive races is a problem because if you are injured in the first then you risk not being able to ride for two more races," admitted Rossi.

"By the third race the riders are also tired and begin to lose concentration so it's very tough for everyone.

"In the past Assen was one of my favourite tracks and it was always a great, great emotion to ride a MotoGP bike at the limit there.

"Sadly the track has been changed so I am not as excited about it as usual, because it seems from reports that some of the 'Assen magic' has gone.

"These races are really important so I hope that we can manage to win as many as possible. I have moved up to third in the championship now but I still only took five points from Hayden in Barcelona and he is 29 points ahead of me, so we need to keep winning because he is a consistent podium finisher and he always fights to the end."

Assen will see Britain's James Ellison bid to build on his ninth-placed finish at Catalunya on the Tech 3 Yamaha.

In the 125cc class British teenager Bradley Smith, 16th in Catalunya and one place outside a points-scoring position, bids to open his world championship account on the Repsol Honda.

NINA_BCN
06-21-2006, 08:12 PM
I'm bored. :yawn: So, I'll start to add pics of the riders according to the classification list.

MotoGP:

1st Nicky Hayden 119 points.

http://nickyhaydenfans.com/gallery/albums/userpics/10001/nicky13.jpg


2nd Loris Capirossi 99 points.

http://www.lastampa.it/redazione/_img/capirossi01gg.jpg



3rd valentino Rossi 90 points.

http://www.nonsolobiografie.it/personaggi/primopiano_valentino_rossi.jpg


4th Marco Melandri 89 points.

http://www.sportal.it/sportal/immagini/imagelib/245573.jpg



5th Dani Pedrosa 86 points.

http://i.eurosport.es/2006/05/20/279359-1097104-458-238.jpg

NINA_BCN
06-21-2006, 08:39 PM
6th Casey Stoner 65 points.
http://www.repsolypf.com/comunes/Archivos/cdcompeticion/NOTIMOTO_060223_001.jpg


7th Colin Edwards 60 points.

http://www.racesport.nl/images/5766.jpg



8th Toni Elías 53 points.

http://motos.coches.net/revista/MotoGP/FotosPilotos/elias.jpg



9th Makoto Tamada 49 points.

http://konicaminolta.com/motogp/riderteam/img/tamada_photo-misc.jpg


10th Kenny Roberts 44 points.

http://www.gazzetta.it/speciali/motociclismo/2002/motomondiale/img/roberts_jr_ken.jpg

alexito
06-21-2006, 11:34 PM
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NINA_BCN
06-21-2006, 11:37 PM
:hug: :hug: Gracias por el calendario. :smooch: Yo no tengo ni idea cómo guardar información de páginas hechas con macromedia flash player. :tape:

alexito
06-21-2006, 11:46 PM
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alexito
06-21-2006, 11:48 PM
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alexito
06-21-2006, 11:48 PM
que cara de bueno que tiene bautista :p

NINA_BCN
06-22-2006, 08:14 AM
que cara de bueno que tiene bautista :p
:lol: Tiene cara de :baby:

alexito
06-22-2006, 02:16 PM
bue, si alguien sabe como va las clasificaciones me avisan.
no las puedo ver, la web de motogp no anda.

la vere despues en diferido

NINA_BCN
06-22-2006, 03:24 PM
Pues no sé como van pero me acabo de enterar que Valentino se ha caiso y se ha roto el hueso pisiforme (está en la muñeca) de la mano derecha. :unsure: Elías también está "changado". :tape:Ahí va el artículo en castellano (hace pocos minutos que ha salido).


Rossi se cae y se rompe un hueso de la muñeca pero correrá en Assen
16:02 22/6/2006 Redacción

Valentino Rossi se rompió un hueso de la muñeca derecha tras sufrir una aparatosa caída en los primeros entrenamientos del Gran Premio de Holanda que se disputan en el cicuito de Assen. Pese al dolor, 'Il dottore' correrá en los entrenamientos de la tarde
El piloto italiano de Yamaha Valentino Rossi sufrió esta mañana una aparatosa caída en los primeros entrenamientos libres de MotoGP del Gran Premio de Holanda, que se disputa en el circuito de Assen.

Rossi, después de sentarse dolorido en una camilla, se trasladó por sí mismo hasta la clínica móvil del circuito donde fue atendido por los médicos.

Una vez explorado, el parte médico certificó que 'Vale' sufre una rotura del hueso pisciforme de su muñeca derecha y una leve fractura del maléolo izquierdo.

El siete veces campeón del mundo sufrió también un traumatismo torácico y fue trasladado al Hospital de Assen para ser sometido a un TAC. A pesar de las contusiones, los médicos no encontraron mayor gravedad en las lesiones y dejarán que 'Il dottore' vuelva para correr en los entrenamientos de esta tarde.

Rossi se fue al suelo en una de las chicanes del circuito, en la curva 14, al poco tiempo de que comenzara la sesión de entrenamientos libres.

ELÍAS Y HAYDEN TAMBIÉN SE FUERON POR LOS SUELOS

El español Toni Elías también sufrió una caída que se saldó con un golpe en su hombro izquierdo. Elías fue llevado en un escúter por el que fuera campeón del mundo de 500 c.c. en 1999, el español Alex Crivillé, que es su asesor, también a la clínica móvil. Según fuentes de su equipo, padece una subluxación en el hombro. Elías, muy dolorido, podría abandonar esta tarde el circuito de Assen si se confirma la rotura de uno de los huesos de su clavícula izquierda.

Minutos después, el estadounidense Nicky Hayden (Honda), líder del mundial, también se fue al suelo, aunque apenas sufrió golpes y se levantó enseguida para subirse de nuevo a su moto.

NINA_BCN
06-22-2006, 03:34 PM
Articulito de Elías. :tape: :tape: No, si a este paso va a correr sólo el gato.

Toni Elías regresa a España con una fractura del húmero
jue 22 jun, 3:10 PM

Assen (Holanda), 22 jun (EFE).- El piloto espańol Toni Elías (Honda), que hoy se retiró del Gran Premio de Holanda y regresó a Espańa para ser operado de la fractura del troquíter, hueso de la parte externa superior del húmero, declaró que era "imposible" aguantar el dolor.

Elías se cayó esta mañana en la primera sesión de entrenamientos libres de MotoGP del Gran Premio de Holanda en el circuito de Assen, y, aunque volvió a subirse a su Honda y dar dos vueltas, no se ha visto en condiciones de poder seguir. El español también sufre una subluxación en la espalda izquierda.

Elías viajará esta tarde a Barcelona para ser operado en el Instituto Universitario Dexeus, de Barcelona, por el doctor Xavier Villamir :confused: (Creo que es Mir).

El piloto declaró: "Es una lástima ya que el incidente llega en el peor momento de la temporada. He intentado volver a la pista, pero el dolor era muy fuerte. Esta tarde vuelo a Barcelona, donde me realizarán otro examen médico por parte del doctor Mir".

Ańadió que la caída tuvo lugar cuando estaba calentando los neumáticos, en la tercera vuelta que daba en los entrenamientos, y ha salido por delante del manillar de su Honda.

Explicó que le había recordado la caída que sufrió el ańo pasado, cuando tras el Gran Premio de Francia se quedó a probar en el circuito de Le Mans.

El español agregó que espera estar de vuelta lo más pronto posible, aunque no esté al cien por cien.

Elías se encontró en la clínica móvil del circuito holandés con el campeón del mundo de MotoGP, el italiano Valentino Rossi (Yamaha), que se fue al suelo minutos después del español.

Preguntado por la situación en la clínica cuando vio aparecer a Rossi, Elías respondió que le sorprendió ver al italiano allí y que éste le dijo: "¿qué, se te ha ido de atrás? Hombre, a mí también".






Lo dicho. :tape: El abuelo y el gato correrán el sábado. :tape:

sonia
06-22-2006, 03:41 PM
MotoGP:

1st Nicky Hayden 119 points.

http://nickyhaydenfans.com/gallery/albums/userpics/10001/nicky13.jpg



:drool: Que majete que es este chico! :p

sonia
06-22-2006, 03:43 PM
Pues no sé como van pero me acabo de enterar que Valentino se ha caiso y se ha roto el hueso pisiforme (está en la muñeca) de la mano derecha. :unsure: Elías también está "changado". :tape:Ahí va el artículo en castellano (hace pocos minutos que ha salido).


Rossi se cae y se rompe un hueso de la muñeca pero correrá en Assen
16:02 22/6/2006 Redacción

Valentino Rossi se rompió un hueso de la muñeca derecha tras sufrir una aparatosa caída en los primeros entrenamientos del Gran Premio de Holanda que se disputan en el cicuito de Assen. Pese al dolor, 'Il dottore' correrá en los entrenamientos de la tarde
El piloto italiano de Yamaha Valentino Rossi sufrió esta mañana una aparatosa caída en los primeros entrenamientos libres de MotoGP del Gran Premio de Holanda, que se disputa en el circuito de Assen.

Rossi, después de sentarse dolorido en una camilla, se trasladó por sí mismo hasta la clínica móvil del circuito donde fue atendido por los médicos.

Una vez explorado, el parte médico certificó que 'Vale' sufre una rotura del hueso pisciforme de su muñeca derecha y una leve fractura del maléolo izquierdo.

El siete veces campeón del mundo sufrió también un traumatismo torácico y fue trasladado al Hospital de Assen para ser sometido a un TAC. A pesar de las contusiones, los médicos no encontraron mayor gravedad en las lesiones y dejarán que 'Il dottore' vuelva para correr en los entrenamientos de esta tarde.

Rossi se fue al suelo en una de las chicanes del circuito, en la curva 14, al poco tiempo de que comenzara la sesión de entrenamientos libres.

ELÍAS Y HAYDEN TAMBIÉN SE FUERON POR LOS SUELOS

El español Toni Elías también sufrió una caída que se saldó con un golpe en su hombro izquierdo. Elías fue llevado en un escúter por el que fuera campeón del mundo de 500 c.c. en 1999, el español Alex Crivillé, que es su asesor, también a la clínica móvil. Según fuentes de su equipo, padece una subluxación en el hombro. Elías, muy dolorido, podría abandonar esta tarde el circuito de Assen si se confirma la rotura de uno de los huesos de su clavícula izquierda.

Minutos después, el estadounidense Nicky Hayden (Honda), líder del mundial, también se fue al suelo, aunque apenas sufrió golpes y se levantó enseguida para subirse de nuevo a su moto.


:eek: Que pena.... :awww: Espero que se recuperen pronto :hug:

NINA_BCN
06-22-2006, 04:06 PM
:drool: Que majete que es este chico! :p
Nooooooo. :lol:


:secret: Ahora lleva el pelo al estilo "Marat", cortito cortito. :lol:

NINA_BCN
06-22-2006, 04:13 PM
An article in english about Rossi's fall.

Rossi fit to ride at Assen.

MotoGP World Champion Valentino Rossi has been passed fit to ride at Assen, despite being hospitalised following a heavy morning fall.

The Italian superstar was thrown from his Camel Yamaha at high speed on only his sixth lap of the first free practice session, which had been extended to 1hr 30mins due to recent track modifications, and was taken to the trackside Clinica Mobile and then on to Assen hospital.

Full medical checks at the hospital revealed that Rossi hadn't - as initially feared - broken his right wrist, but has sustained hairline fractures to his right hand and left ankle, plus chest bruising and a haematoma on his right elbow.

Rossi then appeared in the Camel Yamaha pits just as this afternoon's second free practice session started - already wearing his leathers - and was soon out on track trying to regain lost ground ahead of Friday's qualifying session and Saturday's race.

alexito
06-22-2006, 04:53 PM
nooooooooooo, que pasa en ese circuit, habia aceite, o que, todos se cayeron

rossi, salvo que este en coma 10, corre igual, jajajajaja

alexito
06-22-2006, 05:01 PM
ufaaaaaaaaaa, sigue sin funcionar la web de motogp
quiero ver la caida de valentino

estos dos siempre compitiendo, hasta en las caidas, rossi y gibernau

viste la foto de sete internado ya operado? pobechito, espero que se recupere pronto. le dieron 1 mes parece.

NINA_BCN
06-22-2006, 05:16 PM
ufaaaaaaaaaa, sigue sin funcionar la web de motogp
quiero ver la caida de valentino

estos dos siempre compitiendo, hasta en las caidas, rossi y gibernau

viste la foto de sete internado ya operado? pobechito, espero que se recupere pronto. le dieron 1 mes parece.
No sé. He visto como unas 20000000 de este fin de semana. Si puedo, mañana escanearé alguna de la "Solo Moto" de esta semana. ;) Los de esta revista son de alucine. :worship: Cada vez se superan más. Esta semana han sacado 2 revistas: una con la información tipica de motos con artículos, informes de motos, etc de 85 páginas y otra sobre las competiciones que han habido esta semana ¡¡¡de 115 páginas!!!! :worship: :worship:

alexito
06-22-2006, 05:18 PM
esa revista la tengo aca, en mi pais, si esta buena, si me la recomendas, la compro

tiene posters? tengo aca en mi pared, dos gigante de valentino campeon, con honda y con yamaha, pero quiero de los demas pilotos tambien

NINA_BCN
06-22-2006, 05:37 PM
esa revista la tengo aca, en mi pais, si esta buena, si me la recomendas, la compro

tiene posters? tengo aca en mi pared, dos gigante de valentino campeon, con honda y con yamaha, pero quiero de los demas pilotos tambien
Si, esta semana vien uno de Jorge Lorenzo, con dedicatoria y todo. :lol: Yo de ti no dudaría en comprármela. Es mucho más completa que "Motociclismo", otra revista española. Hubo un tiempo en que me compraba las dos para leer diferentes artículos, pero me harté de lo sosa que era. :p Últimamente la "Solo Moto" la compro poco, porque al salir cada semana casi no me da tiempo a leerla entera. :rolls: :rolls: Informan de todo: pruebas de motos, convenciones, competiciones a nivel mundial (MotoGP, SBK, Mundial de resistencia, campeonato británico, c. de enduro, trial, MX, freestyle, raids, diferentes campeonatos españoles,...). Lo dicho, muy completa y con unas columnas de opinión desternillantes la mayoría de las veces. :haha: :haha: :haha: Se nota que son forofos de las motos (el dire de la revista es uno de los comentaristas del mundial en TVE). :yeah:

alexito
06-22-2006, 08:44 PM
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http://img423.imageshack.us/img423/7733/250q13hk.jpg
http://img76.imageshack.us/img76/364/mgpfp23zt.jpg

NINA_BCN
06-22-2006, 08:53 PM
¡¡¡Gracias!!! :smooch: Al no tener el macromedia flash player en el ordenador del trabajo no puedo ver la web oficial. :rolleyes: :ras:

alexito
06-22-2006, 09:10 PM
pero sigue sin andar, cuando quiero ver los videos, no funciona. quiero ver la caida de valentino y no me deja

NINA_BCN
06-23-2006, 06:14 AM
:rolleyes: Ya me dirá silo has visto o no.

NINA_BCN
06-23-2006, 07:33 AM
Edwards: Assen isn't the 'The Cathedral' anymore. :sad:
Thu 22 Jun, 8:17 PM

One of the many MotoGP riders disappointed by the shortening of the Assen circuit was Camel Yamaha's Colin Edwards, the fastest rider after the first day of action on the revised Dutch TT layout.

"I've always gone well here and it's a circuit I've always liked but it seems that from the first time I raced here in about 1995 they have made some kind of change each year to spoil the track," said the straight-talking Texan, referring to the controversial removal of the North Loop and other more minor changes. "I think the latest changes are a step too far and I don't think we can call this 'The Cathedral' of MotoGP anymore - certainly the Dutch TT has lost a lot of its magic." :sobbing:

Edwards had been sixth fastest in the first free practice session before upping his pace to complete the afternoon hour 0.115secs ahead of nearest rival Carlos Checa, also on a Yamaha, but on Dunlop tyres compared to Edwards' Michelins.

"The bike felt great today and it was easy to ride from the first moment I went out onto the track," said Colin. "Even with the changes this circuit still has plenty of banking and it creates its own load, so that saves a lot of time with the setting and you can more or less ride anything here. I've ridden a lot of inferior bikes to the M1 here and had a few problems but this is such a great bike - we've barely had to touch it today."

NINA_BCN
06-23-2006, 07:39 AM
No he encontrado ninguna foto de Rossi de ayer, pero si una de Melandri bien magullado. :unsure: ¡¡Pobre hijo!! :awww:

http://eur.news1.yimg.com/eur.i1.yimg.com/eur.yimg.com/ng/sp/crashnet/20060622/17/3928380935.jpg

alexito
06-23-2006, 10:55 AM
hoy tampoco anda la web de motogp, tampoco podre ver las clasificaciones hoy.

NINA_BCN
06-23-2006, 11:04 AM
:( Se supone que estás pagando un servicio ¿no? :mad: ¿No puedes reclamar a nadie? :confused:

alexito
06-23-2006, 11:06 AM
si no funciona es porque se les habra caido el servidor, no es solo para mi, sera para todos igual

no me puedo quejar, hasta ahora siempre funciono.

NINA_BCN
06-23-2006, 11:09 AM
si no funciona es porque se les habra caido el servidor, no es solo para mi, sera para todos igual

no me puedo quejar, hasta ahora siempre funciono.
¡Qué mala sombra! Ahora que se ponía el asunto interesante.....:rolleyes:

alexito
06-23-2006, 12:20 PM
queria saber como quedo valentino despues de la caida de ayer

NINA_BCN
06-23-2006, 12:27 PM
:shrug: No sé. Éste es el último artículo que he encontrado.

La caída de Rossi marcó primeros entrenamientos libres en Assen
vie 23 jun, 12:00 PM

ASSEN, Holanda (AFP) - La caída del siete veces campeón del mundo, el italiano Valentino Rossi, en la sesión matinal marcó el jueves la primera jornada de entrenamientos libres en el remodelado circuito de Assen, donde se disputará el sábado el Gran Premio de Holanda, octava prueba del Mundial.

Los primeros ensayos sólo duraron seis vueltas para Rossi. Transportado a la clínica móvil y después al hospital de Assen, los médicos le diagnosticaron contusiones en la muñeca, ligeras fracturas en la mano derecha y en el tobillo izquierdo, y un hematoma en el codo izquierdo.

En la segunda sesión de entrenamientos, el italiano acusó los fuertes dolores, y sólo pudo hacer el 12o. mejor tiempo de los 18 pilotos que pisaron el asfalto del circuito más longevo del calendario.

"Estoy bien y quería tranquilizar a todo el mundo, incluso cuando era muy difícil pilotar. Es sobre todo la pequeña fractura en la muñeca derecha la que me hace sufrir cuando giro el manillar del gas o freno. Además, tengo un gran hematoma en el tórax y no podía respirar con normalidad", confesó el piloto italiano.

Con Rossi mermado, su compañero de equipo, el estadounidense Colin Edwards, tercero en la carrera el año pasado, realizó el mejor crono por delante del español Carlos Checa, de la escudería satélite francesa Yamaha Tech 3, que logró su mejor resultado de la temporada.

El australiano Casey Stoner (Honda) fue tercero, por delante del estadounidense Kenny Roberts Junior, tercero el domingo en Montmeló.

El tiempo, muy variable en Assen, con nubes y precipitaciones, perturbó los primeros entrenamientos, con una pista mitad seca, mitad húmeda o totalmente seca, según las sesiones.

El español Toni Elías, que también se fue al suelo por la mañana (fractura de la cabeza del húmero izquierdo), fue trasladado a Barcelona para ser operado por el doctor Xavier Mir y será baja en la carrera.

Para los heridos el domingo en Montmeló, la jornada fue igualmente dolorosa. "No voy bien del todo", declaró Loris Capirossi, decimosexto. "Si la carrera hubiera sido hoy, no habría podido disputarla. Me duele mucho la muñeca. Mañana tomaré más analgésicos, no quiero abandonar".

Marco Melandri reconoció haber "sentido un fuerte dolor en el cuello" al término de la sesión, pero se mostró "feliz" de haber podido subir de nuevo a la moto.

En 250cc, el argentino Sebastián Porto, ganador de la prueba en su última edición, que anunció la semana pasada su retirada, fue sustituido por el colombiano Martín Cárdenas en la escudería Repsol Honda.

El español Jorge Lorenzo, segundo del campeonato, logró el mejor tiempo, por delante del sanmarinense Alex De Angelis y de otro español, Alex Debón, sustituto de Héctor Barberá (lesionado). Andrea Dovizioso, líder del campeonato y ganador de su primer Gran Premio en la categoría en Cataluña, fue cuarto a 8 décimas de Lorenzo.

En 125cc, el checo Lukas Pesek se situó en la 'pole' provisional por delante del líder del campeonato, el español Alvaro Bautista y de su compatriota Nicolás Terol. El finlandés Mika Kallio, que ganó la carrera el año pasado y marcha segundo en el mundial, fue cuarto, por delante del español Héctor Faubel.

alexito
06-23-2006, 12:40 PM
ya andaaaaaaaaaaaaa
estoy viendo la clasificacion de la 125cc

NINA_BCN
06-23-2006, 12:41 PM
Pues ya dirás. ;)

alexito
06-23-2006, 12:48 PM
clasificacion 125cc

kallio
bautista
pesek
gadea
passini
faubel

alexito
06-23-2006, 01:02 PM
ahora en Assen

http://img91.imageshack.us/img91/2797/dn013wq.jpg
http://img66.imageshack.us/img66/2862/nh018kd.jpg
http://img87.imageshack.us/img87/1995/vr013er.jpg

NINA_BCN
06-23-2006, 01:30 PM
¡¡¡¡¡¡¡Gracias!!!!!!!!!! :hug: :hug: :hug: :hug: Qué haría yo sin ti....:smooch:

alexito
06-23-2006, 01:38 PM
valentino anda muy despacio, a 3 seg de la punta.
pero hasta que no termine la clasificacion no le creo nada. recien ahi vere que le pasa

alexito
06-23-2006, 03:42 PM
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NINA_BCN
06-23-2006, 05:19 PM
¡¡¡La virgen!!! ¡Vale el último! Pobrete, debe de estar hecho papilla. :awww:

alexito
06-23-2006, 06:15 PM
uffffff, puede salir con 2 vueltas atras, e igual gana

en las ultimas carrera cometio errores quedandose por alla atras e igual gano

alexito
06-23-2006, 06:17 PM
John Hopkins ha conquistado esta tarde en Assen su primera pole position en MotoGP y la segunda para el equipo Rizla Suzuki en esta temporada 2006.

El anglo-americano, con un tiempo de 1'36.411, le ha arrebatado la posición de honor a Shinya Nakano por tan sólo 13 milésimas. Colin Edwards, que había marcado el paso en las últimas sesiones de entrenamientos libres, completará la primera fila.

La segunda línea estará encabezada por los dos pilotos de Repsol Honda, Nicky Hayden y Dani Pedrosa, acompañados por Chris Vermeulen.

La tercera fila la compondrán Marco Melandri, Carlos Checa y Alex Hofmann, en su debut con el equipo Ducati Marlboro.

Los dos pilotos del Pramac d'Antin, los españoles Jose Luis Cardoso e Iván Silva, han finalizado decimosexto y 17º respectivamente.

Valentino Rossi ha completado tan sólo 13 vueltas, sin montar neumáticos de clasificación, que le han dejado en el 18º puesto, la última plaza de la parrilla. Tras un primer intento para volver a la pista, el piloto de Camel Yamaha ha desistido finalmente, esperando que el dolor remitiera para intentar disputar en mejores condiciones la carrera de mañana. Los técnicos han intentado modificar la posición de la maneta del freno derecho para buscar la posición más cómoda posible.

Loris Capirossi, también muy mermado físicamente, ha terminado en la posición 15.

alexito
06-23-2006, 06:18 PM
Jorge Lorenzo ha mantenido la primera posición en la segunda sesión de clasificación de 250cc y mañana ocupará la primera posición en la parrilla del TT A-Style de Assen. El piloto mallorquín estará acompañado por Alex de Angelis, Andrea Dovizioso y Shuhei Aoyama.

La segunda fila la compondrán Yuki Takahashi, Marco Simoncelli, Sylvain Guintoli y Roberto Locatelli, con Alex Debón e Hiroshi Aoyama cerrando el top ten.

El colombiano Martín Cárdenas se ha adjudicado la 12ª plaza, Aleix Espargaró ha terminado decimoquinto, Jordi Carchano vigésimo y justo por detrás el argentino Fabricio Perren.

TT A-Style Assen
250cc-QP2

1. Jorge Lorenzo - Fortuna Aprilia 1'40.007
2. Alex de Angelis - Master MVA Aspar 1'40.137
3. Andrea Dovizioso - HUmangest Racing 1'41.194
4. Shuhei Aoyama Repsol Honda 1'41.260
5. Yuki Takahashi HUmangest Racing 1'41.279
6. Marco Simoncelli - Metis Gilera 1'41.327
7. Sylvain Guintoli - Equipe GP de France 1'41.392
8. Roberto Locatelli - Team Toth 1'41.434
9.
Alex Debón - Fortuna Aprilia 1'41.452

alexito
06-24-2006, 01:43 PM
gano el lloron de hayden

todas las carreras diciendo lo mismo, que no tiene moto, que quiere tener la moto de pedrosa.mira donde esta siempre pedrosa y hayden puntero del campeonato facil

me hace acordar a biaggi, siempre lloron diciendo que valentino ganaba por moto nada mas.

NINA_BCN
06-24-2006, 02:54 PM
:o Ya era hora que ganase. :rocker2: A ver si así se espavila un poco. :p

alexito
06-24-2006, 04:16 PM
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alexito
06-24-2006, 04:17 PM
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alexito
06-24-2006, 04:18 PM
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NINA_BCN
06-26-2006, 05:33 PM
News about Rossi's health.


Rossi needs a month, gets a week.
Mon 26 Jun, 3:47 PM

After riding through the pain of a fractured hand and foot to finish eighth at Assen on Saturday, MotoGP World Champion Valentino Rossi has only one week to recover further before this weekend's British Grand Prix.

The Italian left Assen on Saturday evening with his physiotherapist Marco Montanari, who will remain by his side for the rest of this week as he tries to recover as much strength as possible before the crucial ninth round of an intriguing championship.

Rossi has won seven times in all classes at Donington Park, one of his favourite MotoGP circuits, but another trip to the top step of the podium will be a huge challenge. However, with the Camel Yamaha star now a worrying 46 points behind Assen winner Nicky Hayden, race victories are exactly what he needs.

"We have a lot of work to do to improve the situation with my wrist and try to reduce the swelling and heal the bone as much as possible," explained Rossi. "It would be better to have a month now to recover but we are racers and we have to go straight to the next race, which is a pity. Anyway I hope we can improve it as much as possible so that I can ride well at Donington. For sure I won't be at full fitness, but we have five days to improve. Colin showed that the bike is working really well so hopefully it will be like this at Donington also for both of us.

"Donington is like a second home grand prix for me and I hope the fans give me all the usual support because I need all the help I can get right now. It has been one of my favourite tracks ever since I rode the 125 there for the first time in 1996 and I have a lot of good memories - especially my first win with the 500 in 2001 and victories with Yamaha for the last two years. It's going to be a big challenge for me to stand on the top of the podium on Sunday, but as long as my hand continues to improve throughout the week, then I think we can try!" he vowed.

"Hopefully this week before Donington will be enough time for Valentino to make a decent recovery and we all hope to see him in better shape when he comes into the garage for practice on Friday morning," added team director Davide Brivio. "Assen was a big disappointment for us in lots of ways but with Valentino in better shape and Colin in good form we have a chance to put things right at a circuit both riders like and in a country where they are both very popular.

"Whatever progress Valentino makes this week we know he will not be at 100% but we expect him to show the same fight and determination that took him into the points at Assen. It was important he did that but the gap to Nicky Hayden at the top of the championship is significant and we can't afford to let him get too far ahead. He is a strong rider and I think it will be a hard push now until the final race of the season at Valencia."

First free practice for the British Grand Prix takes place on Friday morning.

NINA_BCN
06-26-2006, 05:41 PM
A long long article about Honda in premier class. :p



Honda: 200 MotoGP wins.
Mon 26 Jun, 5:09 PM

Nicky Hayden made Honda history on Saturday at Assen when his dramatic last turn victory gave the Japanese giant its 200th premier-class grand prix victory.

While grand prix motorcycle racing first began in 1949, Honda only entered the premier class for the first time in 1966 - and from the end of 1967 season until 1982 Honda's early 500cc GP winning ways were curtailed - meaning that Honda's 200 wins have effectively been claimed in less than 27 years.

The first two years of full factory Honda involvement, in what was then called 500cc Grands Prix, began with a debut victory by Rhodesian Jim Redman - a proven champion in the middleweight categories for Honda - on the four-cylinder RC181 at Hockenheim, West Germany, on May 22 1966.

The Redman/RC181 pairing also triumphed at the next race at Assen, before a heavy crash at the fearsome Spa-Francorchamps circuit ended his season prematurely. Redman was immediately replaced by the ever-rising brilliance of former 500 champion Mike Hailwood (lower pic) for the remainder of '66, but despite winning three of the seven available races, he did not win the championship itself.

The combined efforts of Redman and Hailwood, and the remarkable air-cooled in-line-four cylinder RC181 did, however, deliver the 500cc Constructors'

Championship to Honda at the first time of asking. In the following year, Hailwood tied with Agostini on points, but on count-back, Hailwood and Honda lost out on their much-desired crowns. Nonetheless, another five race wins accrued towards the current 200.

After some brave experimentation with the oval-pistoned NR500 four-stroke project (which was, however, to prove prescient in terms of future MotoGP racing formulae) the first ever two-stroke Honda 500 GP machine was such an instant success in 1982 that Honda did not take long to get on the winning trail once more.

Conventional wisdom says that the more cylinders the better, and even Honda's early four-stoke racers adhered to that edict with an array of immaculately conceived fours and sixes. Never ones to tarry too long on the safe side of the leading edge, however, Honda realised that a manoeuvrable, light and relatively torquey three-cylinder two-stroke would be more than a match for everyone else's fours, over a season at least. Enter the water-cooled NS500.

In its debut race in the top class, Freddie Spencer scored third in Buenos Aires, took pole in race three at Jarama, and took his and the NS500's first GP win at Spa Francorchamps, round 7.

Spurred on by this success, Takazumi Katayama notched up a win at Anderstorp, Sweden, as Spencer added another at the San Marino GP held at Mugello, Italy.

In 1983 Honda and boy wonder Spencer fulfilled their own inevitable prophecies and won the biggest crown of all, the Riders' World Championship. Honda added a Manufacturers' crown to their first from 1966. Spencer had scored a super-six race wins to beat Kenny Roberts and Yamaha, in one of the best man-to-man fights in all of GP history.

As 1984 was ushered in the Manufacturers' title was retained, but in a whole new era for Honda's expansive engineering vision, race wins came as a result of two machines; the latest NS500 triple and the radical four-cylinder NSR500 vee-four, with Spencer and eventual second place man Randy Mamola swapping race wins, and outings on either triple of four. Eight race wins overall (five for Freddie and three for Randy) even if he Riders' title was lost, but not for long.

In 1985 Spencer took his second and Honda's second World Championship (scooping the small matter of the 250 crown along the way) easing to seven wins (on a heavily revised NSR) to Mamola's one (on an NS).

The next new kid on the block, Wayne Gardner, scored three wins in 1986, before taking the riders title for Rothmans Honda in 1987, winning another seven. Four more in 1988 for Gardner, very much in Rothmans Honda colours still, were not enough to keep the title.

With former Freddie guru Erv Kanemoto at the pit garage helm for new-signing Eddie Lawson - long a thorn in Honda's side - the championship was his for the taking, as he battled his way to four race wins, the Riders' title and, with Gardner and Pierfrancesco Chili's singles, the Manufacturers' crown came back again.

A barren spell for titles in the early nineties was not without wins for Honda riders, as Gardner scored two in 1990 and one in 1992. There was another Aussie making a name for himself though, and it was to be the name ever in Honda's premier class colours, Mick Doohan (middle pic), who would score a career total of 54 race victories on the all-conquering NSR500.

Honda had frequently supplied top private, importer or satellite teams with good equipment in the early two-stroke era, but when Alex Criville scored a race win at Assen for the Fortuna Honda squad, Honda's lease policy for factory equipment really proved its worth - and has been doing so ever since

A largely barren 1993, with only one win each for Mick Doohan and Daryl Beattie. Long-time sponsor Rothmans made a strategic switch to F1 in 1994 while Mick Doohan went on to take an incredible nine wins riding in Honda colours. He would take the title for five years straight, as Honda retained the manufacturer's award with equal regularity.

From 1994 to his enforced retirement after injury during 1999, Mick was the man to beat and frequently the only people who could were his fellow Honda riders, in full factory and lease teams.

Alberto Puig (Fortuna Honda) joined a growing band of Spanish race victors, in 1995. In 1996 Mick scored eight wins, Criville two, with Italian ace Luca Cadalora also taking two for Kanemoto. Carlos Checa also scored his maiden win, for the Fortuna Honda squad.

In the '97 season Tady Okada was a third Repsol Honda rider, and earned two wins to Criville's single, but again Doohan was the powerhouse, with Mick taking 12 of Honda's 15 race victories.

In the last year of his MotoGP domination, Mick raced to eight wins, Criville two and Tady Okada took a single. Checa scored another (this time for Movistar) and the abilities of the ever-improving NSR even allowed one Max Biaggi, riding for Kanemoto on a Marlboro Honda, to win his debut MotoGP race, Suzuka.

After the exit of Doohan the floodplains of opportunity were filled by new champion Criville, winning six 1999 events to Okada's three, and the Manufacturers' crown once more went to Honda.

The New Millennium may have come a little too early for the rising sun and moon of Valentino Rossi to win in his debut 500 year, but Honda's lease scheme proved its value yet again, as factory rider and reigning champion Criville scored only a single win, but Alex Barros (Emerson Honda) and Rossi (Nastro Azzuro Honda) waded in with two apiece, as Loris Capirossi (Barros' team-mate) took one other.

The beginning of the end of the two-stroke era, with its last full grid of two-strokes in 2001, provided a glorious exit for the NSR500, and a glorious entry for Rossi into the list of champions. Eleven wins later (plus another NSR triumph for West Honda satellite rider Barros) and Honda were Manufacturers' champions again.

With racing technology coming full circle back to four-strokes, and making a leap from 500cc to 990cc in 2002, Honda and Valentino Rossi won their respective titles. The RC211V five-cylinder 990cc four-stroke had a winning debut at Suzuka in the Hands of Rossi (now in factory Repsol colours). Eight wins on, plus a single for Repsol rider Tohru Ukawa and two for West Honda's Barros, and the new four-stroke golden age was proving to be Honda-shaped.

In 2003 Rossi stormed the ramparts with his RC211V once more, taking nine wins, but he was far from alone in challenging for top honours. Sete Gibernau scored second overall, and ripped four wins from Rossi's grasp, on his Telefonica machine in the Gresini squad. Max Biaggi's Camel machine took full points in the UK and at Motegi, ensuring that the Manufacturers' crown stayed with Honda.

Although Rossi's move to Yamaha in 2004 gave him the first of two consecutive Riders' Championships, that first year's Manufacturers' crown stayed with Honda, thanks to Gibernau's four wins, two for Camel rider Makoto Tamada and one for his team-mate, Biaggi.

Tamada was only the first of a solid wall of riding talent Honda was to draw on for the 2005 season, as RC211V wins went to three different Honda riders, in a field featuring seven RCs. Barros gave the Camel Honda team a victory in Portugal but the new Honda kids were coming, and they had teeth and claws. Official Repsol factory Honda squad rider Nicky Hayden took a popular win at the US GP and the season was ended in stunning fashion by Marco Melandri (Telefonica/Gresini) with two race wins.

Honda's continued policy to provide lease machines to high quality teams continues to this day, and in 2006, the story has been one of youth stepping up to the challenge.

Melandri, now with Fortuna sponsorship on his HRC lease machine, has taken two wins this season, the latter the precursor to Honda's 200th. Without the stunning season start of rookie Dani Pedrosa (Repsol Honda) Melandri would only have scored win 198 at Le Mans, not the 199 that set up Saturday's celebration of a unique achievement (top picture).

"I would like to thank Nicky for today's victory, Honda's 200th World Grand Prix win in the "premier" class," said Suguru Kanazawa, president and director of Honda Racing Corporation. "This is an historic day for Honda - we entered the first race on May 22 1966 in West Germany and won the debut race.

"We would also like to extend our gratitude to all of the riders, teams and our partners in those 40 years who have all contributed to reaching this landmark. We will continue to challenge the technological barriers to achieve world titles and we look forward to many years of participation in the future."

Honda's next nearest challenger for premier-class wins is Yamaha, currently some 55 behind, while MV Agusta is third with 139 wins.


Highlights from Hondas 500cc/MotoGP history:

1966:

Honda make debut in 500cc World Championship.

RC181 in-line four-cylinder air-cooled four-stroke.

Jim Redman races RC181 to debut victory at West German Grand Prix Hockenheim.

Mike Hailwood wins Senior TT.

Honda wins Manufacturers Championship.

1967:

Mike Hailwood wins Senior TT.

1982:

Honda returns to 500cc World Championship.

NS500 V three-cylinder water-cooled two-stroke.

Freddie Spencer races NS500 to third place in debut race at Argentine Grand Prix, Buenos Aires

Spencer and NS500 win Belgian Grand Prix Francorchamps.

1983:

Freddie Spencer 500cc World Champion NS500 Honda the Manufacturers World Championship

1984:

Honda introduce NSR500 V four-cylinder water-cooled two-stroke with radical fuel tank under engine design.

1985:

Freddie Spencer 500cc World Champion NSR500 Honda the Manufacturers World Championship

1987:

Wayne Gardner 500cc World Champion on NSR500.

1989:

Eddie Lawson 500cc World Champion on NSR500.

1992:

Honda regains 500cc Manufacturers World Championship.

1994-1998:
Michael Doohan and Honda NSR500 score first of five-consecutive rider and Manufacturers World Championships.

1999:

Alex Criville and Honda NSR500win rider and Manufacturers World Championships.

2001:

Valentino Rossi and Honda NSR500 win final 500cc World Championship titles.

2002:

Honda introduce RC211V five-cylinder liquid-cooled 990cc four-stroke grand prix machine.

Valentino Rossi and RC211V win rider and Manufacturer World Championships.

2003:

Valentino Rossi and RC211V win rider and Manufacturer World Championships.

2004:

Honda wins Manufacturers World Championship RC211V

2006:

Honda and Nicky Hayden record 200th 500cc-MotoGP victory.


Winning Honda riders:

54 - Mick Doohan
33 - Valentino Rossi
20 - Freddie Spencer
18 - Wayne Gardner
15 - Alex Criville
8 - Sete Gibernau, Mike Hailwood
6 - Alex Barros
5 - Max Biaggi
4 - Eddie Lawson, Randy Mamola, Marco Melandri, Tady Okada
2 - Luca Cadalora, Carlos Checa, Jim Redman, Makoto Tamada, Nicky Hayden
1 - Daryl Beattie, Loris Capirossi, Pier-Francesco Chili, Takazumi Katayama, Dani Pedrosa, Alberto Puig, Tohru Ukawa

NINA_BCN
06-28-2006, 11:35 PM
:woohoo: ¡¡¡¡Ya tengo entrada para Cheste!!!! :woohoo:



Ahora sólo me falta el alojameniento. :p

NINA_BCN
06-29-2006, 03:44 PM
http://www.motogpnews.com/images/news225.jpg


:haha: :haha: :haha:

NINA_BCN
06-29-2006, 08:27 PM
Silva:" I want to be in MotoGP next season".
Thu 29 Jun, 6:15 PM

With regular Pramac d'Antin MotoGP rider Alex Hofmann still replacing the injured Sete Gibernau at the Ducati Marlboro Team at this weekend's British Grand Prix, Ivan Silva will get another chance to demonstrate his ability to the MotoGP paddock.

"Alex Hofmann will still replace Sete Gibernau and we will still have Ivan Silva with us," confirmed team manager Luis d'Antin. "After a very positive debut at his first ever MotoGP race, I'm sure that he will be able to aim at a better result here in England, he's learning very quickly and we trust in his capacities."

The young Spaniard, who rides for d'Antin in the Spanish Formula Extreme championship, was a creditable 0.8secs behind team-mate Jose Luis Cardoso on day one at Assen, but reduced that gap to just 0.090secs during qualifying and then finished his first MotoGP race in 16th position.

"Donington is a new track for me, I've never ridden here," said Silva. "I need to learn as much as possible to demonstrate what I'm worth to everybody as I would like to be in MotoGP next season. In the meanwhile, I would like to thank Luis d'Antín, Pramac, the sponsors and the team for this great opportunity."

NINA_BCN
06-29-2006, 08:31 PM
Capirossi: "I am basically okay".
Thu 29 Jun, 1:09 PM

The 2006 MotoGP World Championship moves past half-distance at Donington Park this weekend with Ducati Marlboro's Loris Capirossi still third in the points chase despite the injuries he sustained at Catalunya on June 18.

Unluckily that race was the first of three back-to-back MotoGP events, so the determined Italian contested last weekend's Dutch TT with painful chest injuries, finishing the race a valiant 15th for one world championship point. On Monday he underwent further chest scans and should be in better shape for Donington.

"Last weekend was really, really tough for me, so we are hoping that Donington will be better. I rode in a lot of pain at Assen, every bump felt like the stab of a knife, even though I used pain-killers. But I have had further check-ups since then and they confirmed that I am basically okay," said Loris, who has now slipped to 44 points behind championship leader Hayden.

"I am currently taking painkillers and when I get back onto the bike on Friday morning I will finally be able to see how efficient the treatment and the rest have been. I am still third overall, so the championship isn't over yet and every point could be vital at the end of the season.


"I am looking forward to Donington. It's a special place to me because I won my first GP there in 1990. I really love the circuit because it's a great challenge to ride it well. The important thing is having useable power delivery because there are a lot of part-throttle sections. We have made many improvements to our power delivery over the past few months so I'm looking forward to feeling the performance of the GP6 at Donington. My favourite part of the circuit is the fast, flowing section, downhill through Craner, then uphill to Coppice."

With Sete Gibernau - who broke his left collarbone in the same first turn accident two weeks ago - currently recovering from surgery, Alex Hofmann will again ride the Spaniard's factory Desmosedici alongside Capirossi this weekend.

"What I learned at Assen will help me a lot at Donington," said Alex, who finished 12th at the Dutch racetrack. "I feel more confident now because I have completed a race with this bike and tyre package, so I can start the weekend a good step ahead of where we were this time last week. I won't have to start again from zero, plus I know the track quite well, so things should improve for us.

"We already have some ideas to adapt the set-up to suit me better because the four hours of practice we had at Assen weren't enough to find my perfect settings. We analysed the data from the race and that will make us stronger. I usually find my way around Donington pretty well, I just hope it's not as wet as it was last year! Like any racer, I like the first part of the track but I'm not so keen on the second part. Anyway, I can't wait to get started on my second weekend aboard the factory GP6," he grinned.

First free practice for the British Grand Prix takes place on Friday.

NINA_BCN
06-29-2006, 09:03 PM
Fabrizio replaces Elias.

DFX Honda World Superbike rider Michel Fabrizio will return to MotoGP action this weekend at Donington Park, after being announced as the replacement for the injured Toni Elias at Fortuna Honda.

"Michel replaces Toni for this race," confirmed team manager Fausto Gresini. "I hope that Toni will recover soon and to have him back in Germany. As for Michel, I think that this can be for him a good experience."

Fabrizio completed a partial, but at times impressive, MotoGP season with underdogs WCM in 2004, before splitting from the team mid-season and heading for the World Supersport championship.

The 21-year-old Honda favourite then remained in WSS for 2005, finishing fifth in the championship, before graduating to the premier WSBK class for 2006. The Italian has taken a best finish of fifth from the first six rounds of the season.

"I'm very happy," said Michel of the Donington ride. "This is an important chance for me to grow and work with a top team on the best bike. I want to thank Honda and Fausto Gresini for this opportunity."

Elias injured his shoulder when he fell on Thursday at Assen, but is expected to be fit for the following German Grand Prix on July 16.

alexito
06-30-2006, 02:32 AM
http://img289.imageshack.us/img289/9554/horario8xa.jpg

alexito
06-30-2006, 02:33 AM
esta vez dejaran la 125cc para lo ultimo.

alexito
06-30-2006, 11:08 AM
en la FP1 de motogp, primero pedrosa :bigclap:

NINA_BCN
06-30-2006, 11:35 AM
;) Una fotito de tu Dani ayer en el día de los campeones...:haha:

http://pix.crash.net/view/237156.jpg

alexito
06-30-2006, 12:58 PM
esa foto es verdardera o truchada, dani sonriendo?

NINA_BCN
06-30-2006, 01:05 PM
esa foto es verdardera o truchada, dani sonriendo?
:haha: ¡¡¡Es de verdad!!! Impossible is nothing. ;) :lol:

alexito
06-30-2006, 01:09 PM
bue, me voy a ver la clasificacionnnnnnnnnnnnnnn
ahora anda la web

vi el accidente de vale, uffffffffffff, que manera de dar vueltas en la tierra, pudo haber sido peor.

NINA_BCN
06-30-2006, 01:21 PM
bue, me voy a ver la clasificacionnnnnnnnnnnnnnn
ahora anda la web

vi el accidente de vale, uffffffffffff, que manera de dar vueltas en la tierra, pudo haber sido peor.
Pues ya dirás como quedan. ;) Internet en mi trabajo da pena y hay muchas páginas que no puedo ver. :ras:

alexito
06-30-2006, 01:46 PM
yo tampoco tengo velocidad, si tuviera estaria viendo en directo todos los partidos de wimbledon. pero te piden por lo menos 1 mega de velocidad. y yo apenas tengo la cuarta parte.

alexito
06-30-2006, 01:47 PM
clasificacion 125cc

bautista
kallio
passini
lai
pesek
terol
corsi
gadea

alexito
06-30-2006, 01:57 PM
http://img78.imageshack.us/img78/8082/bautistaq1a1tu.jpg
http://img528.imageshack.us/img528/2627/bautistaq1b0fh.jpg

NINA_BCN
06-30-2006, 02:25 PM
yo tampoco tengo velocidad, si tuviera estaria viendo en directo todos los partidos de wimbledon. pero te piden por lo menos 1 mega de velocidad. y yo apenas tengo la cuarta parte.
Lo jodío del caso es que velocidad si tiene, lo que pasa es que te limitan mucho los contenidos a los que puedes acceder. :smash:

alexito
06-30-2006, 03:04 PM
pedrosaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa mejor tiempo

pedrosa
hopkins
stoner
melandri
nakano
edwards
rossi
roberts jr
hayden

alexito
06-30-2006, 03:12 PM
http://img524.imageshack.us/img524/2115/pedrosa19ik.jpg
http://img523.imageshack.us/img523/7107/pedrosa26pq.jpg

NINA_BCN
06-30-2006, 03:19 PM
pedrosaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa mejor tiempo

pedrosa
hopkins
stoner
melandri
nakano
edwards
rossi
roberts jr
hayden
¿Otra vez Thumbelina? :eek: A ver qué hace mañana....:aplot:

alexito
06-30-2006, 04:02 PM
lorenzoo poleeeeeeeeeeeee
deangelis
barbera
dovi

alexito
06-30-2006, 04:22 PM
http://img526.imageshack.us/img526/2772/lorenzo14io.jpg

alexito
06-30-2006, 04:53 PM
http://img525.imageshack.us/img525/5462/mgpfp23ma.jpg
http://img525.imageshack.us/img525/4378/250q12dh.jpg
http://img209.imageshack.us/img209/7746/125q16td.jpg

NINA_BCN
07-01-2006, 09:38 AM
Otra sonrisilla de Dani (también de anteayer). ;)


http://img413.imageshack.us/img413/359/462363369912jk.jpg

alexito
07-01-2006, 03:03 PM
pedrosa primeroooooooooooooooooooooooooo

hizo la pole positionnnnnnnnnnnnnn

dani primero
nadal esta ganando
falta que esta tarde alonso haga la pole y felicidad completita para hoy

NINA_BCN
07-01-2006, 03:49 PM
:lol: ¿Sabes algo de la previsión del tiempo para mañana? :confused: Como llueva la hemos fastidiado. :tape:

NINA_BCN
07-01-2006, 03:59 PM
Ah, una cosilla: Michel Fabrizio, el sustituto de Elías, no correrá mañana porque se rompió la clavícula en los entrenos de ayer. :tape: Eso si que es mala pata. :o

alexito
07-01-2006, 04:09 PM
ya muchos lo mismo, esa clavicula ya es famosa en muchos

si llueve ahi gana valentino

NINA_BCN
07-01-2006, 04:29 PM
ya muchos lo mismo, esa clavicula ya es famosa en muchos

si llueve ahi gana valentino
¿Valentino? No creo. :tape: Se arriesga a ostiarse y a fastidiarse la muñeca aún más. :o

alexito
07-01-2006, 07:03 PM
todavia no conoces a vale? nunca renuncia y no le gusta perder a nada.

bue, alonso quedo 5to. aca anduvo las otras cubiertas. ferrari en primera fila.
por lo menos alonso quedara en el podio seguro , mañana.

NINA_BCN
07-01-2006, 11:51 PM
todavia no conoces a vale? nunca renuncia y no le gusta perder a nada.

bue, alonso quedo 5to. aca anduvo las otras cubiertas. ferrari en primera fila.
por lo menos alonso quedara en el podio seguro , mañana.
Eso de que no le gusta perder ni en las canicas lo sé de sobras pero también sé que es el más inteligente de todos encima de la moto. Si ve que no puede arriesgar más de lo conveniente, no lo hará y se conformará con la segunda, tercera o cuarta plaza (o la que sea) con tal de ir sumando puntitos. ;)

Alonso...:o No he visto los entrenosporque me he ido de rebajas . :p Por cierto, me he comprado una camiseta de Guru, una de las marcas que patrocina a Fernando. Suerte que estaban al 50% que sinó ahí se queda. Son demasiados caras para lo que son. Eso sí, son monísimas. :lol:

bavaria100
07-02-2006, 01:06 AM
Alex, Alex, Alex :tears: You are riding an official Ducati and you only get the 15th place on the grid!? I think this proves that he isn't good enough to compete for wins or even titles. You could give him Valentino's bike and he wouldn't even get a top 5 finish.

alexito
07-02-2006, 01:40 AM
nina, sabe de algun sitio donde ver fotos de fernando, pero fuera del circuito y las carreras, o sea, en su vida normal.

alexito
07-02-2006, 01:44 AM
http://img107.imageshack.us/img107/949/mgpgrid7cb.jpg
http://img89.imageshack.us/img89/8673/250grid6ub.jpg
http://img107.imageshack.us/img107/369/125grid5tx.jpg

NINA_BCN
07-02-2006, 08:37 AM
nina, sabe de algun sitio donde ver fotos de fernando, pero fuera del circuito y las carreras, o sea, en su vida normal.
:scratch: Suelen haber grupos de discusión de msn de Fernando que escanean fotos de revistas del corazón. ;) No sabría decirte una dirección en concreto, más que nada porque no me interesa demasiado fuera de las pistas. :p Busca en los grupos www.msn.com y seguro que encontrarás docenas de ellas. :D

NINA_BCN
07-02-2006, 10:24 AM
Mira que Rossi hace estiramientos raros antes de subirse a la moto, pues Hopkins no se queda corto tampoco. :aplot: Una foto de ayer en los entrenos. ;)


http://i7.photobucket.com/albums/y283/Xiombarg/Hopperestira.jpg




Intento hacer yo eso y me voy de cabeza al suelo. :lol:

alexito
07-02-2006, 02:27 PM
yo prefiero esta haciendo eso y no estar arriba de la moto 1 hora moviendote todo el tiempo de un lado para otro, hay que tener un estado fisico impresionante.

gano este muchacho nuevo, como se llama? ahhhhhhhhhhhhhh

DANI PEDROSAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

primer año y 2 carreras ganadas

que te dije a principio de año? que iba ganar por lo menos 1 carrera, ya van 2 y esta peleando el campeonato.

alexito
07-02-2006, 02:44 PM
bueno bueno, hoy los españoles iran todos preso por robo

lorenzo robo

pedrosa robo

y en este momento, bautista esta robando

mucha diferencia con el resto en esta pista

alexito
07-02-2006, 03:14 PM
termino la 125cc

gano bautista por roboooooooooo

la pelea estuvo toda la carrera entre passini y kallio, passini todo el tiempo encerrandolo y tapando todo, en la vuelta final, entro a la recta con un radio de giro mas grande kallio y le gano el segundo puesto sobre la linea, espetacular.

alexito
07-02-2006, 03:39 PM
http://img425.imageshack.us/img425/3060/bautistarace17mv.jpg
http://img474.imageshack.us/img474/4908/bautistarace28uw.jpg
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http://img474.imageshack.us/img474/3413/bautistarace40jy.jpg
http://img74.imageshack.us/img74/6967/bautistarace57xl.jpg
http://img74.imageshack.us/img74/8265/kalliorace19fe.jpg
http://img474.imageshack.us/img474/7640/passinirace14es.jpg

NINA_BCN
07-02-2006, 03:48 PM
yo prefiero esta haciendo eso y no estar arriba de la moto 1 hora moviendote todo el tiempo de un lado para otro, hay que tener un estado fisico impresionante.

gano este muchacho nuevo, como se llama? ahhhhhhhhhhhhhh

DANI PEDROSAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

primer año y 2 carreras ganadas

que te dije a principio de año? que iba ganar por lo menos 1 carrera, ya van 2 y esta peleando el campeonato.
Lo de Dani era de esperar dado el historial que lleva. ;)

Y mientras tanto los de Honda dan a probar a Hayden un chasis nuevo durante los entrenos de este fin de semana. :smash: Hay que ser gili....para escoger precisamente ahora el momento para hacerlo. :fiery: :mad: Llego a ser Nicky y los fusilo. :fiery: :mad: P..os japos. Siempre la están cagando. :ras:


El resto de categorías....sin comentarios. :woohoo:

alexito
07-02-2006, 04:32 PM
a mi hayden no me gusta, es tan lloron con biaggi. esta puntero facil, tiene una flor de moto, pero sigue llorando todas, las carreras, hasta la pasada que gano.
eso porque pedrosa lo esta dejando en ridiculo. y siempre diciendo que pedrosa tiene mejor moto. ya me aburre esos pilotos.

NINA_BCN
07-02-2006, 04:36 PM
a mi hayden no me gusta, es tan lloron con biaggi. esta puntero facil, tiene una flor de moto, pero sigue llorando todas, las carreras, hasta la pasada que gano.
eso porque pedrosa lo esta dejando en ridiculo. y siempre diciendo que pedrosa tiene mejor moto. ya me aburre esos pilotos.
Lo que acabo de decir lo han dicho los periodistas especializados de la tele, no Nicky. :o Y no sé dónde verás tú que dice que Pedrosa tiene mejor moto. :shrug: Hasta ahora siempre ha ido ensalzándolo en todos los medios. :shrug: deberías ver alguna de sus entrevistas para saber si es tan llorón com dices. Para mi es uno de los más humildes de toda la categoría. ;) Si quieres, poco a poco iré poniendo entrevistas de los pilotos que aparecen en "Solo Moto", a ver que tal...


Y, por dios, deja de compararlo con Biaggi, que se me hace un nudo en las tripas. ¡Pero si son el día y la noche! Tendrías que haber visto tú al romano en sus tiempos mozos...:tape: Daba miedo. :tape:

alexito
07-02-2006, 10:32 PM
acabo de ver devuelta la carrera de motogp. porque esta mañana la vi con solo 1 ojo, estaba muerto de sueño.
me pongo de pie con valentino, dolor en mano y pierna, y mira donde llego, si hubiera largado mas adelante, ganaba la carrera.
y si stoner tuviera una honda oficial estaria a la altura de pedrosa. siempre esta ahi adelante con una honda malisima.
tiene un futuro increible.

NINA_BCN
07-03-2006, 08:19 PM
http://www.motogpnews.com/images/news226.jpg





:haha: :haha: :haha: :haha:

NINA_BCN
07-04-2006, 02:57 PM
Declaraciones de Hayden sobre la carrera de Donington publicadas en "Solo Moto":

"Habrá que hablar sobre esto de probar nuevas piezas en carrera".

Lo que ha pasado hoy simplemente ha resumido cómo ha ido mi fin de semana. Empezamos el viernes tratando de hacer que algunas ppartes nuevas que llegaron, y que no nos ayudaron demasiado, funcionasen. No contribuyó a conseguir una buena puesta a punto, y además ayer por la tarde tuvimos algunos problemas eléctricos y con la lluvia del warm up no pudimos avanzar nada. Todo esto son excusas, lo principal es que no hemos conseguido hacer lo que debíamos. Cometí un error en la carrera cuando intentaba ir fuerte. Aun así me he mantenido en pie y he podido coger algunos puntos. Es bastante frustrante pero así es como son las cosas. Volveremos a luchar. después de salirme, me ha costado mucho pasar a Vermeulen y luego a Capirossi. Loris cierra muy bien los espacios y es francamente difícil de adelantar. Depués de pasarle he hecho mi mejor vuelta y es es cuando me lo he pasado bien yendo a por la cabeza. Definitivamente, tenemos que hablar sobre esto de probar nuevas piezas. También es culpa mía. He estado diciendo todo el año que necesitábamos esas piezas nuevas y aquí las hemos enseñado todas. Realemte nos hacía falta una mejor tracción dentro de las curvas. Aquí tuvimos demasiada; no sabemos por qué ha sido. A veces hay que tener cuidado con lo que se desea, aunque aprecio el trabajo que ha hecho Honda. En este caso la culpa ha sido mía. Normalmente no se debería probar en las carrera, pero al menos tengo nueve puntos. Voy a seguir luchando. Hemos dicho que volveríamos a testar las nuevas piezas en Alemania, pero tenemos que hablarlo.



Si a ti no te parece que esto es decir las cosas por su nombre...:rolleyes:

alexito
07-04-2006, 04:53 PM
ya alguien le habra dicho , callate y ponete a laburar. estas puntero en el campeonato y valentino ya se viene.

valentino sera el campeonnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn

alexito
07-04-2006, 04:59 PM
http://img331.imageshack.us/img331/2567/mgpcamp2pw.jpg
http://img351.imageshack.us/img351/6690/250camp1fe.jpg
http://img331.imageshack.us/img331/8915/125camp6ha.jpg

NINA_BCN
07-04-2006, 05:01 PM
ya alguien le habra dicho , callate y ponete a laburar. estas puntero en el campeonato y valentino ya se viene.

valentino sera el campeonnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn
No sé, no sé... :p

alexito
07-04-2006, 11:30 PM
el campeon sera rossi o pedrosa

NINA_BCN
07-05-2006, 02:07 PM
Tiempo al tiempo...;)

NINA_BCN
07-06-2006, 01:37 PM
Time for news of the injured guys. :o



Capirossi: I hope someone is looking after me...
Thu 06 Jul, 12:27 PM


Loris Capirossi came into the three back-to-back races at Barcelona, Assen and Donington Park tied for the MotoGP World Championship lead - but leaves them only fifth in the standings.

The reason for the Ducati rider's sudden decline was a huge race-stopping first turn accident at the Catalan Grand Prix - ignited by contact under braking between Capirossi and team-mate Sete Gibernau - which resulted in six riders falling.

Of those six, Capirossi, Gibernau and Fortuna Honda's Marco Melandri were the most badly hurt - each requiring hospital treatment and, in Gibernau's case, surgery on a broken collarbone.

Nevertheless, both Capirossi and Melandri chose to try and ride through the considerable pain of their upper body injuries at both Assen and Donington to limit the championship damage: A clearly uncomfortable Capirossi faired the worst, finishing just 15th at Assen and then ninth at Donington to slip 46 points behind championship leader Nicky Hayden.

"I have big internal bruising on the left side," explained Loris, who compared the pain to being stabbed repeatedly with a knife. "It is a bad position as I use it all the time moving the bike left to right. I've tried painkilling injections but they do nothing, the problem is inside not outside."

But despite the Catalunya accident, and resulting injuries, the 33-year-old says he wasn't tempted to quit: "Sometimes you think about stopping when you get injured, but my passion is greater. That is why I rode at Assen and Donington. I hope (looks up) someone is looking after me..."

Part of the reason for the magnitude of the Catalunya accident was contact with Gibernau's front brake lever when the Ducati riders collided - which caused Sete's bike to flip spectacularly into the air and contributed to Capirossi and Melandri falling when they collided soon after.

To help protect the front brake in such situations, it has been suggested that hand guards - similar to those used in off-road racing - should be fitted.

"It is difficult to argue against that," said Loris. "We should put something there but it is difficult to find a perfect solution. There is also talk about having a bigger fairing to cover the levers."

Meanwhile, although Ducati was the first manufacturer to officially debut its new-for-2007 800cc machine - on May 2 - it has so far only been ridden by test rider Vittoriano Guareschi.

As a result of his injuries, Capirossi won't test the 800cc bike "until after Brno" on August 20 and will instead focus on regaining fitness ahead of the German Grand Prix on July 16.

alexito
07-12-2006, 01:58 AM
http://img144.imageshack.us/img144/9051/horario6sy.jpg

alexito
07-12-2006, 01:59 AM
que bueno que sete vuelve en esta carrera, aunque no este al 100%

bavaria100
07-13-2006, 12:07 AM
I still can't get over Alex's 13th place at Donnington. He's riding an official Ducati but his results are still the same. I'm soo disappointed. :sad:

NINA_BCN
07-13-2006, 11:40 AM
I still can't get over Alex's 13th place at Donnington. He's riding an official Ducati but his results are still the same. I'm soo disappointed. :sad:
:hug: :hug: Nobody said that riding an official bike was easy. It was a new bike for him, so...:shrug:

NINA_BCN
07-13-2006, 11:42 AM
:eek: I can't believe it....Read this article.

Melandri discovers break

Eurosport - Barry Thomas - 11/07/2006 17:53

Marco Melandri's heroic rides to seventh at Assen and third at the previous round at Donington have been accentuated by the news that the Italian was in fact riding with a fractured collarbone picked up in the opening corner carnage at the Catalan Grand Prix.

Melandri admitted to suffering pain in his right shoulder and neck following the multi-rider fall at the Circuit de Catalunya, but while scans revealed no lasting damage immediately after the incident, a second scan has shown that the Italian did in fact fracture the right collarbone.

"The week break has given me chance to recover but also to find out more about why I'm in so much pain with my right shoulder," Melandri said. "The examination I underwent (X-ray, CAT and magnetic resonance) have shown up a fracture to the right collarbone.

"That explains the intense pain I was in at Assen and Donington," he added. "I've already spoken with both Doctor Porcellini, the specialist who operated on my collarbone in 2003, and Doctor Costa about continuing the physiotherapy.

"The worst is over but I still have to try to move my right arm as little as possible.”

The Italian will be joined on the sick list by team-mate Toni Elias who is returning from a fractured shoulder picked up in a crash at Assen. After being forced to miss out on the Dutch and British rounds, the Spaniard is still suffering but will try to return to action on the RC211V.

“It's been a tough three weeks because the shoulder has been really painful," Elias said. "It hurts every time I move my arm and I can't even rest properly because it is even painful when I lay down.

"I've tried to recover as quickly as possible by having two sessions with the physiotherapist each day," he added. "I want to race even though I am aware it will be very difficult and painful. I don't know how the shoulder will react to the demands of the bike at a circuit like Sachsenring.”





www.eurosport.com

alexito
07-14-2006, 12:25 AM
http://img112.imageshack.us/img112/2193/diapo0309qr.jpg
http://img162.imageshack.us/img162/4346/diapo0312fh.jpg
http://img162.imageshack.us/img162/5249/diapo0564og.jpghttp://img112.imageshack.us/img112/4631/diapo0921be.jpg
http://img133.imageshack.us/img133/7913/diapoa0478jz.jpghttp://img234.imageshack.us/img234/6018/diapoa0847qe.jpg
http://img133.imageshack.us/img133/2474/diapoa0726xy.jpg
http://img133.imageshack.us/img133/1373/diapoa0835td.jpg

alexito
07-14-2006, 12:29 AM
http://img157.imageshack.us/img157/1142/diapoa0853eb.jpg
http://img108.imageshack.us/img108/4962/diapoa0875oc.jpg
http://img108.imageshack.us/img108/3696/diapoa0908zw.jpghttp://img108.imageshack.us/img108/7317/diapoa0926tx.jpg
http://img157.imageshack.us/img157/3866/diapoa0968hn.jpg

NINA_BCN
07-14-2006, 10:16 AM
¡¡¡La virgen!!! ¡¡Qué horror de trofeos!!! :tape: :tape:

alexito
07-14-2006, 09:59 PM
http://img266.imageshack.us/img266/8972/125q13mf.jpg
http://img264.imageshack.us/img264/8162/250q19bj.jpg
http://img266.imageshack.us/img266/2848/mgpfp21lz.jpg

alexito
07-15-2006, 02:04 PM
:bigclap: :bounce: DANIEL PEDROSA POLE POSITION :bounce: :bigclap:

alexito
07-15-2006, 02:18 PM
http://img89.imageshack.us/img89/2042/pedrosa1uf5.jpg
http://img82.imageshack.us/img82/572/pedrosa2vj1.jpg

alexito
07-15-2006, 02:20 PM
http://img148.imageshack.us/img148/249/mgpq1bq7.jpg

alexito
07-17-2006, 04:13 PM
http://img297.imageshack.us/img297/9927/mgpraceyy5.jpg
http://img294.imageshack.us/img294/2496/mgpwsvr5.jpg

alexito
07-17-2006, 04:14 PM
http://img289.imageshack.us/img289/1122/250raceqm9.jpg
http://img396.imageshack.us/img396/2746/250wsil9.jpg

alexito
07-17-2006, 04:15 PM
http://img396.imageshack.us/img396/3686/125racewl0.jpg
http://img289.imageshack.us/img289/9671/125wscq3.jpg

NINA_BCN
07-27-2006, 09:30 AM
Ufffffffff, desde que me fui de vacaciones este thread está más muerto que muerto. :o Para ponerlo al día voy a añadir una foto del podio del pasado GP. Ya más adelante iré colocando noticias de interés. ;)



http://www.mcnews.com.au/motorcycleracing2006/motogp/rnd11/gallery_a/images/GPpod_06GP11_4420_AN.jpg


Increible: Dani sonriendo. :lol:

NINA_BCN
07-28-2006, 11:19 AM
Rossi Sees Title Slipping Away
Mon 24 Jul, 10:09 AM


Valentino Rossi has all but written off the MotoGP world title after failing to finish the American Grand Prix in scorching temperatures at Laguna Seca.

Rossi's Camel Yamaha's water-cooling system gave out with just one lap of the 32- lap race remaining as the Italian world champion saw home-hero Nicky Hayden pull 51 points ahead of him in the championship.

As American Hayden survived track temperatures of 56 degrees at the California circuit, Rossi suffered his third no score of the season.

Rossi had battled through from 10th on the grid to fourth when tyre problems forced him to drop his pace before the water-cooling system failed and he was forced to stop.

With Hayden now leading Spanish Repsol Honda team-mate Dani Pedrosa by 34 points and Rossi down in fourth, the seven-times world champion is resigned to giving up the crown.

Rossi said: "Now we're 51 points down on Hayden with only six races left, so for the first time I will race for the rest of the season without thinking about the pressure of the championship.

"My plan is to have a lot of fun over the remaining races and try to win as many as possible, and then who knows what might happen."



http://www.tdleague.com/images/69owns.gif

Suzi
07-28-2006, 03:23 PM
Raaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa

Suzi
07-28-2006, 03:30 PM
Gibernau undergoes second collarbone surgery
http://pix.crash.net/thumbs/232424.jpg
After returning from back-to-back races in Germany and America, it was discovered that the titanium plate inserted into Sete Gibernau's broken collarbone had 'weakened'.

Gibernau sustained the broken left collarbone when he collided with Ducati Marlboro team-mate Loris Capirossi during a first corner pile-up - that subsequently involved four other riders - at the Catalan Grand Prix on June 18th, the first of five races to be held in six weeks.

The Spaniard immediately underwent an operation at Barcelona's Dexeus Hospital, where surgeons Xavier Mir and Ignacio Ginebreda removed a plate from a previous incident and replaced it with a larger titanium one.

After going through the necessary period of convalescence and receiving the OK from doctors to race again, Gibernau returned to the track on his factory Desmosedici GP6 for the German and US GPs.
On both occasions Sete realised that his left shoulder was weak, but as he didn't feel any pain he continued to stoically ride through practice, qualifying and race on both weekends, finishing eighth and tenth in difficult events for Ducati and Bridgestone.

But, as soon as he returned from the USA, Sete went to Barcelona for a check-up and an X-ray scan revealed complications, caused by a weakening of the plate itself.

To avoid any further problems, Mir and Ginebreda decided to strengthen the main plate bolt and boost the bone healing process with injections of 'growth factors' extracted from the rider's own blood.

Gibernau underwent the second operation on Wednesday and was able to return home on Thursday.

Gibernau's recovery time should be quicker than following the first operation and Dr. Mir maintains that Sete will be able to take part in the next race - but only a medical check scheduled for Wednesday 2nd August will establish whether or not the Ducati rider can race in the next round of the MotoGP World Championship, the Czech Republic Grand Prix at Brno on August 20.

NINA_BCN
07-28-2006, 03:40 PM
:unsure: The spanish TV commentators said that he was losing feeling in some fingers of the left hand during the practice sessions in Laguna. :o

NINA_BCN
07-28-2006, 03:46 PM
A pic of the guys that went to the Chinese Theatre in L.A. From left to right: Shinya Nakano, John Hopkins, Sete Gibernau, Colin Edwards, Nicky Hayden, Randy Mamola and Casey Stoner.

http://img156.imageshack.us/img156/8352/47241693161lc6.jpg

NINA_BCN
07-28-2006, 08:30 PM
This pic is for Suzi: a young Sete. ;)

http://i104.photobucket.com/albums/m199/NuRy_RoSSi/puaj.jpg

Suzi
07-28-2006, 10:05 PM
:spit: :rolls:

NINA_BCN
07-28-2006, 10:21 PM
I have more piccies for you. :aplot:

Showing his torso ('05 season):

http://img482.imageshack.us/img482/5139/gibernaushirtless1ed.jpg


Showing his back & butt:

http://i14.photobucket.com/albums/a339/gatitu/18241_news.jpg

Suzi
07-28-2006, 10:28 PM
omg the butt one :haha: :rolls: :spit: :haha: :rolls: :spit:

NINA_BCN
07-28-2006, 10:34 PM
A :drool:fest with...James Toseland!!!! :drool: :drool:

http://i3.photobucket.com/albums/y88/Antonella_bcn1/14em1.jpg http://i7.photobucket.com/albums/y283/Xiombarg/Toselandtorso.jpg

http://i7.photobucket.com/albums/y283/Xiombarg/Toselandcara.jpg




:drool: :drool: :drool: :drool: :drool: :drool: :drool: :drool: :drool: :drool: :drool: :drool:

Suzi
07-28-2006, 11:34 PM
:inlove:

NINA_BCN
07-28-2006, 11:36 PM
:hearts: :inlove: :drool: :hearts: :inlove: :drool: I want him in MotoGP NOW!!!!!!! :devil:

Suzi
07-28-2006, 11:43 PM
if he was in motogp omg i think i may have a heartattack :drool:

NINA_BCN
07-28-2006, 11:58 PM
Me too!!! :hearts:

NINA_BCN
07-29-2006, 03:51 PM
This pic was taken some days before of the US GP. :lol: Vale...your dear Uccio is a lil' bit :rolleyes: It's time for meeting new people, don't you think?? :aplot:

http://img291.imageshack.us/img291/6987/gplagunasecaucciodedoarflechitastt8.jpg

Suzi
07-29-2006, 03:55 PM
:spit:

NINA_BCN
08-03-2006, 08:45 AM
Latest MotoGP news: Biaggi might ride a satellite Ducati in 2007. :aplot: We'll know more about it at the end of the summer holidays. ;)

NINA_BCN
08-03-2006, 10:20 AM
Max in his early years. :aplot: GP of Vallelunga '90 (italian championship).


http://www.menstennisforums.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=95776

Riders:
1st Fausto Gresini!! :lol:
2nd Doriano Romboni
3rd & small pic Max Biaggi :haha: :haha:

alexito
08-03-2006, 01:25 PM
yo desapareci de aca porque era el unico bol... que ponia cosas aca.

aca en mi rinconcito estoy solito, todos se fueron de vacaciones.

asi que me la paso en otros forums.

NINA_BCN
08-03-2006, 01:29 PM
Pues yo ya he vuelto. :p Así que...a la mínima que encuentre una noticia nueva (ojalá que pronto digan algo más de Biaggi) la pongo. ;)

alexito
08-03-2006, 02:52 PM
biaggi no me interesa en lo mas minimo

a mi poneme noticias de pedrosa o sete. vos que estas ahi te enteras mas cosas que yo , noticias sobre ellos

o tambien de vale

Suzi
08-03-2006, 03:03 PM
omg Rossi's hair twin has entered "Love Island"

http://loveisland.itv.com/Images/Content/News/RegularImages/289.jpg

NINA_BCN
08-03-2006, 05:20 PM
omg Rossi's hair twin has entered "Love Island"

http://loveisland.itv.com/Images/Content/News/RegularImages/289.jpg
:spit: :haha: :haha:


Hijito, yo pongo lo que sale. Más no puedo hacer. :o

Suzi
08-04-2006, 09:28 AM
'Nothing confirmed' for Rossi at Rally NZ.

http://pix.crash.net/thumbs/186498.jpg

Rally New Zealand claims "nothing is confirmed" regarding the possibility of MotoGP world champion Valentino Rossi competing in the penultimate round of the 2006 World Rally Championship.

Rumours have been gathering pace that the Italian will drive a Subaru in the gravel based event, which takes place on November 17-19 - almost three weeks after the 2006 MotoGP season finale at Valencia.

As yet, there has been no comment from Subaru or Rossi, but an update of sorts was provided in an official Rally NZ newsletter: "The rumours still circulate concerning a possible appearance of motorbike superstar Valentino Rossi but as of yet, nothing is confirmed. We will keep you updated."

Rossi, a long time rally fan, began his association with Subaru when he visited the team's headquarters shortly after the 2005 British Grand Prix. The Doctor went on to drive an Impreza during several winter events - and notably beat former world champion Colin McRae on his way to second in the Monza Rally, which takes place within the grounds of the famous Italian race track

NINA_BCN
08-04-2006, 10:28 AM
Thank you!!! :kiss:


Btw, SBK World Championship lands in UK this weekend, in Brands Hatch. :aplot: C'mon James!!! :bounce:

Suzi
08-04-2006, 10:43 AM
:o no way ahhhhh i dont even know wheres brands hatch is :haha:

NINA_BCN
08-04-2006, 11:03 AM
Brands Hatch Circuit
Fawkham,
Longfield,
Kent DA3 8NG
Tel: 01474 ......
Fax: 01474 ......

http://www.motorsportvision.co.uk/images/circuits/brands-hatch-route.gif

Brands Hatch is situated on the A20 near West Kingsdown. Just 3 miles from junction 3 (Swanley) of the M25, it is linked via the A20 to the M20 and M25/26 motorways.
Regular services to Swanley station operate from London Victoria.

:p

Suzi
08-04-2006, 12:16 PM
wow thanks now i can stalk him :lol:

nah too far i stick with donnington, to be honest with ya i dont even know where silverstone is as well :lol:

NINA_BCN
08-04-2006, 02:14 PM
SILVERSTONE CIRCUIT :aplot:
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE
NN12 8TN
TEL: 08704 ......
FAX: 08704 ......

Silverstone circuit is extremely easy to find, being located on the A43 dual carriageway between Towcester and Brackley in Northamptonshire. The circuit is just 65 miles from Birmingham and 80 miles from London.

http://www.silverstone-circuit.co.uk/images/contact/map.gif


FROM THE SOUTH
M40 exit at Junction 10. Join A43 signposted to Northampton. Silverstone is signposted from the A43.
M1 exit at Junction 15a. Follow signs for the A43 to Oxford. Silverstone is signposted from the A43.

FROM THE NORTH
M40 exit at Junction 11 and follow A422 to join the A43 at Brackley. Join A43 signposted to Northampton. Silverstone is signposted from the A43.
M1 exit at Junction 15a. Follow signs for the A43 to Oxford. Silverstone is signposted from the A43.

NINA_BCN
08-04-2006, 04:01 PM
Foggy Will Find Home For Toseland :crazy: :banana:
Thu 03 Aug, 3:09 PM


Legendary racer Carl Fogarty is promising fellow Briton James Toseland a MotoGP ride next season - if only the four-time World Superbike champion can form a team in time.

With the Foggy Petronas World Superbike outfit destined to die a death at the end of the current season, Fogarty is seeking pastures new and has confirmed World and British Superbike options as well as interest in adding to the MotoGP field for 2007.

But first Fogarty needs to secure finance.

Meanwhile, Winston Ten Kate rider Toseland, who won the world championship on the factory Ducati machine in 2004, has already been linked with a possible move to MotoGP next season.

But the Isle of Man-based Toseland currently lies third in the 2006 rankings and has plenty of hard work ahead of him if he is to catch leader Troy Bayliss, who stands 74 points clear of the Englishman and 63 in front of second-placed Noriyuki Haga.

But Fogarty said: "James is an aggressive rider and if he wanted a MotoGP ride, I would give him one.

"I own all the infrastructure for the team and getting bikes won't be a problem so all we need is the sponsorship deal to be slotted into place and we can go racing next year.

"We have developed a fantastic infrastructure throughout this project and that would be at the disposal of any new venture, although it's still too early to say in which series or with which manufacturer we'll be racing next year because we have yet to secure a new sponsor.

"There are a lot of options and discussions are going on at the moment.

"I'm optimistic something might happen within the next couple of months because a lot of major decisions seem to be taken during August and September."

Heading into the championship's British round at Brands Hatch this weekend, Foggy Petronas racer Steve Martin lies 25th and fifth-last in the rankings with just four points while Craig Jones has yet to register a solitary point so far in 2006.

Fogarty said: "I remember the first time we got the bike out on the track for practice at a race meeting there was a tear in my eye.

"We had built something which was drawn on a scrap of paper into a bike which could go racing.

"And in some ways it will be emotional to appear for the last time in the UK as Foggy Petronas Racing.

"For their part, Petronas have been delighted with the way the project has worked.

"But for my part, there has been the frustration of not winning races and not being as competitive as we would like to have been.

"But we are very much in the shop window this weekend and I'm sure everyone will see we're still putting as much effort into our final few races as we have throughout this project."





My dreams will come true!!!! :woohoo:

Suzi
08-04-2006, 04:48 PM
:nerner:

and about James :drool: well thats cool cos if he does i may see him at Donnington :aplot: :p

NINA_BCN
08-04-2006, 04:54 PM
:nerner:

and about James :drool: well thats cool cos if he does i may see him at Donnington :aplot: :p
Me in Barcelona and Valencia (the Champions' day is celebrated there, too). :aplot: :woohoo:


Please, Foggy!!! You can do it!!!! :angel:

Suzi
08-04-2006, 04:59 PM
indeed :aplot:

NINA_BCN
08-04-2006, 05:05 PM
:drool:

Suzi
08-06-2006, 06:50 PM
ahhhhhhhhhhh although he didnt win today he stil;l looked scrummy :drool:

alexito
08-06-2006, 08:21 PM
lei que lo operaron otra ves a sete? bue, menos mal que estan en vacaciones, tiene tiempo a recuperarse

que carreron que hizo hoy alonso, con piso mojado se vino de fondo hasta el primer lugar, y perdio la carrera por culpa del equipo que no le puso bien la rueda.

schumacher perdio por su propia culpa, por no cambiar neumatico como todos.

bajo presion, schumacher comete mas errores que alonso.

hace como 1 año que fernando no abandona una carrera, y esta no fue por su culpa.

wolviebabe
08-07-2006, 02:59 PM
Mientras tenemos unas mini vacaciones de Moto GP, Mick Doohan sale en las noticias.... y no precisamente relacionado con las motos....

Doohan charged on strip assault

August 07, 2006 05:54pm
FORMER world motorcycle champion Mick Doohan will face court in Darwin tomorrow charged over a fracas at a strip club.

Doohan, 41, of the Gold Coast, has been charged with assaulting a bouncer at Darwin's Honeypot Club early on Saturday, the ABC and the Gold Coast Bulletin reported.
Northern Territory police refused to confirm Doohan was involved, but said a 41-year-old man arrested at 3am on Saturday morning had been charged with assault and failing to leave licensed premises.

"(He was) bailed to appear tomorrow in the Darwin Magistrates' Court," a police spokeswoman said.

Doohan's publicist Mike Porter said he had received legal advice not to comment on the alleged incident, saying only that "certain processes are in place".

Doohan, a five-times 500cc world champion, took out the title every year between 1994 and 1998.

He was forced to retire from racing in 1999 when he suffered massive injuries in a crash in Spain.

A friend of Doohan's, former heavyweight boxer Joe Bugner, says the bike champion's alleged clash with a bouncer is out of character.

"Under the pressures that Mick went through in his racing days, he knows how to control himself and this is totally out of character," Bugner said on Channel 10.

"Strip club, or whatever club it is, I mean leave the man alone. He is who he is, and he is one of the most recognised racing bike riders in the history of the world."

NINA_BCN
08-07-2006, 08:20 PM
:confused: ¿Ein? ¿Doohan? :confused: :scratch: :confused: :eek: Anonadada estoy. :tape:

NINA_BCN
08-08-2006, 12:48 PM
Australia's ex-world motorcycle champ Doohan fined for headbutt
Tuesday August 8, 5:40 PM

SYDNEY (AFP) - Former five-time world motorcycle champion Mick Doohan has been fined 2,500 dollars (1,875 US) for headbutting a bouncer at a Darwin strip club.

Darwin magistrate Greg Cavanagh said Doohan, 41, had besmirched the reputation he earned by winning the 500cc world championship title five successive times from 1994 to 1998.

"You, Mr. Doohan, are one of our Australian heroes, a legend, a shining example of success, courage and achievement -- a man a lot of young men aspire to follow," Cavanagh said when handing down his sentence.

"You have besmirched your reputation in a way that saddens us all. We expect our heroes to be and remain flawless, and when they reveal themselves to have all the weaknesses and faults of mere mortals, it rather upsets us." :tape:

Prosecutors told the court Jones was repeatedly asked to leave "The Honeypot" nightclub in the northern town of Darwin after he began to remove his clothes in the early hours of last Saturday morning.

He allegedly told bouncer Adrian Hyde: "If you ever want to work in Darwin again I suggest that you leave me alone."

When Hyde tried to pin his arms and eject him, Doohan swung his head and butted the boucer in the face with the back of his head.

Doohan pleaded guilty to assault and failing to leave a licenced premises.

Cavanagh took the plea into account when he fined Doohan and declined to record a conviction against him.

Doohan's lawyer John Reeves said his client was embarrassed by the incident, which was "completely out of character".

Reeves apologised on Doohan's behalf to the bouncer, the police and the court.

alexito
08-08-2006, 01:11 PM
el que este libre de pecado que arroje la primera piedra

todo el mundo criticando a alonso, porque no se miran un poco en el espejo

NINA_BCN
08-09-2006, 09:40 AM
:confused: ¿Qué tiene que ver Alonso en todo esto? :o Estamos hablando de un aspecto totalmente extradeportivo. Aquí Fernando no pinta nada, que yo sepa. :shrug:




*edit* ¿O es que estaba él metido tambiénen el strip club? :aplot: :lol:




:p

Suzi
08-17-2006, 01:20 PM
ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh hhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh hhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh hhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh hhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~

Gibernau forced out of Czech GP

Ducati rider Sete Gibernau has been forced to miss this weekend's Czech MotoGP in Brno because he has still not recovered from his broken collarbone.
Gibernau made a two-race comeback after suffering the injury at the Catalan Grand Prix in June, but a doctor ruled that he was not fully fit to race.

Alex Hofmann, who stood in for Gibernau at the Dutch and British Grands Prix, will deputise for him once again.

All being well, Gibernau should be fit to return in Malaysia on 10 September.

Spaniard Gibernau, who is 13th in the championship standings, said he was concentrating on making sure he would be as competitive as possible when he was fit to race again.

"We decided that the best way forward is for me to continue my recovery, because the most important thing is that I return to racing in the best possible condition, rather than just to make up the numbers," he said.

"My team have treated me like family since I first joined them, which is something I appreciate very much, especially during difficult moments like these."

alexito
08-17-2006, 02:49 PM
yes, I'm sorry :sad:

http://img118.imageshack.us/img118/3140/sete01yq5.jpg

alexito
08-18-2006, 02:13 PM
primer tiempo para valentinooooooooooooooooooooo

volvio de las vacaciones con todooooooo

alexito
08-18-2006, 02:21 PM
http://img226.imageshack.us/img226/6746/mgpfp2ip3.jpg

Suzi
08-18-2006, 02:41 PM
bah humbug i'm only interested in 125cc this weekend :p

alexito
08-19-2006, 02:07 PM
yessssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss

VALENTINO ROSSI POLEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE

NINA_BCN
08-19-2006, 02:15 PM
bah humbug i'm only interested in 125cc this weekend :p
:hug: :hug:

Suzi
08-19-2006, 02:20 PM
even worse Krustys on pole :p

NINA_BCN
08-19-2006, 02:50 PM
C'est la vie!! :p


http://images.motogp.com/multimedia2/478/478327.jpg

Suzi
08-20-2006, 12:49 PM
:spit: omg just seen caffe latte's advert on eurosport jeez!!! :rolls:

bavaria100
08-20-2006, 01:52 PM
Alex Hofman sucks :o

NINA_BCN
08-20-2006, 02:34 PM
Alex Hofman sucks :o
:hug: :hug:



Great avatar, btw. Jenson was exultant that day. :lol:

alexito
08-20-2006, 03:51 PM
http://img201.imageshack.us/img201/9969/mgpraceih3.jpg
http://img201.imageshack.us/img201/7476/mgpwsoz6.jpg

NINA_BCN
08-22-2006, 08:40 AM
Brno MotoGP test times - Monday.
Mon 21 Aug, 9:50 PM


Following Sunday's Czech Republic Grand Prix, round twelve of the 2006 MotoGP World Championship, 17 of the 19 riders returned to Brno on Monday for the start of a two day test...


Leading test times - Brno day one:

1. Valentino Rossi ITA Camel Yamaha Team 1min 57.315 secs

2. Nicky Hayden USA Repsol Honda Team 1min 57.653 secs

3. Marco Melandri ITA Fortuna Honda 1min 57.960 secs

4. Casey Stoner AUS Honda LCR 1min 58.172 secs

5. Shinya Nakano JPN Kawasaki Racing Team 1min 58.487 secs

6. Randy de Puniet FRA Kawasaki Racing Team 1min 58.542 secs

7. Loris Capirossi ITA Ducati Marlboro Team 1min 58.563 secs (990cc)

8. Kenny Roberts Jr USA Team Roberts 1min 58.587 secs

9. Carlos Checa SPA Tech 3 Yamaha 1min 58.757 secs

10. Makoto Tamada JPN Konica Minolta Honda 1min 58.758 secs

11. Dani Pedrosa SPA Repsol Honda Team 1min 58.782 secs

12. John Hopkins USA Rizla Suzuki MotoGP 1min 58.978 secs

13. Chris Vermeulen AUS Rizla Suzuki MotoGP 1min 59.120 secs

14. Colin Edwards USA Camel Yamaha Team 1min 59.158 secs

15. Toni Elias SPA Fortuna Honda 1min 59.435 secs

16. James Ellison GBR Tech 3 Yamaha 1min 59.580 secs

17. Loris Capirossi ITA Ducati Marlboro Team 1min 59.600 secs (800cc)

18. Sylvain Guintoli GBR Tech 3 Yamaha 2min 0.023 secs

Suzi
09-06-2006, 11:12 PM
Alicia i bring bad news :p

Toseland to stick with Superbikes www.bbc.co.uk

Former World Superbikes champion James Toseland has decided to stay in the competition next year rather than moving up to MotoGP.
The 25-year-old Ten Kate Honda rider said he did want to compete in MotoGP but was prepared to bide his time.

"After careful consideration I would like to reclaim the Superbike crown for Honda and Ten Kate," said a statement on his website.

"I enjoy working with the team and I am therefore happy to wait one more year."

Toseland became the category's youngest champion when he won the title in 2004 with Ducati.

The following year he finished fourth, before his move to Honda, and he currently lies second in this year's standings behind runaway leader Troy Bayliss.

"The Ten Kate Honda has been fantastic this year and the team is a highly professional outfit," he said.

"After a strong winter testing programme and development of the Electronic Management System, the bike will put me in a strong position for next year's championship."

NeverSayDie
09-09-2006, 04:21 PM
http://www.motogp.com/en/motogp/motogp_news.htm?menu=news&news_id=17765&championship_id=3&section=2

Rossi is on pole because of qualifing cancellation (rain washout)

Rossi :woohoo:

Suzi
09-09-2006, 04:55 PM
bummer :p

NeverSayDie
09-10-2006, 10:44 AM
yaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay Rossi wins Malaysian GP :dance:

Sunday's Moto GP result:

1 V Rossi (It) Yamaha 43:07.829
2 L Capirossi (It) Ducati 43:08.678
3 D Pedrosa (Sp) Honda 43:11.692
4 N Hayden (US) Honda 43:13.609
5 S Gibernau (Sp) Ducati 43:17.130
6 J Hopkins (US) Suzuki 43:18.910
7 K Roberts Jr (US) Team Roberts 43:19.667
8 C Stoner (Aus) Honda 43:20.096
9 M Melandri (It) Honda 43:22.848
10 C Edwards (US) Yamaha 43:27.738

bad gambler
09-10-2006, 10:46 AM
Great race, that last lap was simply :cool:

Suzi
09-10-2006, 10:51 AM
i forgot it was at sepang :smash:

Betty
09-10-2006, 07:53 PM
Great race, that last lap was simply :cool:
:yeah:
grande Vale :banana:

Suzi
09-29-2006, 01:54 PM
:o

Ducati confirm Melandri approach

Ducati are in talks with Marco Melandri with a view to recruiting the Italian next season. General manager Livio Suppo confirmed they have made an approach but said the chances of closing a deal were no better than "50-50".

The Fortuna Honda man is currently third in the MotoGP championship but is believed to want a factory ride, and would replace Sete Gibernau, who has struggled to make an impression this season.

"It's 50-50. We contacted Marco before Malaysia and made him a firm offer in Australia," said Suppo.

"In the meantime, his victory at Phillip Island changed the landscape a bit, but I think he is interested in our proposal because we can offer him something Honda can't - a seat in a genuine factory team."

Melandri is currently racing for Fortuna Honda, with the factory machines taken by Nicky Hayden and Dani Pedrosa.

Ducati have enjoyed an excellent season with three race wins for Loris Capirossi. The veteran Italian is fourth in the points standings and might have become champion had it not been for a crash at Barcelona that forced him to race several events at well below 100%.

"This is our best season by far. Our increase in power is due to a combination of factors; the bike has progressed along with the Bridgestone tyres and Loris is like a fine wine, improving with age," Suppo said.

If Melandri does sign for the Italian marque, Spaniard Sete Gibernau will be dumped to make way. Kawasaki are thought to be ready to sign the nine-times GP winner if they lose their star Shinya Nakano.

In addition to that, the vacant seat at Fortuna Honda is likely to be fought for between Tech-3 Yamaha rider Carlos Checa and 250cc star Andrea Dovizioso.

NeverSayDie
10-14-2006, 04:39 PM
This thread needs a bump :p

Rossi takes Estoril pole position
Yamaha's Valentino Rossi kept his MotoGP world title dream alive as he qualified in pole position for Sunday's Portuguese Grand Prix at Estoril. Defending champion Rossi, who is second in the standings, set a time of one minute 36.200 seconds, ahead of team-mate Colin Edwards. Championship leader Nicky Hayden qualified in third place. With two races of the season left, Rossi trails Hayden by 12 points, and is his only serious title rival. Estoril is one of Rossi's favourite circuits, and is not one where Hayden has traditionally enjoyed good fortune. Rossi has won there four times and never missed the podium, whereas Hayden has not even made the top six in his last two visits, and has finished outside the top three in his last four races.

Portuguese MotoGP qualifying times (Sat):

1 V Rossi (It) Yamaha 1 min 36.200
2 C Edwards (USA) Yamaha 1:36.478
3 N Hayden (USA) Honda 1:36.549
4 D Pedrosa (Sp) Honda 1:36.569
5 C Stoner (Aus) Honda 1:36.702
6 J Hopkins (USA) Suzuki 1:36.790
7 S Nakano (Jpn) Kawasaki 1:36.790
8 S Gibernau (Sp) Ducati 1:36.940
9 C Checa (Sp) Yamaha 1:37.107
10 L Capirossi (It) Ducati 1:37.182


Rossi!!!!!!!!! :woohoo: The doctor is back in Estoril :banana:

Suzi
10-14-2006, 04:48 PM
pooface

as foe el guapo :smash:

NeverSayDie
10-14-2006, 07:33 PM
:confused:

NeverSayDie
10-15-2006, 06:58 PM
Portuguese Grand Prix result:

1 T Elias (Spn) Honda 46:08.739
2 V Rossi (It) Yamaha 46:08.741
3 K Roberts Jr. (US) KR211V 46:08.915
4 C Edwards (US) Yamaha 46:09.603
5 M Tamada (Jpn) Honda 46:27.158
6 J Hopkins (US) Suzuki 46:33.920
7 C Checa (Spn) Yamaha 46:38.087
8 M Melandri (Italy) Honda 46:40.552
9 C Vermeulen (Aus) Suzuki 46:48.856
10 R de Puniet (Fr) Kawasaki 46:50.235

Championship standings:

1 V Rossi (It) Yamaha 244 pts
2 N Hayden (US) Honda 236
3 M Melandri (It) Honda 217
4 L Capirossi (It) Ducati 209
5 D Pedrosa (Sp) Honda 202
6 K Roberts Jr (US) KR211V 126
7 C Stoner (Aus) Honda 119
8 C Edwards (US) Yamaha 117
9 J Hopkins (US) Suzuki 111
10 T Elias (Sp) Honda 106




:eek: What a race!!!! How angry was Hayden!!!!!!!!!! I dont blame him though i would be :rolleyes: Im sad Rossi didnt win but 2nd is good enough :yeah:

scarecrows
10-15-2006, 10:09 PM
thankfully justice exists in Moto GP

NeverSayDie
10-17-2006, 07:46 PM
Moto GP calendar 2007:


10 March - Qatar (Losail)
25 March - Spain (Jerez)
22 April - Turkey (Istanbul)
6 May - China (Shanghai)
20 May - France (Le Mans)
3 June - Italy (Mugello)
10 June - Catalunya (Barcelona)
24 June - Great Britain (Donington)
30 June - Netherlands (Assen)
15 July - Germany (Sachsenring)
22 July - United States (Laguna Seca)
19 August - Czech Republic (Brno)
2 September - San Marino (Rimini)
16 September - Portugal (Estoril)
23 September - Japan (Motegi)
14 October - Australia (Phillip Island)
21 October - Malaysia (Sepang)
4 November - Valencia (Valencia)




New MotoGP schedule :)

Suzi
10-17-2006, 07:49 PM
hmm donnington is earlier and assen is on my birthday :p

NeverSayDie
10-29-2006, 02:31 PM
OMG!!!!!!!!! What a race!!!!!!!!!!! Rossi crashed early giving the world championship to Hayden :bigcry: Its not letting me post an article about it :( But wow!!!!!!!! :eek:

Suzi
10-29-2006, 02:47 PM
Hayden claims shock world title

Nicky Hayden snatched the MotoGP crown from the grasp of five-time champion Valentino Rossi following a dramatic final race in Valencia on Sunday.

Rossi led the standings by eight points before the race but saw his hopes end after sliding out on lap five.

He got back on his Yamaha and finished 13th but American Hayden, 25, came home in third to take the title for Honda.

Australia's World Superbike champion Troy Bayliss, riding in place of the injured Sete Gibernau, won for Ducati.

Hayden's title chances looked over just a fortnight ago when he crashed out of the Portuguese MotoGP after being hit by team-mate Dani Pedrosa.

But the 'Kentucky Kid' bounced back to become the first American to win the premier class title since Kenny Roberts Jr in 2000.

"I'm just real, really proud," said an emotional Hayden after the race.

"You dream about being world champion and dedicate your whole life to it, so when it comes true it is very special.

"I may not always have been the fastest but every race I've tried my hardest."

Hayden enjoyed a 51-point advantage over Rossi, 27, in the standings after his victory in the US Grand Prix in Laguna Seca in July.

But the Italian clawed his way back into contention before taking over the lead at Estoril following Hayden's mishap.

British rider James Ellison finished the race 14th on the Tech 3 Yamaha to end the season in 18th position.


Spaniard Jorge Lorenzo won the 250cc title by finishing fourth on the Fortuna Aprilia in Valencia.
The race was won by San Marino's Alex de Angelis on the Master Aspar Aprilia as Lorenzo finished the season 17 points ahead of Italy's Andrea Dovizioso.

Britain's Chaz Davies was 21st in a wild-card ride on the Grillini Honda as fellow countryman Dan Linfoot failed to finish on the Winona Honda.


Hector Faubel won the 125cc race as his Master Aspar Aprilia team-mate and fellow Spaniard Alvaro Bautista, who was already world champion, finished fourth.
Britain's Bradley Smith was 12th on the Repsol Honda to finish his debut season in 19th.

scarecrows
10-29-2006, 03:21 PM
horrible

NeverSayDie
10-29-2006, 03:22 PM
Why wouldnt it let me post that? :confused: Anyway, im really shocked at what happened...Rossi!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :banghead: :rolleyes: Does anyone know what the problems were with his bike?

scarecrows
10-29-2006, 03:29 PM
Why wouldnt it let me post that? :confused: Anyway, im really shocked at what happened...Rossi!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :banghead: :rolleyes: Does anyone know what the problems were with his bike?

no problems with his bike

just with his head

Suzi
10-29-2006, 03:31 PM
i didnt watch it but glad i didnt coz el guapo was injured :tears:

NeverSayDie
10-29-2006, 03:34 PM
no problems with his bike

just with his head

Are you sure? :sad:

Suzi
10-29-2006, 03:38 PM
no problems with his bike

just with his head

surely he didnt turn into a Lorenzo

scarecrows
10-29-2006, 03:43 PM
Are you sure? :sad:

yeah, he fell in a left turn

started very bad and was rather nervous

NeverSayDie
10-29-2006, 03:52 PM
This sucks :ras: Hayden :ras:

Betty
10-29-2006, 05:13 PM
Vale :bigcry: :bigcry:
last sunday Shumi and now u :awww:
no lucky around those men :( :ras:

Fergie
10-29-2006, 05:14 PM
Poor Vale!!! :hysteric: :sobbing: :crying2:

NINA_BCN
11-12-2006, 09:46 AM
Hi people!! I'm back from Valencia. Yeah, the after party hangover is still with me. :lol: I saw Valentino falling in front of where I was and I couldn't believe it. I never expected that Nicky would win after the portuguese debacle. :rolleyes: But...c'est la vie!!! I'm very happy with this result. ;)

We'll have more MotoGP in few months...

CONGRATULATIONS BOYS!!!

http://i108.photobucket.com/albums/n28/NINA_BCN/Nicky/Champions_06GP17_3667_AN.jpg

NeverSayDie
11-12-2006, 01:30 PM
Hi people!! I'm back from Valencia. Yeah, the after party hangover is still with me. :lol: I saw Valentino falling in front of where I was and I couldn't believe it. I never expected that Nicky would win after the portuguese debacle. :rolleyes: But...c'est la vie!!! I'm very happy with this result. ;)

We'll have more MotoGP in few months...

CONGRATULATIONS BOYS!!!

http://i108.photobucket.com/albums/n28/NINA_BCN/Nicky/Champions_06GP17_3667_AN.jpg

:wavey: Wow you actually saw it happen? :eek: Im so jealous!! I couldnt believe it when Vale fell off either. I was so mad!!!! :mad: ;)

bovenbuuf
11-12-2006, 11:43 PM
yeah it was really an exciting season, especially between Nicky and Vale. Pity Vale had to loose the title this way.. but well its all in the game

Hope next year will be also that exciting. That would certainly be nice.

Suzi
11-12-2006, 11:46 PM
i have no idea bout this season :o didnt ven realise Faubel won 125 :eek: hahaha anyways alicia where have uve been :o kidding :hug: glad u seemed to had a good time!

bovenbuuf
11-12-2006, 11:50 PM
Thanks Suzi, sometimes its nice to watch something different then tennis. Certainly when there is not tennis at all.

Suzi
11-12-2006, 11:56 PM
yeah true but i havnt even been able to watch tennis :o

bovenbuuf
11-13-2006, 12:53 AM
I know waht you mean Suzi, its hard to watch a bit of tennis. And well if we do have tennis, its often the WTA tour....

NINA_BCN
11-13-2006, 05:33 PM
Btw, Suz, I have bad news for you. El Guapo has retired from MotoGP. :o

http://www.eurosport.co.uk/motorcycling/sport_sto1003821.shtml

TNX1.0E6TOPCA
03-26-2007, 09:58 AM
poor boy :sad:

Rallying-Dakar motorcycle rider Esteve suffers serious injuries
Sun Mar 25, 2007

MADRID, March 25 (Reuters) - Spanish motorcycle rider Isidre Esteve has lost the feeling from his waist down after crashing his KTM bike in a round of the Spanish all-terrain rally championship on Saturday.

Spanish media reported that Esteve, who has competed in the Dakar rally, suffered a heavy blow to his back after losing control of his bike and was taken to hospital in a helicopter.

A medical report from the hospital said that the rider had suffered severe damage to several vertebrae, injured his chest, lungs and broken several ribs.

TNX1.0E6TOPCA
04-08-2007, 08:32 PM
really bad news :sad:

Operation confirms paralysis for Isidre Esteve Pujol

KTM factory rider Isidre Esteve Pujol of Spain underwent surgery on Friday in Barcelona, Spain to stabilize a spinal injury sustained during a high speed crash last weekend.

The Spanish rider was injured while competing in the Spanish All Terrain Rally.

scarecrows
10-08-2007, 11:51 AM
so sad about this news :sad:

i still remember his crying after he won his first ever Moto GP race in Japan

http://www.japannewsreview.com/society/chubu/20071008page_id=2325

bad gambler
10-08-2007, 12:36 PM
Man that's awful news :(

scarecrows
10-08-2007, 12:46 PM
goodbye champion

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X2IjrExuoi8&mode=related&search=

Suzi
10-08-2007, 12:49 PM
omg :o thats so sad to hear :sad: my thoughts to his family!

scarecrows
03-07-2008, 12:13 PM
new season starts with the first ever GP held at night in Qatar
go Vale

bokehlicious
03-07-2008, 12:13 PM
Go Vale!

Mr Brightside
03-07-2008, 09:23 PM
Go Casey :dance:

Mr Brightside
03-09-2008, 09:47 PM
and Stoner starts with stile :dance:
Dovizioso :yippee:
Rossi :spit: it's time to retire :dance:

akki7147
07-21-2008, 01:37 PM
will rossi win this time???

Fizz
08-31-2008, 04:59 PM
GP CINZANO DI SAN MARINO E RIVIERA DI RIMINI - Misano Adriatico, Sunday, August 31, 2008


MotoGP Race Classification after 28 laps = 118.328 km

1 46 Valentino ROSSI ITA - YAMAHA
2 48 Jorge LORENZO SPA - YAMAHA
3 24 Toni ELIAS SPA - DUCATI
4 2 Dani PEDROSA SPA - HONDA
5 7 Chris VERMEULEN AUS - SUZUKI
6 52 James TOSELAND GBR - YAMAHA
7 65 Loris CAPIROSSI ITA - SUZUKI
8 4 Andrea DOVIZIOSO ITA - HONDA
9 33 Marco MELANDRI ITA - DUCATI
10 5 Colin EDWARDS USA - YAMAHA
11 50 Sylvain GUINTOLI - DUCATI
12 56 Shinya NAKANO JPN - HONDA
13 13 Anthony WEST AUS - KAWASAKI
14 21 John HOPKINS USA - KAWASAKI

http://img120.imageshack.us/img120/8472/rsmmotoxm8.jpg

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

250cc Race Classification after 26 laps = 109.876 km

1 19 Alvaro BAUTISTA SPA - APRILIA
2 72 Yuki TAKAHASHI JPN - HONDA
3 21 Hector BARBERA SPA - APRILIA
4 15 Roberto LOCATELLI ITA - GILERA
5 60 Julian SIMON SPA - KTM
6 58 Marco SIMONCELLI ITA - GILERA
7 12 Thomas LUTHI SWI - APRILIA
8 14 Ratthapark WILAIROT THA - HONDA
9 52 Lukas PESEK CZE - APRILIA
10 17 Karel ABRAHAM CZE - APRILIA
11 32 Fabrizio LAI ITA - GILERA
12 90 Federico SANDI ITA - APRILIA
13 43 Manuel HERNANDEZ SPA - APRILIA
14 94 Toni WIRSING GER - HONDA
15 35 Simone GROTZKYJ ITA - GILERA

http://img205.imageshack.us/img205/610/rsm250ip6.jpg

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

125cc Race Classification after 23 laps = 97.198 km

1 1 Gabor TALMACSI HUN - APRILIA
2 38 Bradley SMITH GBR - APRILIA
3 24 Simone CORSI ITA - APRILIA
4 93 Marc MARQUEZ SPA - KTM
5 18 Nicolas TEROL SPA - APRILIA
6 29 Andrea IANNONE ITA - APRILIA
7 11 Sandro CORTESE GER - APRILIA
8 77 Dominique AEGERTER SWI - DERBI
9 12 Esteve RABAT SPA - KTM
10 33 Sergio GADEA SPA - APRILIA
11 7 Efren VAZQUEZ SPA - APRILIA
12 6 Joan OLIVE SPA - DERBI
13 60 Michael RANSEDER AUT - APRILIA
14 99 Danny WEBB GBR - APRILIA
15 94 Jonas FOLGER GER - KTM

http://img120.imageshack.us/img120/9885/rsm125wl1.jpg

Fizz
08-31-2008, 05:00 PM
Pešek & Abrahám (finally good race :worship:)

:yeah:

Nedved Rosicky
09-01-2008, 06:36 AM
second fall in a row while leading, Stoner :rolleyes:

bad gambler
09-01-2008, 06:48 AM
This is the Stoner of 2006, always crashing :o

but-it's-ok
09-14-2008, 07:58 AM
A moto gp thread:woohoo: Thanks:worship:

Rossi on Pole for Indianapolis. Vamos Dani, get those new Bridgestones working:rocker2: Casey, stay on your bike for the whole of the race, please:) Old habits coming back to haunt you here Casey:awww:

I'm Di BTW, nice to be with fellow Moto GP fans:hug: to you all whoever you follow.

Nedved Rosicky
09-28-2008, 07:02 AM
Valentino :woohoo:
great race to clinch the Championship

the celebration :lol:

scarecrows
09-28-2008, 07:34 AM
Doohan :bigwave:

Nedved Rosicky
04-13-2009, 07:56 PM
2009 season starts
Stoner won the Qatar night race again

scarecrows
05-03-2009, 01:48 PM
one of the cleanest races from Rossi

nothing spectacular but he really needed his first race win for this year.
Always nice to see him win in Spain :devil:

Betty
05-03-2009, 01:52 PM
yes:devil:grande vale!!!!!!!!!!!

but-it's-ok
05-03-2009, 09:15 PM
Pity Dani couldn't sustain his lead,I'm still happy he got 2nd,he still has problems with a knee. Even the man himself is pretty delighted with even being on the podium-let alone 2nd. A small guy with a very big heart:rocker2:

Bradley:woohoo::banana:

Chair Umpire
11-13-2010, 09:46 PM
Woah. Not a single reply in here since 5/3/2009. :eek:

Congrats to Marc Marquez, Toni Elías and Jorge Lorenzo on winning their respectives championships this year. :woohoo:

http://www.hola.com/imagenes//actualidad/2010110847524/lorenzo/elias/marquez/0-156-684/campeones-motoGP--z.jpg

:worship: :worship: :worship:

bad gambler
11-13-2010, 10:02 PM
Lorenzo dominant from start of the season to the end

Filo V.
03-20-2011, 08:48 PM
Anyone just watch the Qatar GP? Looks like Honda is going to be super tough to beat this season, specifically Stoner. But Lorenzo is amazing and did a second place even with a power deficit. He is so fast, even faster than Valentino now? VR46 placed 7th with a bad shoulder.

scarecrows
03-20-2011, 09:27 PM
Stroner will be tough to beat this year, only Lorenzo has a slight chance to stop him
seems like the gaps have gone bigger this season, very few races might be decided in the last lap

Filo V.
06-05-2011, 02:09 PM
Stoner is the fastest rider this year but Lorenzo is the most consistent race in and out. Casey just won the Cataluyna GP over Lorenzo with Spies on the podium.

With Pedrosa having shoulder problems, it looks like this is a two man battle between Stoner and Lorenzo.

Filo V.
07-24-2011, 11:20 PM
So the season is really developing nicely, but the Yamaha isn't as good as the Honda and I can't see Lorenzo winning the title this year, unless Stoner falls in a race. Today Stoner just came on at the end and won in Laguna Seca easily. He's really good at controlling pace so his tires don't wear. Jorge is having to push every lap to keep ahead of Pedrosa and Stoner in the races.

What's still most surprising this year is how far off Ducati is, Valentino and Hayden are just not remotely capable of fighting with Honda and Yamaha.

bad gambler
07-25-2011, 12:34 AM
Basically this season comes down to how well Stoner manages his tyres during the races because the Yamaha's can't match the race pace of Honda in most circuits

Filo V.
04-09-2012, 01:13 AM
After a disastrous 2011, X Fuera won the first race of 2012 in Dubai proving he is simply the best rider on the grid with his tires :worship:

Casey just didn't manage his tires well enough and then his right arm gave out on him. He blamed it for why he lost. Hopefully in Jerez Jorge wins in front of the home country fans and shows Casey that things are different this season :yeah: