Join Date: Mar 2010
Location: Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
Yes it's good to see the Ducati's up there but the FP2 was a wet session, and times were more than 10 seconds off the pace of FP1 which was dry.
Look at Pedrosa's times in FP2 in comparison, man he hates the wet.
Riders like Stoner and Hayden that have a dirt riding back ground, will always do well in slippery conditions.
The track looks great, especially that big ass sweeper into the downhill straight. Should see some nice 'backing in' into the hairpin at the bottom.
I hope Ducati have found something this weekend.
Last edited by Tard; Sep 17th, 2010 at 6:06 pm.