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"The fireworks began just four minutes into the session after Alex Hofmann's customer Ducati blew up at the Angel Nieto corner. The German was sent sprawling into the gravel leaving oil and water on the racing line.
Many riders were on their initial out-lap behind Hofmann, and Valentino Rossi was first to crash out, the front end of the Yamaha sliding away from the Italian. Both Kawasaki pilots, Shinya Nakano and Randy de Puniet, followed the Doctor into the gravel, closely followed by Fortuna Honda's Marco Melandri and Team Roberts rider Kenny Roberts on the KR211V machine."


Well, that's an interesting strategy:D
 

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rcrob said:
"The fireworks began just four minutes into the session after Alex Hofmann's customer Ducati blew up at the Angel Nieto corner. The German was sent sprawling into the gravel leaving oil and water on the racing line.
Many riders were on their initial out-lap behind Hofmann, and Valentino Rossi was first to crash out, the front end of the Yamaha sliding away from the Italian. Both Kawasaki pilots, Shinya Nakano and Randy de Puniet, followed the Doctor into the gravel, closely followed by Fortuna Honda's Marco Melandri and Team Roberts rider Kenny Roberts on the KR211V machine."


Well, that's an interesting strategy:D
When all else fails ... OIL :D

Let's go Ducs!!
 

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rcrob said:
"The fireworks began just four minutes into the session after Alex Hofmann's customer Ducati blew up at the Angel Nieto corner. The German was sent sprawling into the gravel leaving oil and water on the racing line.
Many riders were on their initial out-lap behind Hofmann, and Valentino Rossi was first to crash out, the front end of the Yamaha sliding away from the Italian. Both Kawasaki pilots, Shinya Nakano and Randy de Puniet, followed the Doctor into the gravel, closely followed by Fortuna Honda's Marco Melandri and Team Roberts rider Kenny Roberts on the KR211V machine."


Well, that's an interesting strategy:D
MotoGP.com has the crash on video, unfortunately I'm not a member, yet...
 
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