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Old 05-15-2009, 02:43 AM   #1
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MGP France *Possible Spoilers*

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Pole Position: Left
Length: 4,185 m / 2.6 miles
Width: 13 m
Right corners: 9
Left corners: 4
Longest straight: 450 m / 0.280 miles

Circuit records:
MotoGP 1'34.215 – V. Rossi (ITA), ’08, Yamaha
250cc 1'39.666 – M. Simoncelli (ITA), ’08, Gilera
125cc 1'43.918 – P. Espargaro (SPA), ’08, Derbi

2008 winners:
MotoGP V. Rossi (ITA), Yamaha
250cc A. Debon (SPA), Aprilia
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GP125 FP1 Results:

1 29 Andrea IANNONE ITA Ongetta Team I.S.P.A. Aprilia 1'45.258 218.889
2 60 Julian SIMON SPA Bancaja Aspar Team 125cc Aprilia 1'45.469 219.869 0.211
3 33 Sergio GADEA SPA Bancaja Aspar Team 125cc Aprilia 1'45.486 220.633 0.228
4 6 Joan OLIVE SPA Derbi Racing Team Derbi 1'46.061 218.358 0.803
5 38 Bradley SMITH GBR Bancaja Aspar Team 125cc Aprilia 1'46.087 219.824 0.829
6 77 Dominique AEGERTER SWI Ajo Interwetten Derbi 1'46.181 222.726 0.923
7 93 Marc MARQUEZ SPA Red Bull KTM Moto Sport KTM 1'46.205 218.093 0.947
8 7 Efren VAZQUEZ SPA Derbi Racing Team Derbi 1'46.380 221.130 1.122
9 12 Esteve RABAT SPA Blusens Aprilia Aprilia 1'46.439 221.266 1.181
10 24 Simone CORSI ITA Jack & Jones Team Aprilia 1'46.626 215.482 1.368
11 45 Scott REDDING GBR Blusens Aprilia Aprilia 1'46.675 218.800 1.417
12 17 Stefan BRADL GER Viessmann Kiefer Racing Aprilia 1'46.803 220.183 1.545
13 44 Pol ESPARGARO SPA Derbi Racing Team Derbi 1'47.033 217.347 1.775
14 11 Sandro CORTESE GER Ajo Interwetten Derbi 1'47.073 218.181 1.815
15 8 Lorenzo ZANETTI ITA Ongetta Team I.S.P.A. Aprilia 1'47.179 218.358 1.921
16 99 Danny WEBB GBR Degraaf Grand Prix Aprilia 1'47.252 220.994 1.994
17 14 Johann ZARCO FRA WTR San Marino Team Aprilia 1'47.310 213.059 2.052
18 16 Cameron BEAUBIER USA Red Bull KTM Moto Sport KTM 1'47.644 219.601 2.386
19 35 Randy KRUMMENACHER SWI Degraaf Grand Prix Aprilia 1'48.119 219.244 2.861
20 94 Jonas FOLGER GER Ongetta Team I.S.P.A. Aprilia 1'48.275 217.041 3.017
21 71 Tomoyoshi KOYAMA JPN Loncin Racing Loncin 1'48.616 213.819 3.358
22 69 Lukas SEMBERA CZE Matteoni Racing Aprilia 1'48.669 215.956 3.411
23 5 Alexis MASBOU FRA Loncin Racing Loncin 1'48.858 213.143 3.600
24 73 Takaaki NAKAGAMI JPN Ongetta Team I.S.P.A. Aprilia 1'48.913 214.243 3.655
25 50 Sturla ***ERHAUG NOR Red Bull KTM Moto Sport KTM 1'49.063 212.724 3.805
26 32 Lorenzo SAVADORI ITA Fontana Racing Aprilia 1'49.207 212.514 3.949
27 18 Nicolas TEROL SPA Jack & Jones Team Aprilia 1'49.397 217.216 4.139
28 36 Cyril CARRILLO FRA TJP-TVX Racing Honda 1'49.415 208.413 4.157
29 52 Steven LE COQUEN FRA Villiers Team Competition Honda 1'50.034 206.224 4.776
30 53 Jasper IWEMA NED Racing Team Germany Honda 1'50.902 214.285 5.644
31 48 Gregory DI CARLO FRA Equipe de France Honda 1'51.311 212.640 6.053
32 87 Luca MARCONI ITA CBC Corse Aprilia 1'52.299 206.738 7.041
33 10 Luca VITALI ITA CBC Corse Aprilia 1'52.452 212.975 7.194
Out of limit time
49 Ornella ONGARO FRA Xtrem Racing Team Honda
66 Matthew HOYLE GBR Haojue Team Haojue
88 Michael RANSEDER AUT Haojue Team Haojue

GP250 FP1 Results:

1 19 Alvaro BAUTISTA SPA Mapfre Aspar Team Aprilia 1'39.302 263.414
2 4 Hiroshi AOYAMA JPN Scot Racing Team 250cc Honda 1'39.415 259.865 0.113
3 63 Mike DI MEGLIO FRA Mapfre Aspar Team 250cc Aprilia 1'39.501 261.185 0.199
4 40 Hector BARBERA SPA Pepe World Team Aprilia 1'39.894 261.311 0.592
5 58 Marco SIMONCELLI ITA Metis Gilera Gilera 1'39.935 258.249 0.633
6 12 Thomas LUTHI SWI Emmi - Caffe Latte Aprilia 1'40.046 262.072 0.744
7 15 Roberto LOCATELLI ITA Metis Gilera Gilera 1'40.268 259.179 0.966
8 75 Mattia PASINI ITA Team Toth Aprilia Aprilia 1'40.315 259.740 1.013
9 6 Alex DEBON SPA Aeropuerto-Castello-Blusens Aprilia 1'40.493 259.117 1.191
10 52 Lukas PESEK CZE Auto Kelly - CP Aprilia 1'40.669 257.818 1.367
11 16 Jules CLUZEL FRA Matteoni Racing Aprilia 1'40.917 259.490 1.615
12 14 Ratthapark WILAIROT THA Thai Honda PTT SAG Honda 1'40.960 258.064 1.658
13 35 Raffaele DE ROSA ITA Scot Racing Team 250cc Honda 1'40.983 258.126 1.681
14 55 Hector FAUBEL SPA Valencia CF - Honda SAG Honda 1'41.095 255.258 1.793
15 17 Karel ABRAHAM CZE Cardion AB Motoracing Aprilia 1'41.120 259.179 1.818
16 25 Alex BALDOLINI ITA WTR San Marino Team Aprilia 1'41.350 256.714 2.048
17 47 Angel RODRIGUEZ SPA Balatonring Team Aprilia 1'41.403 259.677 2.101
18 10 Imre TOTH HUN Team Toth Aprilia Aprilia 1'41.586 261.374 2.284
19 48 Shoya TOMIZAWA JPN CIP Moto - GP250 Honda 1'42.091 249.422 2.789
20 53 Valentin DEBISE FRA CIP Moto - GP250 Honda 1'44.187 249.249 4.885
21 56 Vladimir LEONOV RUS Viessmann Kiefer Racing Aprilia 1'44.727 247.139 5.425
22 77 Aitor RODRIGUEZ SPA Milar - Juegos Lucky Aprilia 1'44.825 255.439 5.523
23 7 Axel PONS SPA Pepe World Team Aprilia 1'45.163 254.476 5.861
24 8 Bastien CHESAUX SWI Racing Team Germany Honda 1'45.639 242.261 6.337
Out of limit time
54 Toby MARKHAM GBR C&L Racing Honda

MotoGP FP1 Results:

1 4 Andrea DOVIZIOSO ITA Repsol Honda Team Honda 1'36.136 282.574
2 27 Casey STONER AUS Ducati Marlboro Team Ducati 1'36.194 287.846 0.058
3 14 Randy DE PUNIET FRA LCR Honda MotoGP Honda 1'36.293 285.412 0.157
4 7 Chris VERMEULEN AUS Rizla Suzuki MotoGP Suzuki 1'36.301 274.529 0.165
5 3 Dani PEDROSA SPA Repsol Honda Team Honda 1'36.476 274.181 0.340
6 46 Valentino ROSSI ITA Fiat Yamaha Team Yamaha 1'36.751 285.865 0.615
7 99 Jorge LORENZO SPA Fiat Yamaha Team Yamaha 1'37.024 265.878 0.888
8 33 Marco MELANDRI ITA Hayate Racing Team Kawasaki 1'37.024 281.763 0.888
9 65 Loris CAPIROSSI ITA Rizla Suzuki MotoGP Suzuki 1'37.224 280.446 1.088
10 5 Colin EDWARDS USA Monster Yamaha Tech 3 Yamaha 1'37.269 269.058 1.133
11 24 Toni ELIAS SPA San Carlo Honda Gresini Honda 1'37.270 266.403 1.134
12 52 James TOSELAND GBR Monster Yamaha Tech 3 Yamaha 1'37.738 263.994 1.602
13 36 Mika KALLIO FIN Pramac Racing Ducati 1'37.800 271.016 1.664
14 59 Sete GIBERNAU SPA Grupo Francisco Hernando Ducati 1'37.875 279.286 1.739
15 69 Nicky HAYDEN USA Ducati Marlboro Team Ducati 1'38.032 279.503 1.896
16 15 Alex DE ANGELIS RSM San Carlo Honda Gresini Honda 1'38.323 268.123 2.187
17 72 Yuki TAKAHASHI JPN Scot Racing Team MotoGP Honda 1'38.639 275.019 2.503
18 88 Niccolo CANEPA ITA Pramac Racing Ducati 1'39.116 258.311 2.980
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Repsol Honda’s Italian rider Andrea Dovizioso was not getting ahead of himself on Friday after topping the timesheets at Le Mans.


After Andrea Dovizioso finished fastest in Friday’s opening MotoGP practice of the Grand Prix de France, he was keeping his feet firmly on the ground at the end of session that was cut in half by a rain shower on 35 minutes.

Dovizioso lay in second place early in the session before going top at the half-way point, immediately before rain began to fall and he headed back into the pits along with his premier class colleagues.

Though several riders, including Dovizioso, returned to the damp track, the Honda man’s rivals were unable to better his fastest lap, and he chose not to ride many laps in the damp conditions, preferring to preserve his allocation of wet tyres.

Afterwards, Dovizioso was not reading too much into the Friday times, saying, “Well it was not a normal practice because we stopped at the midpoint of the session, but I’m happy because we have made a good start. We didn’t do too many laps, but we have a little bit of information on where we need to improve the bike. Although the lap times are not so fast and the practice was not too important it was still good to start in a positive position.”

He concluded, “I love this track and I have had many podiums here, so my expectations here are always high, but it is too early to make predictions. Especially with the weather being not so good, we have to wait and see what the conditions are like.
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The weather in Le Mans was true to form today, with the first day of practice for the French Grand Prix interrupted by rain. Valentino Rossi and Jorge Lorenzo, who were part of an all-Yamaha podium at this race last year, completed the session in sixth and seventh places respectively.

From this race onwards all practice sessions will last for one hour, as in previous years, which will give the riders an extra 45 minutes of track time across the three sessions. With about fifteen minutes of today's hour lost to the rain however this made no difference and the Fiat Yamaha pair are hoping for a little French sunshine tomorrow so they can make more headway with their settings. Both riders had used the rain break to make some modifications and were hoping to get a few more dry laps in at the end, but it began to spit with rain again after a lap and that spelt the end of today's track time.

Fastest man on the track this afternoon was Andrea Dovizioso with Rossi 0.615 seconds off him with a time of 1'36.751, set just before the rain came, and Lorenzo a further 0.273 seconds adrift of his team-mate.

Valentino Rossi - Position: 6thTime: 1'36.751Laps: 18
"We always seem to have bad luck with the weather here! The conditions weren't easy today, it was quite cold and the track wasn't so good, and then it rained and so we couldn't use all of the session. It was still useful to get some laps done in the dry though, even if we couldn't learn as much as we would have liked to today. Every lap has it's own small problems and during the first rain break we made some modifications to our setting and actually I was quite confident that we were on the right track. We hoped to get a few more laps before the end of the session once the rain stopped but unfortunately it started again and so we had no real chance to check our work. We know we're fast in the rain but I prefer it dry…the problem is that you never know with Le Mans, the weather seems to change every five minutes!"

Jorge Lorenzo - Position: 7thTime: 1'37.024Laps: 19
"It's a pity about the rain because we needed the time today, but this is the situation so we have to deal with it. I just hope it doesn't continue. At least we had some dry track time but the situation of the track wasn't so good and I was quite slow. We need time at each circuit to learn how our bike works with the Bridgestone tyres and we didn't really have enough time today, but we will keep trying tomorrow and hopefully we can improve our pace."

Davide Brivio - Team Manager
"Luckily we had 30 minutes before it rained, because we know that this is going to be a difficult weekend where the weather is concerned. It looks like it's going to be unsettled for the next two days so we have to take what we learnt today and use it to the best of our advantage. We still need to do some work because we didn't really get the chance to check the work we did today, so we're looking forward to more time on-track tomorrow."

Daniele Romagnoli - Team Manager
"This difficult weather doesn't help our job plan! We were able to do half the session in the dry, which was useful, although it was very cold. It was interesting to see our pace and understand our potential, but we definitely have some work to do tomorrow. Let's hope for a dry day."
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Mixed weather conditions disrupted early preparations for the Monster Yamaha Tech 3 Team's home race in Le Mans today, Colin Edwards and James Toseland ending a rain-hit opening practice session in 10th and 12th on the timesheets.

On a day of typically unpredictable Le Mans weather conditions, the session started on a dry track despite earlier rain showers and Edwards and Toseland quickly set about utilising an extra 15 minutes of set-up time available. Practice has reverted back to a one-hour format in Le Mans having been run over 45 minutes at the first three races.

American Edwards had just moved into the top ten with a best time of 1.37.269 when rain started to fall with 25 minutes remaining. Edwards and Toseland were forced into the pits for 15 minutes before conditions improved. But almost immediately after returning to the track, further light rain started to fall, bringing an end to any meaningful testing ahead of Sunday's 28-lap French MotoGP race.
Edwards, who was third in a clean sweep of the podium by Yamaha last season, is confident he can significantly improve the set-up of his YZR-M1 machine, having encountered some small issues this afternoon.

Toseland too is confident he can improve his best lap time of 1.37.738 after he evaluated a longer wheelbase setting on his YZR-M1 machine in the limited dry track time available.

This weekend's race marks a special anniversary for the Tech 3 Team, which celebrates its 20th season of Grand Prix world championship competition in 2009.

Colin Edwards 10th 1.37.269 – 18 laps“It was a really weird day to be honest and I'm a bit confused. My record proves that I like this track and we know the Yamaha is a really strong package in Le Mans, but right from the start nothing really seemed to work. It's obvious we've got a couple of small issues to solve for tomorrow because Valentino (Rossi) and Jorge (Lorenzo) are not up near the top either. So out of the box nothing really seems to be working and that is very strange. From my side I just don't feel comfortable. Braking and corner entry I'm not that confident and I was running wide quite a lot. It felt like we had a lot of weight on the rear but I need to get my thinking head on tonight, sit down with my guys and figure something out. We'll check over some data with Yamaha too because right now I'm a little bit confused. But we've definitely got to do something to make it more comfortable. I know this is a massively important weekend for the Monster Yamaha Tech 3 Team. It's an awesome achievement for them to be involved in the world championship for 20 years. I'll be trying my best to give them something to celebrate on Sunday.”

James Toseland 12th 1.37.738 – 16 laps “I think I'm going to stop saying I need more time on the track, because when I do something makes sure it doesn't happen. >From the off we're not too far away but we need time to try things on the bike. I'm sure the guys behind me are saying the same thing, but we still need to find a comfortable setting and it is a frustrating scenario when you only have one session on a Friday. We made the wheelbase longer to get a bit more stability from the bike and I did eight laps and we made some changes based on comments about the good and bad points. But then it started raining so I couldn't see if the changes were moving me in the right direction. I'm looking to be more comfortable and not feeling so on the limit not doing the quickest times. When the bike is not set-up right you always feel on the limit even though the lap times are not as fast as they should be. We'll find what I need but you need to be out on the track to find it. I really want to get a good result this weekend given that this is the home race for Tech 3, and the team is celebrating its 20th anniversary. It's incredible to think they have been racing in Grand Prix since I was eight years old! I'd love nothing more though than getting a good result for the team in France.”
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the Doctor looked comfortable out there today no worries
Edwards was impressive all session, not sure where Pedrosa pulled that lap from


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the Doctor looked comfortable out there today no worries
Edwards was impressive all session, not sure where Pedrosa pulled that lap from


Go 46 Go wahoooooooooooooooooooooooo
I think the nurse was worried all day long until they made the final adjustments. Go Dingo!!!!!!!!!!!! we just need a top 3 here.
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so where is the nurse???? That's right he is a NOOB, he was speeding on the pits, what is it CMRA or WERA?

Dingo did some good damage control, we are looking good, two more tracks and we are on dingos territory.
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so where is the nurse???? That's right he is a NOOB, he was speeding on the pits, what is it CMRA or WERA?

Dingo did some good damage control, we are looking good, two more tracks and we are on dingos territory.

The Doctor reminded us all that he is actually human like everyone else
Speeding in the pitlane, what a NOOB wish I could ride half as well as the NOOB

Talking of Noobs, did you see Moaner come onto the straight shaking his head at the pit wall and get blitzed
fell off my chair laughing
Lorenzo was masterful
Marco produced the ride of the day what a class act.
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HANDS DOWN TO MARCO!!!!

Lorenzo played that one right..........showed quite a bit of racing maturity there.
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