March 26, 2003, 09:33
Can Capirossi win at Suzuka?
ngeliat hasil IRTA ... (motograndprix.tiscali.com) Capirossi nyaris 1 detik lebih cepet dari Rossi.
Capirossi : 1'43"634
gw gak sabar bgt nunggu race pertama mereka di Suzuka awal april ntar.
March 31, 2003, 06:38
Kapan sih persisinya perdana Motor GP...(gua agak susah cari tau agenda balapan gitu..)
March 31, 2003, 11:21
Em.... cepat juga ya...
Btw, mo ngebahas tentang otomotif, bisa di website gw...
Silakan gabungan... :)
April 06, 2003, 06:14
give applauses to the winner of suzuka....
VALENTINO ROSSI!!!:rock :rock :bravo: :bravo: :salut:
April 06, 2003, 06:23
April 06, 2003, 15:34
Rossi lagi.... Rossi lagi! :D
April 07, 2003, 08:56
rossi did win .... as always!!
tapi gw berduka cita banget dgn terjadinya tragedi di awal lomba yg memakan korban ... rider favorite gw .. Daijiro Katoh.
Katoh finghting for his life
Kato 'Fighting For His Life'
Former 250cc world champion Daijiro Kato is fighting for his life in a Japanese hospital after a serious crash during the MotoGP race at Suzuka.
Kato crashed his Telefonica Movistar Honda during the early stages of the Suzuka race won by Valentino Rossi on a Repsol Honda.
Kato was flown to hospital with serious head, neck and chest injuries after crashing on the third lap, and, according to an official Honda statement, is in a coma and fighting for his life.
The statement read: "Japanese rider Daijiro Kato crashed heavily on lap three of the Japanese Grand Prix, at Suzuka, today.
"Kato was treated at trackside and at the circuit medical centre before being airlifted to hospital at Yokkaichi.
"He underwent a CAT scan that revealed he has sustained serious head, neck and chest injuries in the crash.
"Kato is in a coma, his condition is critical, and he is fighting for his life.
"Our thoughts are now with Kato's family, his friends and his team, at this moment.
"Should the hospital staff issue further medical bulletins on Daijiro's condition in the near future we will communicate this to all our colleagues."
Kato's Spanish team-mate Sete Gibernau finished the race in fourth but called on everyone involved in GPs to act on safety concerns.
"What can I say? I think I don't have to explain my feelings, this is a tragedy," said Gibernau.
"As riders we arrive at point when we are all involved in this and we will have to sit down and analyse the situation."
Rossi said: "It is special for Honda and 25 points for me at the beginning of the championship is important. But after hearing about Kato nothing is very important.
"The victory means nothing at the moment and all our thoughts are with Kato San."
MotoGP Race Director Paul Butler said: "We don't know what caused the crash, but what we all know is that it was in the braking zone approaching the chicane.
"There are no marks on the track and, as we always do in these cases, we have reviewed the video evidence from the live television feed and the closed circuit cameras but frankly we are none the wiser to what caused this very tragic accident to happen.
"This accident could have occurred at any circuit in the world. I would like to add that we are all thinking about Kato San at this time and our sincere thoughts go out to his family, friends and team."