Yep. Rain does not always produce great racing.
Although it did today!
I found all of them to be uncomfortable viewing though, the Moto3 in particular where every 10 seconds the camera seemed to be cutting to someone picking the bike up from the gravel.
Wonderful ride by Rossi (the younger), great for the French crowd and motorsports in that country. I admire Zarco going for it in the Moto2 and trying to accomplish the same in that class, doesn't that JiR bike of his look lovely? Feel very sorry for De Puniet in the GP - how do you surpass Toseland's home effort at Donington in '08 (who the circuit commentators were talking up to the point of him winning the race) who was spinning on his head by the first corner? Answer, don't even make it to the starting line
Great to see V. Rossi on the podium in the GP's, and I don't think anyone will begrudge him being there. I was holding my breath then he was passing Stoner, I'm sure I couldn't be the only one imagining Stoner to have more problems with the Ducati front end!
Lorenzo is rapidly turning into a machine, for me he has to be the 'Rafael Nadal' of bike racing at the moment. Beautiful ride, and suddenly made the fight for the championship a lot more interesting!