F1 » Rossi: Former F1 champ Raikkonen 'is not very fast'

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October 02, 2009 2:12 PM

Rossi, don't forget to remind him of wearing extra helmet and a special leather suit with air-bag when racing on a two-wheeled against u.

that man surely doesn't know his limitation. at least he must know who he is talking to. even Schumacher put his hat off of u.


October 02, 2009 2:19 PM
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It wouldn't surprise me if this actually happened! Rossi and Alonso in a Ferrari F1 car - no problem. Rossi and Alonso in a Fiat Rally car - no problem. Only issue would be which bike they used... If it happened, my bet would be that they'd use a superbike like Yamaha R1 or Ducati 1098... rather than MotoGP.

Unlikely, but nice fantasy.

Fireblader - Unregistered

October 02, 2009 2:27 PM

Fantasy Races:-
Rossi v Alonso in F1? winner Alonso
Rossi v Alonso in Rally car? winner Rossi
Rossi v Alonso on Bike? winner Rossi

Alonso is a legend. VR is more of a legend and I don't think it would take hime long to get faster than Alonso in an F1. I'm pretty sure he will go car racing when he finishes MotoGP. the question is though, would it be F1 or WRC. He has made no secret of the fact that he loves rallying and seeing him in Wales last year, I've no doubt he could succeed.

kimi rules - Unregistered

October 02, 2009 2:33 PM

i think he should become a motorsport analyst.....he think he knows everything..but he is wrong...he should see the race of belgium...

and also massa has never been on podium before accident in hungrary..but kimi was on podium in monaco.

kimi rules...

rossi is a fool big time

daves - Unregistered

October 02, 2009 2:38 PM

if those people who think they have read that rossi said kimi is not fast period, try reading it again, he clearly means since he won the title.the fast kimi has been absent without leave, that is why he lost his drive at ferrari.

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