MotoGP » Rossi defeats Lorenzo in Germany.

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The Morgue

July 19, 2009 2:22 PM
Last Edited 2481 days ago

Classic performance, exellent display of riding defensive lines. Brilliant.
Rossi is slowly and gradually pulling away in the championship.
It is hard work because Lorenzo is putting in a formidable resistance and I think this one will probably go all the way to the wire
Not bad for us spectators :)

James dad - Unregistered

July 19, 2009 2:42 PM

Yamaha FFS PAY the MAN Rossi & Lorenzo dream ticket.
Rossi Champion this year
Lorenzo Champion Next
With To52er getting his P45 this year so Ben Spies can do his apprenticeship on a Tech3 with Edwards, prior to joining Lorenzo on Rossi's bike when he retires God what A team
So come on Yamaha Pay up and give us punters Racing like we saw today for the next 3 years.

BULENT - Unregistered

July 19, 2009 2:46 PM

First Part: Casey & Rossi Co-Actors: Dovi & Lori
Second Part: Rossi & Lori Co-Actors: Dovi & Casey

Final: Rossi and his victory.

It seems that Rossi will be favourite again in Donington because he is at top of his form!...

Well Done!

Heaven Calling - Unregistered

July 19, 2009 2:46 PM

James's dad you jokes are unfortunate to say the least.

JT's step dad committed suicide when JT's mum left him.
JT's step taught james how to ride.

Please be more respectful.

Read JT's book, it's for sale on Amazon.

Sukhoi 46

July 19, 2009 2:56 PM

This post is meant to be here. Regret cross posting.

These days I fell in love with Le Tour de France (as usual), could I safely say:

Armstrong - Rossi
Contador - Lorenzo
Cavendish - Dani/Stoner?

What say guys :) Go Rossi Go!!!!!

PS: Crash team, consider covering the world's most difficult sporting event :rolleyes:

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