MotoGP » Rossi’s missing white line explained.

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Tell it like it is - Unregistered

July 21, 2009 11:20 AM

Complete non-story. Nothing better to write about?

Gives the Rossi haters some more ammunition though does'nt it Bub! Dorna conspiracies, Rossi favouritism etc etc, to make them feel better. :rolleyes: :rolleyes:

edward kemper

July 21, 2009 12:25 PM

gee lets see...

'overnight specials' are back...



bridgestone has developed new teleportation technology to 'beam' the custom made 'rossi specials' in from japan! wow! these barstards will go to any length to prop rossi up! :?

Q: how stupid can one person be?
A: very very!

Bob Buttamasangy

July 21, 2009 12:58 PM

Get it right deadward, DORNA, not bridgestone are the ones that benefit the most. Until the teams choose their tyres in an open forum, I will not be convinced that there aren't politics involved to increase profits at any cost. Personally, I think you are a very naive fanboy for believing it is not at least slightly possible. We know by last years times how much better the tyres could be, along with this years improvement in machinery, a personalised tyre could make a massive difference. I s'pose you're a DORNA fan to deadward?

gonen6t - Unregistered

July 21, 2009 1:21 PM

I'm a 46 fan, but this seems a bit fishy concerning the White line, that was not really there. If it was a trick from the 46 camp, it was a one off, and surely will not be used again.

I dont see how it was a trick, they posted the correct tyre choices on screen and the commentator s also mentioned them . Is it because everybody needs to know why tyre Rossi is on so they can copy.. I'm baffled as to what the moaning is about.. unless it's just sore loser.. besides there is no rule saying yu have to tell everyone what tyre your on. BS were out of order enforcing it... We get to find out what their racing anyway so bin the white lines you vain to55ers..

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