MotoGP » PICTURES: Rossi's 'dirty' fall.


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Bob Buttamasangy

August 31, 2009 12:51 AM
Last Edited 1825 days ago

Thanks 'dont worry Marty'.
... btw, it should be 'don't worry, Marty'.
Cheers.
PS. I would have used the " button instead of the ' button, but it got worn out on this site by dolts who keep quoting people. Hahahahahaha hahahahaha hahahahahaha!

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August 31, 2009 2:15 AM

Mr Rossi:
Thank you for accepting our compensation for keeping the championship close and viewers tuning in late in the season. We will make the deposit to your Suisse account as discussed.
-Dorna Accounting

Steve929

August 31, 2009 2:44 AM

I have to believe that Rossi understands that Lorenzo is very talented and is a genuine threat.

Rossi was 50pts ahead. Although keep in mind that Rossi nipped Lorenzo twice for wins .. meaning that it was very close to being Lorenzo victories. Lorenzo then made 2 mistakes and crashed giving Rossi a 50 pt advantage. They are much closer than the initial 50 pts indicated.

Now Rossi made an error and we're only 25pts separated.

Look at what Lorenzo did today. Despite previous crashes while leading, he passed Rossi very early instead of playing the safe follow the leader and waiting for race end to make a move.

These 2 FIAT guys will be giving us a show for the next races.

monster

August 31, 2009 5:43 AM

This site makes me laugh!

If this had been Jorge or Casey who had binned it there would be 165 posts from people saying "Valentino has got in Pedrosa/Lorenzo/Stoners head, he'll never win again blah blah blah"

Just read the posts before this one, "Oh dear" "never mind" and "these things do happen"

The bottom line is all the top riders crash, if they're riding near, at, or just over 100% of their ability, statistically they are going to throw it down the road sooner or later.

And the harder they are pushed, the more they will fall.

All the top riders have beaten each other more than once.

No one is "in" anyone's head, they are just riding the wheels off the things

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