MotoGP » Rossi 'must hit back at home'.

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Jacko - Unregistered

September 01, 2009 8:51 PM

It's the begining of the end. Lorenzo is the future. It's time to dump the yellow T shirts (they just look gay away from the circuit anyway). A few more wins from Jorge and watch the fans switch behind him. He's the most exciting thing to happen to motogp for years. Vamos Jorge!!

AvTech 37 - Unregistered

September 01, 2009 9:22 PM

Lorenzo is good and a world champion in the making (IMO) but he's got a long way to go before he topples Rossi.
As for not needing Stoner back..... talk sense guys, please. He may not be the PR golden ticket of some of his rivals (he's certainly not my favourite) but he can certainly make the Ducati fly. MotoGP needs all the help it can get so top riders like Stoner are missed when they depart.
Please feel free to replace the un-imaginative heirarchy at Dorna but don't hit out at the guys that add to the spectacle.


September 01, 2009 9:24 PM

anyone remember Ayrton im rainy Monaco,crashing from enormous lead , just because he wasn't in mood to cruise to victory?
no one said that he's finished .
greatest ones are never finished , there are numerous examples for that .
in a meantime , little spoiled kids will argue , as always , without proper respect for sport and great ones.

Por Fuera!

September 01, 2009 9:39 PM
Last Edited 2192 days ago


Again,to everyone still discussing the Rossi crash.

It was rider error.

Rossi has been around that turn a million times to know there's no grip outside the racing line. Even Rossi himself admits it "like a man".

Stop making excuses for an obvious rider error.


And yeah Rossi will hit back.

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