MotoGP » Rossi 'must hit back at home'.


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Suzie - Unregistered

September 02, 2009 10:51 PM

We had a party to celebrate Motogp at Indy. And what a party it was. I am still deaf from the cheering that went on after Rossi crashed. We ended up having to order another 2 kegs of Bud in celebration of Rossi crashing. Lets hope he does not crash at Misano as the cost of kegs is not so cheap and I dont wish to lose my hearing anymore.

fan - Unregistered

September 02, 2009 11:10 PM

dont worry: the idiots will be back in their cages when rossi pulls in number 9.
Posted by Rossi Fumi

Not a chance. Us idiots will claim he only won because he had the best bike.

That's how it works here right?

If Rossi wins on the best bike it's because he has natural talent. If anyone else wins on the best bike they won only because of the bike. If Rossi crashes there was something wrong with the track/tires/weather/el nino/groundhog day/seagulls of the coast of Africa, but never his fault. If someone else crashes in Moto GP/F1/WSBK/NASCAR/Le Mans/AMA/BSB/WERA it's because Rossi was in thier head.

C'mon Edward, get current!!!!!!

Edward Cheaver - Unregistered

September 02, 2009 11:50 PM

Fan

You are correct, When Stoner and Hayden won the championships it was because they had rich parents who bought them the rides where they would just hop on the bike and it would do the rest. It would ride itself. They were media show ponies who would fly to race meetings in private jets.

Rossi on the other hand, was never given a thing, had to ride the worst bike in the world without any factory support. Rossi had to travel to Europe without family and friends and have to do it hard unlike Hayden and Stoner, who just walked right in. He had to earn the respect if the fans, other riders and teams. :rolleyes:

Did I just see a flying Llama??????????? :p

Dante - Unregistered

September 03, 2009 12:20 AM

You are idiot edward.

Vale's mum does not like planes so she does not fly. They do not allow Guido to fly in plane as well. So Vale does attend race meeting with mom or guido.

Vale does it very hard during race weekend.

fan - Unregistered

September 03, 2009 1:59 AM

Edward,

LMAO. Watch out for those Llama's!!!!!!!!!

I have the utmost respect for Rossi. He has earned everything he has achieved. He is the GOAT however, the rose colored glasses wearing lemmings around this place make it seem like he's winning a GP race on an SV650 with stock suspension.

brooksy - Unregistered

September 03, 2009 2:25 AM

Go Rossi

While i have your attention, all classes of racing is cutting back costs, so does this mean t-shirts amd merchandise will drop in there prices as well, come on guys we are not all rich you know.

Mr Burgess - Unregistered

September 03, 2009 8:21 AM

Well Edward and the rest of the haters i don't have much to say about your comments, i'll just let Rossi do the talking the only place where it matters- on the track. P.S. Suzie you'd better start ordering another keg of Bud, I've got a feeling you're going to need it to drown your sorrows. :)

Awar - Unregistered

September 03, 2009 8:38 AM

Rossifumi.... You think that Vale fell at Donington due to Dovi pressure?? More like that it was belting it down and it was just a mistake he made that caused him to fall..one that cost him the race. I was at Donnington, and Rossi was riding perfectly all weekend. He was feeling no pressure, and why would he? Who could ever cause him to feel under pressure?? And riding back up from 11th to 5th in what was it 6/7 laps surely would not have been possible if he felt under all this pressure you speak of??

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