MotoGP » Capirossi has 'unfinished business' – even after 20 years


Rizla Suzuki MotoGP star Loris Capirossi reveals that two decades on from making his debut on the world stage in 125cc, he remains as motivated as ever heading into the 2010 campaign in the premier class, with 'unfinished business' still to resolve

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Plaggie - Unregistered

February 02, 2010 2:43 PM

A wonderful, determined guy. For the past 20 years!!

I really hope he can make an better effort than last year. Maybe in some uncertain conditions he gambles right and put himself back on the podium.

I think 2010 should be his last MotoGP season.

PIT BULL - Unregistered

February 02, 2010 4:10 PM

Loris is a great talent, even now. I would love to see him and Alvaro propel Suzuki to the sharp end. I think Ducati made a big mistake when they lost him. Anyway, thats all history.
I really wish Loris, Ingrid and little Ricardo a stellar season. Loris could easily and arguably have handed Ducati their first MotoGP crown in 2006, but for the fickle finger of fate in Catalunya that year.
mmm...Graziano beget Vale. Loris beget Ricardo... wheels keep turning.

mr softy

February 02, 2010 7:26 PM

caparossi - gibernau = world champion

damned sete cost him his only chance at the title. little fella must be gutted

best o luck this this year capa ( but your rizla will prob be sh** again ! )

MICK - Unregistered

February 02, 2010 10:08 PM

Ive watched you race for the last 20yrs & thoroughly enjoyed every minute of it. In true "pit bull" style you gave it absolute 100% effort.I still believe you,re capable of more podium finishes & if Suzuki listen to what you tell them & give you what you ask for,then a podium is imminent!!!!!!!!!!!! Best of good fortune for 2110 Loris. :) :) :)

aeolus

February 02, 2010 11:26 PM

Him and McCoy. At this stage they aren't going to risk a painful crash and no real talent would sink their career on their rides. They'll just ride off into the sunset. Eventually.

nj - Unregistered

February 02, 2010 11:57 PM

Mr Softly, at least Gibbers didn't ram him on purpose, unlike the Cappo's efforts on Harada back in the 250 days.

Can't see that Suzuki has done anything that will let him have a show of getting a win this year let alone a podium.

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