MotoGP » Rossi tests pain, needs rear grip

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Guntown - Unregistered

April 30, 2010 7:16 PM

Hey, that was a massive cartwheel high-side that Lorenzo endured. It was impressive that he even rode in that race.

I'm sure Rossi will do well, not sure if he'll get a podium but for sure he'll be in the top five unless somebody takes him out. Hang in there Valentino!


April 30, 2010 8:10 PM

I know you're a kid sid so let me explain!

In the following two sentences the poster insinuates that Rossi rides injured frequently. I simply asked him (or her) to give me examples of the other times he has ridden injured.

"Rossi has never missed a race and if you recall his terrible fall in 2006 in Spain he still raced hurt. He does it time and time again."

And now, comprehend.....

Suzuki - Unregistered

April 30, 2010 9:06 PM

If I recall Rossi's fall in Assen 2006 was one of his worst fracturing a wrist during practice...he did race with a specially designed wrist support...rossi's not new to pain it's just rare that's why he is the master...back in the 125-250 days he would push the bikes till he fell to find the limit...just in case your new at this game

let's race

The Morgue

April 30, 2010 9:16 PM

So we have apparently 'progressed' to a stage where we have to count injuries or weigh their severity (if that is ever possible) in order to establish if a racer is either a 'moaner' or 'lucky' (speaking of black and white)?
What a sad, sad state this forum is in.
To all you hobbying medical 'experts' out there: get a hold of yourself and check your head.
Who was it that said: First remobe the splinter from your own eye...


April 30, 2010 9:27 PM
Last Edited 2197 days ago


I'm good. (Even your wife says so!) How are you? :)

I didn't disagree with your post but I have an idea as to why others did. Lets break it down.

"I just wanted to say, Rossi is made of 9 World titles." With this statment the Rossi fans want to be all over the agree button.

Then you end it with, "Go Spies!!!" Now you just lost the Rossi boys but you have sparked some interest from the Spies club. Those on the Spies side would also like to agree but then there was that positive Rossi stuff you started with.

When you say "Rossi's the greatest, Go Spies" at the same time everyone just gets all confused! :)


April 30, 2010 9:46 PM

Everytime I read one of your posts Morgue I agree about the sad state this forum is in!

You can make disparaging remarks about Caseys medical issues but no one may speak anything but praise for your boy Rossi!

After the last race you made a point of trying to devaluate Lorenzos achievment of second place with a broken bone in his hand. If Val doesn't get a good result I'm sure the shoulder injury will be valid excuse for you to use in his defense.

I got out my Webster dictionary and looked up hypocrit. Low-and-behold next to the definition was a picture of you! :rolleyes:

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