MotoGP » Rossi tests pain, needs rear grip


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mephmyplant - Unregistered

May 01, 2010 2:24 AM

Rossi for the title from Stoner Lorenzo Hayden all within 35points. Hayden will be on fire this season and win races. They all get paid loads to ride and rossi's injury hasnt seemed to slow him down. Hats off to all the riders across all classes who choose to ride with bad injures,double hard different breed.

Ty46 - Unregistered

May 01, 2010 8:26 AM

I hate this Yamaha bike already. The design of the bike was supposed to give more rear grip, but it gives even less, than last year's bike. I hate setup problems.

Issor Onitnelav - Unregistered

May 01, 2010 12:16 PM

His fate is not in his own hands these days. If his rivals crashed or was down with sickness he wins. If it rained he loses. There is always the possibility of someone pulling a Toni Elias move on him at lap 1 too.

Issor Onitnelav - Unregistered

May 01, 2010 12:32 PM

@Morgue
Sorry for you but I will never talk down on a racer who rides through injury,
no matter what words you try to put in my mouth.

You have a short memory? Did you not say Stoner's sickness was psychosomatic in nature? Someone put that into your mouth?

LeeHigh1

May 01, 2010 2:17 PM

Hello again DJ. I'm not sure about the wife comment. :? I know it was a joke and my wife, god rest her soul, would never have done such a thing. :p Anyway, I'm guessing that it is difficult for people to support the series and all it's competitors. Though I never said in my post "Rossi is the greatest", he does have the most WCTs than anyone in his era. You cant copare to people he has never raced with but you can against the ones he has. BTW, my wifes not dead, but i keep praying.... :) :)

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