MotoGP » Rossi fracture pinned during successful surgery


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dethklokrules

June 05, 2010 7:23 PM

I hope he takes a pass on the rest of the season. The man certainly has nothing to prove by rushing his return, and his demand during silly season won't diminish a bit.

From what I understand it's a very nasty bone to break and the rehab is intense. I wish him the best in his recovery and hope to see him in top shape again.

Betcha the 3rd factory Yamaha rider gets his seat. What I wonder is who fills in for Ben @ Tech?

muggs - Unregistered

June 05, 2010 7:27 PM

I really hope for a speedy and full recovery to Vale the championship is not the same without him. It can be said now that the championship is #99s to lose. It must be said that by rule Yamaha has 3 races to fill Vales place this race included. I wonder who will get moved up.

JOHN - Unregistered

June 05, 2010 7:34 PM

Quite nasty but we have seen it with all riders, past and present. :-o Was only going to be a matter of time for Rossi, very lucky it wasnt more serious as happened to Wayne Rainey at this same circuit that left him in a wheelchair. I think Vale has nothing left to prove and perhaps ought to call it a day. In the old days of 500cc this was very common - I think Vale may have got off lightly but wish him well in his recovery. :blush:

Its just a broken leg - the mans not dead, old ellison didnt get this much fuss and hes already back wanting to race, he'll recover and be back by the end of the season, was looking forward to seeing 99 beat 46 at mugello i guess someone should have told vale to finish first first you have to finish? And to go to a decent hairdresser?

Sick Cylinder - Unregistered

June 05, 2010 7:40 PM

Hoping for a full and speedy recovery.

I'm curious what will happen to Rossis bike - presumably the sponsors will want another rider on it as Rossi will be out for at least 6 races.

Locks46+91+38&2

June 05, 2010 7:44 PM

What can i say this is a big blow. I know this sort of thing happens and is part of the sport. But Valentino Rossi isn't just another sport star he is like a friend to a lot of his fans all over the world. Well that is how i see him and i am totally gutted.We will now get a preview of what it will be like without him at the race tracks.As i have already said iam gutted.All the best to you Vale .

Locks46+91+38&2

June 05, 2010 7:52 PM
Last Edited 1631 days ago

@ Its a broken leg big deal you are an a*s* hole . And you are wrong about James Ellison as i was one of the people who posted a message to him and also a message to his father in law who was good enough to post a reply on this site.Could be you just couldn't be a*s*d to read the stuff that was posted.We don't need s*i*h*l*s like you stinking up the place.

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