MotoGP » Rossi targets Sachsenring, but admits work to do

Valentino Rossi says that his Misano fitness test was a positive one, but accepts that he is not yet 'race ready'.

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Aloof_101 - Unregistered

July 08, 2010 6:55 AM

Shoulder is starting to be a little worrying, shoulder injuries have seen a few top riders jack it in.
BAllsy that he's back on though, who says todays riders aren't tough? *Wayne Gardner*

vendez - Unregistered

July 08, 2010 7:05 AM

It will be great if Rossi comeback in Sachsenring. But if he's not fully recovered I'd rather Rossi waits till he's fit (Brno?) and being consistent till end of the season...

justforfun - Unregistered

July 08, 2010 7:05 AM

Rossi is desperate to come back soon and give Jorge a challenge. IMO Rossi feels there is still a chance to steal the championship away from Jorge if he comes back sooner than later. He wants to win the championship one more time for Yamaha.

something fishy - Unregistered

July 08, 2010 7:18 AM

Someone's lying...
First he has a horrific leg fracture that'll take months to heal, now he's riding and planning to race at the next meet...something just doesn't ring right.

His shoulder, he hasn't had time to fix that ?, sheesh.

Instead of returning to race prematurely he should ensure that his "horrific fracture" is 100% healed, ego versus body, body will always win, it doesn't matter how much you want to do something if your body has physical limitations then you can't be competitive, simples really.

it must really piss off V-R that J-Lo is on track to win the championship, does V-R really think he can make up the points difference ?.

I thought V-R was smarter than his ego.

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