MotoGP » Should Rossi move to Ducati? You say yes!

Almost 80 per cent of you think Rossi is doing the right thing by teaming up with Ducati for the next two years.

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Stoner NFI 46 - Unregistered

August 20, 2010 1:03 AM

@ westminster

You make my point for me, Rossi isn't waiting around because he knows Lorenzo is good enough.
By your logic Rossi only won previously because his Sat. night special Michys/Honda were better. The excuses for 06/7 betray the fact that your judgements are clouded by hero worship.


Anyone who vetos competitive teammates, refuses to share data, builds a wall, whilst maintaining a contrived media persona of the nice guy, has clearly plumbed the depths of shallowness.

Yellow glasses off boys. I love watching him race and win as much as you do, but in the face of potential humiliation he has chosen the safe way out.
If I'm proven wrong, you can serve the humble pie :)


August 20, 2010 1:59 AM

Yes of course, we say YES.
Italian on an Italian machine.
I hope he wins a few races next year, but a championship thats a stretch especially if Ducati have allready started work on the 2011 Bike.
Yes im a Rossi Fanboy and a Fanboy of the Moaner, but some of these Rossi fundalmentalists saying the greatest ever get your head out of your asses, this decade the best yes, legend yes, agreed.
Big hypotheticall put him on a factory 500, 1990 in my opinion the golden age of GPs Rainey,Eddie,,Doohan,Shwantz,Gardner,Win yes dominate no.
Salivating over 2012 999cc bikes, Ducati get it right watch out for the Doctor.


August 20, 2010 5:34 AM

You can't expect anybody to take you seriously when you have to resort to name calling to get some attention.

The only truth here, Bob, is that you have two faces.

"on equal machinery, George has PROVEN to be consistently quicker and more consistent."

It's not hard to be consistently quicker when your rival is out for four races and comes back with a bum leg. That comment alone probably sums up why most on this site think your an utter ****. You can't have your cake and eat it too, Bob.

IMO, you're either naive or stupid if you think that you know better than a multiple world champion as to what it takes to attain that status.

hillbilly - Unregistered

August 20, 2010 5:52 AM


George was clearly superior to Flo barring one race right up until he crashed out...any knucklehead could see this, but you still choose to ignore and run around in circles with your yellow undies strapped over your head. Flo won the first race...then finished behind George for the next 2 and then crashing at Italy again behind George. George was clearly superior, whats the excuse going to be for the rest of the year Needled!ck

Times a wastin' - Unregistered

August 20, 2010 8:15 AM

Rossi has only been fit for one race this season the first, which he won comfortably.
He then injured his shoulder in a training accident the rest is well documented. It you want to compare apples with apples, take a look at JLos crashfest last year when he was under pressure. As Casey has proved it's easy to look good when there is no competition. If I remember correctly didn't Rossi smash an totally dominant stoner/ducati thing his first ever time on bridgestone tyres?? There ain't any other ROssi's out there so stop looking your are wasting you time..

hillbilly - Unregistered

August 20, 2010 9:54 AM

@ WastinMyTime,

Just because he says he's got a bung shoulder doesn't mean he has...he spins so much sh!t who would know.
One thing I do know is he won't get the better of George for the rest of this year and then we'll hear BS about parts and upgrades....yawn

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