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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hoppy

August 20, 2010 5:55 PM

I think it is fair to say that Vales army of fans would have supported him regardless of where he chose to ride next season so i am not surprised by the "yes" votes being the majority.I personally think he should have stayed at Yamaha for at least another season,but its not to be.I wish him the best of luck at Ducati next year as i feel he is going to need it.And i mean that sincerely,it will be very interesting to see how he fairs in the Duke. :)

peewee

August 21, 2010 10:55 AM

This was decided before this season began, Suppo gone,
replaced by Rossi's friend, Stoners team told to look elsewhere, Stoner squeezed out,and now all Rossi ready, who would be stupid enough not to believe this isn't another Rossi engineered project. Big gamble from Ducati although huge financial rewards on offer if the project succeeds. Could be a big mistake if Stoner rides to his potential for his new team.
Support from Ferrari and sponsors should provide for massive developement so if Valentino fails it will be a huge surprise to many people as he should once again have the pick of the grid.

Brembo - Unregistered

August 21, 2010 12:25 PM

Believe me, Dorna will make Yamaha to allow Rossi test after the season is over in Valencia...

Dorna won't make Rossi angry... if not good for his show, then its not good for business, no business no money

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