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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python - Unregistered

August 19, 2010 1:44 AM

I didn't take the poll or even read it, I just like to read some of these comments. It is quite possible that a competitive guy like Rossi might honestly relish a new challenge once in a while. I don't believe he's 'afraid' of Lorenzo or anyone else. He has great confidence in his abilities and seems to genuinely like close racing. He is acutely aware of his place in racing history and wants to own ALL the records. Winning on a third bike would help. I think some may be trying to read too much into the whole thing. He may just want a change. I doubt we'll see much change in the results. He'll still be up front fighting with the other top riders.

Angus - Unregistered

August 19, 2010 6:34 AM

He's already beaten JLo twice, Rossi has had to have 4 races of just to give the toorag half a chance.

Southerner-How are you disgrace the name of one of the greatest Scotsman ever(and there's been a few) by associating him with that manchild crybaby Casey Stoner.. The English did the right thing when the got together all the 7uffs and qu33rs, w3irdos and nancyboys and shipped them all to Oz, the english aren't up to much but that was a good call...

Hillbilly - Unregistered

August 19, 2010 8:05 AM

@ ****Rema007
"Valentino is the man! He is the king of motor racing.
2011 season will be like 2004 season. i can see it clearly.
do your best Vale!"

Not much chance your a fukn fangirl now is there ****Rema...HA, HA, HA....just line up behind Dray in turn for the cumbucket.


aeolus

August 19, 2010 12:28 PM

@stonerNFI 46

" It's not about the money, if he felt he still had it in him he could have stayed on, whipped Jorge's **** and handed back his pay cheque at the end, just to prove his point."

What an impossibly romantic notion: handing back that 12 mil. pay? Rossi joined Yamaha when Kenny Roberts said they were in a very bad situation. The first year he won them the WC and 3 more since. He might be forgiven for thinking this granted him special prerogatives. Yamaha failed to see it that way and so he did what anyone is entitled to: he quit and took a job elsewhere. Lorenzo may well be quicker than Rossi at this time but the challenge to test that on the Duc
is greater than staying at Yam.

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