MotoGP » Masao Furusawa: Rossi, Ducati and retirement

In a follow-up to the previous feature on Masao Furusawa (see separate story), Hyacintha Bonafacia spoke to the Yamaha MotoGP boss about Valentino Rossi's decision to join Ducati, Furusawa's own retirement and more...

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TimBo - Unregistered

August 19, 2010 3:28 PM

There is obviously a lot of love and respect between Furusawa and Rossi, i just hope Masao does the decent thing for all race fans and let's Rossi test the Ducati @ alencia as Ducati have done for Stoner and Honda.
A nice ending to a nice working relationship.


August 19, 2010 3:28 PM

hey Vale, I know! Instead of you being the first ever rider to win on 3 manufacturers let's both retire together and attend Yamaha golf outings and PR events.

Lol... would love to hear Rossi talk about how that conversation went. :rolleyes:

Issor Onitnelav - Unregistered

August 19, 2010 3:36 PM

Flossi is really such a weak character that he must have a favorite uncle to stay at a place. Now I wonder who will be his uncle at Ducati. I suspect he will secretly ask Furusawa to help him return to Yamaha should he fail to find that avuncular bloke @ Ducati. Chances of that are slim though, after his unsavory reaction to the possibility of not testing for Ducati.


August 19, 2010 3:44 PM

Rumours said... the decision VR will go to duc was about end of 09, after discussed w/ furusawa.
Of course furusawa is dissappointed.. but what VR should do as a ambassador ?
I like furusawa-san more than jarvis.
sayonara ....


August 19, 2010 4:56 PM

Dream team is history,albeit a great one.Furasawa san,
Burgess,Brivio and Rossi...a la.. Byrne,Todt,Brawn and Schumacher.
Look forward to the future. Growing old is a fact of life.Some still think they have a liscence to immortality and eternal youth.
Y'all mortals,accept it !!!

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