MotoGP » Lorenzo: Some of Rossi's moves 'a bit much'


"Maybe in the future Rossi's rivals will get a little bit mad and act like him."

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dinmore manor - Unregistered

October 03, 2010 11:31 AM

Even the VR and JL battle couldn't lift motegi from being yet another snoozefest, currently watching some decent racing 2/3 of the way through race one of WSBK at Magny Cours, proper racing, more overtaking in first 3 laps than entire motogp 'race'

are most of you stupid - Unregistered

October 03, 2010 11:32 AM

Are most of you stupid. It was fair racing up until Rossi's last over taking dive, he just barged it up on Lorenzo pushing him wide. He did the same to Stoner and to Sete. Ask anyone who has raced bikes before and they will agree. Rossi is the Schumacher of Motogp. It is a shame his ego comes before the sport.

Madman - Unregistered

October 03, 2010 11:32 AM

This is MotoGP, you have to be prepared for this type of racing.
Sure they touched a few times, but that was the brilliance of it all, what is a race without a tough battle and they were both giving it back to one another.
Jorge- You can't expect a world class rider like Valentino Rossi to clear out for you to glide past.
Watch and learn Jorge, watch and learn :)

whatever. - Unregistered

October 03, 2010 11:36 AM

"2011 will be great, when they really have their hands free to have a go at eachother on the track, no polite teamstuff anymore
Posted by The Morgue (1 minute ago)"

Can't agree more! haha.

looneytunes - Unregistered

October 03, 2010 11:36 AM

just goes to show what the real rossi is about threating to have surgery moaning about not being released from his contract that remember he signed not trying in races because his ego is damaged and then trying to rough up his teamate who is lets not forget a worthy world champion.and im not saying vale should of moved over but if the shoe was on the other foot he would of cryed murder to the bosses of yamaha wouldnt be surprised if this is rossis ploy to be released early from contract could they risk the egomanic racing jorge again like that.

CZ0 - Unregistered

October 03, 2010 11:37 AM

What is it about the new breed of riders who believe they've the right to ride around the track unchallenged? Rossi cut his teeth on races that were closely fought and overtaking ruthless in its execution. I'm sure some riders in MotoGP today would be found sitting in a corner hugging their knees and rocking side to side with fear if they'd had to go out and battle some of the greats of yesteryear. Rossi's comments commending Lorenzo for a great race really highlight the differences in mentality between the hard past and the softer approach today. Not that you don't have to have balls of steel to ride in today's championship, but I fear this is a sign of the decline to come when Rossi finally moves on.

The Kenlucky Kid - Unregistered

October 03, 2010 11:39 AM

STILL no comments from legions of Hayden fans???No outrage against rossi???? W da F??

IF the tables were turned and Lorenzo was Hayden and Rossi Pedrosa there would NO END of to their massive OUTRAGE against pedrosa AND Yamaha for allowing pedrosa to do such "brash" moves and Hayden would be crying and complaining "He would not give me the position"..Wont hear Lorenzo's words!!

Not to mention Yamaha bashing for not giving team orders etc etc etc... Whatta bunch of farking HYPOCRITES! No wonder we have politikal filth...just look at Hayden fans.

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