MotoGP » Yamaha: Rossi was 'too aggressive'

"We made our position clear. You don't do this; especially considering the situation in the championship."

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ash - Unregistered

October 04, 2010 11:19 AM


the latest news is that the wall in the garage that jorge disliked and considered a sign of weakness by his team mate is going to stay next yr .

interview to lin jarvis. he is just defending its purpose bla bla ...truth is lorenzo is just an insecure brat .. against even ben spies ...let alone rossi

Will the wall stay up next year in the factory garage?

“In the end, the wall isn't a completely negative thing. We have had it for the last three years, and things have gone very well. If there is no wall, there will still be some separation, so each team and each rider can concentrate on their own race."

superduke - Unregistered

October 04, 2010 11:24 AM

Rossi will never get involved in a fight like yesterday if he didn't chose to do so.
Therefore there will be no Hayden-Rossi fight next year like yesterday either.

Devbil - Unregistered

October 04, 2010 11:24 AM

Congragulations to Lin Jarvis!!!Good management skills!!Vale will now have an extra motive for next year!!As Honda did in the past ( give extra motivation to Rossi )and certainly took the rap for it!!How quickly some people forget!! Ungratfulness is a major feature in our times!

Jules W.

October 04, 2010 11:31 AM

Dear Yamaha, 2 riders are needed when racing each other.
How can only Rossi be at fault? Racing is a 2way effort!
Lin Jarvis, it wasn't exactly a smart decision to come with this statement cause saying these things doesn't do Yamaha's image any good.
I hope Spies kicks Jorge's ass next year.

zor - Unregistered

October 04, 2010 11:33 AM

What a pathetic way to treat the man who brought Yamaha up from crap to champoinship winning equipment.
And what a primadonna thay are blindly backing up.
If you can´t take tha heat, Jorge. Then back off.

That statement took Yamaha racing from top to sheet. And it will leave marks on the Yamaha brand too. about going into F1

Jon Don Letoy - Unregistered

October 04, 2010 11:34 AM

That's the saddest words I've ever heard from Yamaha... really, I've lost the faith.

You never said this with another rider before (Sete, Biagi, Stoner), at first Rossi already said that he doesn't like Lorenzo as his team mate and you still brought him in. What did you expected? of Course he will fight like a dog if it must, he was a hard racer before... and now he was wrong because of that?

Yamaha STFU!!!! I'm disappointed .... Glad he's moving to Ducati

Cris R - Unregistered

October 04, 2010 11:36 AM

Why don't you people look at things from a team perspective. When you have one of your riders who is going to win the championship. you don't allow and can't allow your other rider to potentially take him out. Yamaha are right in what they are saying, "give Lorenzo some more room". You don't go panel bashing your team mates, whatever the circumstances. If they had both come off, Lorenzo could have been badly injured and couldn't ride for the rest of season and thus lose Yamaha the championship. That would have been clever wouldn't it!!!

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