MotoGP » Rossi: Unbelievable weather 'at the limit'

"This weather is unbelievable and it was really at the limit of what you can race motorcycles in today."

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AR - Unregistered

October 15, 2010 9:59 AM


Rossi says
"I hope it will be better tomorrow but it doesn't look too hopeful. My setting here in the wet was okay and I feel quite happy on the bike, but I didn't want to push too hard in these conditions. I think we can improve it more, but we need to wait and see how the weather is tomorrow. We hope for sun!"

How is that moaning? He's stating fact.
He has nothing to prove anyone so why risk anything.

I'm quite sure he'll prove himself yet again next season.

Thomo - Unregistered

October 15, 2010 10:38 AM


Rossi simply saying it as it is. From what I have read of his comments I didn't detect any traces of whining or whinging. Furthermore how do you know that Stoner hasn't commented on the conditions. Like the rest of us you only know what you have read in these news pages which from my experience can be very selective.


October 15, 2010 11:04 AM
Last Edited 1948 days ago

Mary McKillop

Your two days early, your not top billing till Sunday.

Ooops just forgot Mary.
By race time Sunday you'll be fully fledged and able to receive special requests, so I'll put my order in early for a bit of extra help for the Aussie on the Ducati.

Ausrossi - Unregistered

October 15, 2010 11:16 AM

There is only one thing to do when the weather is like this as PI get right royally pissed. As for Rossi (where that option probably isn't available) it least it will make it interesting but yes a dry track would be great. Why do they continue to put PI in October, March at thes start of the Calendar would have been better...?

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