MotoGP » Rossi seeking speed for farewell Yamaha victory


"We are still not strong enough so we will try to improve for a final win with Yamaha" - Valentino Rossi.

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speed jerk - Unregistered

November 01, 2010 10:06 AM

Ah yes, my shoulder hurts when I want it to hurt and especially if I lose, also J-Lo is faster than me on the same machinery , please give me a bike which is blazing fast down the straight so that I have a unfair advantage over the others so that I can win...

****** Flossi...

Me - Unregistered

November 01, 2010 10:20 AM

I hope he will be gone for good. I don't want to see him loitering around Yamaha paddock after his work with Ducati is finished. I suspect his presence will be welcome at Honda.

Mojo Jojo

November 01, 2010 11:05 AM

Would be great to see him win one last time for Yamaha - it's only fitting that it ends that way.

But then again, Casey will be thinking the exact same thing at Ducati where he wants to end with a bang for sure.

Let the real racing begin at Valencia!

hedson - Unregistered

November 01, 2010 11:58 AM

What is Rossi expecting yamaha to give him a turbo?

That's what's wrong with Rossi. He has to have the best package even thou the same package just won with a different rider on it.

He's not playing the "yamaha isn't giving me support" bsht again is he?

Hope not.

AR - Unregistered

November 01, 2010 12:01 PM

@speed jerk

Where did he mention his shoulder or top speed?

He said Horgay was faster than him and he couldn't keep up - what more do you want?

He's possibily the only rider who says it like it is. When he screws up he puts his hand up, when gets setup wrong he puts his hand up and when his shoulder affects the race he says so.

Hopefully both of them will have their setup right at the last race and we'll get one final decent dog fight between the best two riders on the same bike.

Frankie - Unregistered

November 01, 2010 12:09 PM

"What is Rossi expecting yamaha to give him a turbo?"

He should try to find the speed in his head. There's nothing wrong with a bike that just won the race by 9 seconds.

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