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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Dean - Unregistered

November 02, 2010 9:30 PM

I don't remember Criville being this good but it is your opinion.

Go to there you will find Rossi whining about his shoulder again. I don't know why ignore when Rossi whines. It must be run by yellow army member.

fan - Unregistered

November 02, 2010 9:34 PM

He has serious speed but has been gifted the bike of a champion (Doohan in Criville's case)
Posted by Kev46

There is so much hipocracy and irony in this post that it's not even funny.

teacher - Unregistered

November 03, 2010 3:46 AM

"Why do you think Rossi is picking up his toys, crewchief and crew and running away?
Ducati will bring him back up to Prima Donna status. That of course will be his last."

It may well be his last, but it will be a loooooong time before Casey, Jorge or Spies matches it! By that time, the kids of the day will be saying that same thing when new-young-hotshot starts dominating... a loooooong time!

The past is the past. It will make for unending conversation for his die hard fans though.

The fact is that TODAY he's running away from Lorenzo and calling it a new challenge. Last time I checked people take on new challenges when they're on top not when they're getting totally beaten and embarrassed with their own weapon.

Sladge - Unregistered

November 03, 2010 4:52 PM

We all know, even if we won't admit it, that Rossi has spent most of this season injured, so it is just possible that he is not past it, over the hill, getting his rissole handed to him on a plate, owned etc.
What puzzles me is how Lorenzo has got the setup right more often than Rossi and his team.

PS I've just realised, he has probably got Mr Butt on speed dial.

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