MotoGP » Valentino says ‘Bye, Bye Baby’


Valentino Rossi said 'Good Bye' to his Yamaha team at Valencia with a T-shirt which stated - 'Bye, Bye Baby.'

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Southerner

November 12, 2010 4:49 PM

Nice touch that by Valentino.They were soul mates.I was glad he got that podium.
On the other hand the D16 must have been saying to cold hearted Casey..'Please don't leave me'.
Yeah to some of us, bikes are damn close to woman !!!
Rack up a thousand posts.

RawDawg

November 12, 2010 4:58 PM
Last Edited 1442 days ago

Would even the most diehard Val fan wear such a hideous shirt?

The "Don't look at Jorge but look at me, I'm the attention wh0re" antics are rather sad Mr. Rossi - you should have grown out of that by now. Leave it for the youngsters.

aeolus

November 12, 2010 6:17 PM

I have to agree with RawDroog on Vales attention seeking stunt. Bad show. what Will he do when the podiums stop coming as they will. As for Southerner waxing all mushy over motorcycles, a bit early in the day for tippling from the jug, don't ya think?

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