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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Wolfman

November 14, 2010 3:48 AM

I thought the whole thing was an attention seeking stunt, hugging his beloved M1. If it is so beloved why is he leaving it?

Oh, thats right he was being beaten by a bloke on the same bike.

chris - Unregistered

November 14, 2010 4:09 AM

can I just say one thing about people keep saying that JL beat Rossi in the same bike yes it's the same make but not the same engine believe it or not I don't care but let see after Rossi signed with ducati and before JL sign the contract (trying to make a better deal with yammaha)did he ever won? nope!!!! he was even been beaten by Ben in USA remember? (after he signed his bike has had a better pace again)It was very clear that JL's bike has a better pace than Rossi but why? think ???????

YamahaKawasaki - Unregistered

November 14, 2010 7:09 AM

So when rossi won its becoz hes good when jlo won its becoz the bike is gd. When rossi lose its becoz hes injured bike not gd. When jlo lose its becozhe has no skill. Pathetic. Rossi fanboys giving rossi a bad name

desmoquak - Unregistered

November 14, 2010 1:47 PM

MotoGP is what it is today Because of The Doctor. Bunch of Rossi haters on this site! Phffft!!!!!! We are lucky the strongest racer out there didn't run off with Ferrari and join that excuse for four wheeled racing F1?!?!?

Duke21 - Unregistered

November 14, 2010 1:55 PM

Maybe Dunlop will give these T-shirt for free for every Cry Baby pedal they sell?
This wah-wah pedal is at least as legendary as Rossi.
Think about the huge market for this pedal. Maybe they can sell more Rossi Signature Cry Baby pedals then the Kirk Hemmet or the Jimi Hendrix editions!! :)
Forza Vale Cry Baby! Wah Wah wah wah, E-D E#, Bb G

Southerner

November 14, 2010 4:41 PM

Spot on Duke 21 and Wolfman.
To the other cry baby, Sure, Lorenzo had another engine. Anyone with half a brain knows he had the D16 Screamer between his legs and Forcada softened it up to purr like a transverse 4. HA HA. Thought JB and Vale would have fixed that in 80 seconds.
Hot off the press !! RDawg, included with the RI is
Prince's Purple Rain 400 chopper. Hendrix' Purple Haze is an upside down Fender in a Rock museum, much like Rossi's head. Now there lies Ducati's fix. String it wrong way around. Throttle,brake left, clutch right.Suggest : Gearbox,one up,4 down on the right.No need for 6 gears on toy tracks. Like my old 750 S. Flo's a lefty...RIGHT.Remember me Felipe,
when you look at the night sky.

Mercenary - Unregistered

November 15, 2010 2:37 AM

I am amused when every one attacks the manufacture's
When Rossi Is Mercenary in his attitude
When He left honda in 2003 the truth was not fully revealed
he left Because he wanted lots more money then they were prepared to pay ...........
yet Honda was blamed, Not Rossi's greedy and mercanery Behaviour And Yes it was a great years racing in 2004


When He Decided to leave Yamaha because Of money and his inability to beat his team mate for the wc He moved to Ducati for more money and hoping to have a bike superior to Lorenzo's

It was so Funny reading the God Attributing comments on here............


Ducati Isn't like Yamaha that is why they never fixed the front end Problem to start with .they will promise the world and offer last years solutions which are already out of Date

The next t-shirt will probably read I am the greatest bye bye I am retiring 31 isn't old it is the peak the prime of men where skill and experience come together to create a formidible partnership

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