MotoGP » Rossi: We're all responsible…


"We didn't improve enough, and that made it hard for me, as the bike was difficult to ride and I couldn't push hard. We're all responsible…" - Valentino Rossi.

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Sam Jones - Unregistered

June 13, 2011 11:56 AM

Rossi simply can not ride the Ducati like Stoner did. In fact when Rossi is up against talent he is really just a mid place runner. His greatness of the past is (a) past, (b) a result of generally very average competition and (c) always being on the best equipment.
Perhaps it is time for Rossi to walk away with his reputation intact rather than being the has-been that gets beaten every week but "pussies".

I may be a blinkered rossi fan but didn't Stoner win a WC on that piece of junk? Didn't Hayden get fastest lap? Fastest lap doesn't really mean that much in terms of outcomes but it was capable of going around the track fastest of all the bikes out there. This suggests that the bike is good it just needs a better rider. I know , I know if only Rossi had come first he would have won.

what a gift - Unregistered

June 13, 2011 12:09 PM

Hayden got the fastest lap on a soaking wet track which was 19 seconds slower then the pole lap. how does that prove that the Ducati is capable of setting the fastest lap LOL , just means Nicky was the best rider out there to go fast.

Ty46 - Unregistered

June 13, 2011 12:14 PM

I won't bother, just a few comments maybe, because the stupidity is enormous.

Depending on the setup, the Honda can do a lap time of x...x+5, the Yamaha x+0.5...x+4, the Ducati x+1...x+10 So depending the setup many things can happen. The real results are not always the ones that should be ON PAPER. Get it?

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