MotoGP » Rossi: A difficult circuit

"We made a little progress with the GP11.1's setup during the Brno GP, and we'll see if we can confirm them at this next race" - Valentino Rossi.

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vegasjon - Unregistered

August 23, 2011 4:36 PM

I love how people keep calling Rossi a "moaner" and he can't get the bike to work. No one likes to admit and or realize that when all the Ducati riders are having problems competing it is the bike and not the riders... How about doing a little investigative reading and look into the causes and the feedback from the riders and engineers about the bike and its issues, that would be nice.

Ronny - Unregistered

August 23, 2011 4:54 PM

Its the bike thats the problem. Even stoner said this him self in the mcn newspaper and this was the reason he left ducati. This is in BLACK and WHITE so nobody can argue that point. Hopefully with time All ducati riders, factory and customer will be up to speed with the japenese bikes.


August 23, 2011 5:02 PM

Funny how no circuit is a difficult one when you have the best tackle at your disposal. Indy sure as hell was not a difficult circuit back in 2008.
A deluge may suit him on Sunday,Ducati too.
Almost forgot, he still has the best tackle at his disposal,Desmo Horsepower,Magnetti Marelli,CF and big bang built around him,a Factory throwing gold bullion at their investment and Philip Morris happy to see it go up in smoke,data from Nick re the new surface. 15 Million Euro paycheck for said advantage. Give him Michelin badged as Bridgestone. Chuck in a few Pirelli slicks, for, well, what do they call it ? Data acquisition.
Nothing less than a Rossi win will convince me otherwise. Give him a flood. Win the race Vale and go to Motegi.

mick - Unregistered

August 23, 2011 5:06 PM

The way things are going for Rossi this season,every circuit is difficult!
And i am not taking the piss,just being frank about things.The only chance he has is if it is wet.

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