MotoGP » Brivio: Rossi will not retire

"Many are asking about Vale stopping races. This [is] absolutely [not] true" - Davide Brivio.

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Jabba - Unregistered

October 24, 2011 1:47 PM

Vale - at Valencia, a black Ducati, black leathers, yellow leg of course, Sic Rep helmet and a big, fat #58 on the back of your leathers and Bike would be a fitting tribute.

No sponsors at all.

and then Win.


Surfjunkie - Unregistered

October 24, 2011 2:33 PM

Sometimes I read all the Rossi bashing posted by you idiots. Now maybe you see the reality of it. He does not do it for the money, he does it because he loves it. How many of you used to be good at something but with age you can get slower etc. I think there is an element of Rossi not wanting to throw himself down the road more than he has to but who can blame him but the bike is DIFFERENT from anything else he has ridden and he is older. You sofa warriors try it and please feel free to let me know what you do that compares to high end (world level) sport and how far you is easy to criticise.

The guy earns EURO 30 million a year. He does not need the money. Most people would like to put their feet up on a couple of million......

With the adversity he has got riding the Ducati he could quit and I for one would not blame him. Have a serious think before you flame me - this sport is different. Riding motorbikes flat out is fun but scary in equal measures but your mortality

The Black Neo - Unregistered

October 24, 2011 3:45 PM

I think in this time of tragedy speculation about Vale's career is premature he just lost a friend, can he and Marco's family at least try and grieve with out all these "commercial concerns"...where is the humanity ? *SMH*

roadrash - Unregistered

October 24, 2011 4:09 PM

Thats silly. Of course he's not gonna retire. Who would wanna miss the 1000cc's and BMW entering as new meat. Awesome year next year.

For Marco, he left the warrior's way. See ya on the other side kid. Keep it on one wheel. We'll all miss ya.

Stephy46 - Unregistered

October 24, 2011 4:23 PM

I agree with Brivio, I think its sad that this question needs to be answered at all.....the last thing on anybody's mind right now should be whether or not Rossi is retiring. If that is what he eventually decides to do then I would understand him and support him 100%.....he has given us many years of joys, thrills, laughs - hes been an inspiration for many people and the most incredible motorcycling legend there ever has been - he doesn't owe us anything else! The only thing on our minds right now should be what an incredibly sad sad sad loss this is to MotoGP and to humanity - Marco was an incredible rider with so much potential, he brought life to that paddock and to that screen - his smile will be sorely missed. And if this is the way I feel about it I don't even want to begin to imagine how Colin and especially Valentino feel - it must be a nightmare to have been involved in that horrific tragedy that involved someone who you care about so much so, let them grieve, give them time a

Stephy46 - Unregistered

October 24, 2011 4:27 PM

give them time and lets support whatever decision they make.
Valentino and Colin are two of the nicest riders on that grid, they are strong, sensible and down to earth I am sure with the help of their family, friends and team they will get through this rough time - I for one send them my best wishes and encouragement to live life as Sic would have wanted them too.....
Super Sic there aren't words to describe the sadness, you will be very much missed and your cheeky smile will live inside our hearts forever....RIP #58 X

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