MotoGP » PICS: Loris Capirossi given his 1990 grand prix bike!

A special leaving present for Loris Capirossi.

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Enrico - Unregistered

November 06, 2011 11:24 AM

Screwloose @ Rick76
I developed a serious dislike for Stoner since he intentionally and purpusely offended and intentionaly umiliated Rossi after that accident.
i came to Australia from Italy decades ago i liked Doohan, Gardner my son follows Stoner, but sorry what he did in front of the camera to Rossi is his D N A,
his personality.
He is a very fast driver to me, that is all.


November 06, 2011 12:01 PM
Last Edited 1642 days ago

Probably because a new cbr is nothing to any of these guys and that machine would be worth far more in monetary and sentimental terms.

Nice gesture from honda, wish him well in whatever he does from here.

Jasper - Unregistered

November 06, 2011 12:39 PM

Enrico - Rossi has deliberately gone out his whole career to intimidate, be-little and if necessary barge the opposition out of the way (e.g. Stoner at Laguna).
If everyone followed your attitude, nobody would like Rossi.
Oh actually they don't, other than his fanboys.
What goes around comes around.

Rossi the victim? Hahahahahaha.

Enrico, you really don't understand what's going on.

The whole reason Rossi went down there to "apologise" with a whole media contingent (and his helmet on) is because he thought Stoner would swear at him and make himself out to be the bad guy (Rossi actually said that he expected that).

It's brilliant really. Take the guy out and then play the victim. There are no shortage of people who fall for it, too. Classic Rossi.

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