MotoGP » Rossi, Simoncelli end season tied on points

Valentino Rossi ends his first MotoGP season with Ducati level on points with his late friend Marco Simoncelli.

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honesty? - Unregistered

November 07, 2011 12:53 AM

be honest, how many people who post on here regularly only do so when they are drunk? i know i do!

crash should have a poll. the results would be shocking!

Lost Racer........... - Unregistered

November 07, 2011 1:10 AM

For Rossi To have paid a tribute by allowing super Sic to stay in 6th place Would have required him to either not start in the race or Compete up to the last corner and pull over so he finished lower than 15th so he didn't recieve any pionts If he wanted to pay tribute with his t-shirt then why wasn't he wearing it on his leathers ...........
I Guess the great spirit of life decided and brought everybody down who could take super Sic's 6th Place
Fitting end No Ego .......Cia Marco ...........

anne peter - Unregistered

November 07, 2011 2:08 AM

There's no point for us as their fan to hate them.. if we were in their situation,it will be the same..
Come and give them we know some of us who saw the incident of the late Sic... it's really hard to forget it...all the rider are still's going to take time.. so do positive when it's time to judge them..
To all gp rider,wish u all the best...God will aways be with you guys...


November 07, 2011 2:26 AM
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All things considered I think the vast majority of Stoner and Lorenzo fans are being remarkably restrained in their comments at the moment. Considering the rubbish theyve had to deal with from the yellow brigade they would be more than justified in tearing strips off Rossi right now, yet like myself most have chosen to take the high ground.
You continue to go on and on about Simoncelli yet have learned NOTHING! If anything is to be gained from the death of Marco it's the lesson that we should respect ALL riders as they can be taken from us at any time. I suggest you ponder that the next time you feel the urge to take cheap shots at Stoner or any other rider.

jack - Unregistered

November 07, 2011 4:44 AM

I am now convinced, after reading a couple of your posts,that you know jack crap about motogp,why is it that you attack stoner,as i asked you in another thread?also i dont believe you even watched the race,because if you did ,you would of seen the 58 sticker on stoners front guard,so carry on writing dribble about stoner, because everytime you write,just proves what a tool head you are. cheers


November 07, 2011 11:43 AM

Gutted to see that crash on the first lap.Just glad they all got up and walked away.It sums up the season Val has had this year.One to forget thats for sure.Lets hope that 2012 brings better fortune for him and we see him back at the sharp end of things to give Casey a run for his money.

Farewell Marco,you are being sadly missed by all.

DRMic - Unregistered

November 07, 2011 11:49 AM

I'm no spiritualist, but it really seems Sic had the last laugh this weekend. Gresini got a 1-2 on the Moto2 grid and won the race (nearly a 1-2 there as well and Takahashi wasn't hurt too bad)
Best of all though, all of the riders directly behind him in the standings crashed out Sic style, on the first corner (again without getting hurt too badly)
Really pleased that he finished the season a whisker ahead of Rossi.
I'm sure that (if he didn't have a hand in it) yesterday would have given #58 a big old, well deserved chuckle!
Ciao Marco!!


November 07, 2011 1:45 PM

@Kickstand I am an ex racer, still young but had to give it up I know more than a lot of people the risks involved in this sport. So don't you dare tell me I've learned nothing, I've probably known more and see more on tracks being out there than you could cope with. I have seen other riders get injured badly and it does affect me. The reason I said what i said about Stoner is due to many reasons. I. I know people that have met him and the all basically say the same thing, "he's stuck up himself" and he isn't a nice guy to get along with. Also as a young fan of his from his 125 days i became massively disappointed in him during 2008 when he was getting raced fair but he was being beaten and he couldn't take it and he started having little complaining and having digs at other riders. Since then i have lost and continue to lose a lot of respect for him. I find it hard to like someone that thinke they're better than everyone else and hates elbow to elbow racing and complains about being b

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