MotoGP » Moto2: Lady racer Rosell set for full season?


Elena Rosell to ride for QMMF Moto2 team in 2012?

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Domesystem - Unregistered

December 14, 2011 3:40 PM

I know last week I said that I wondered what a woman could do with a full season in Moto2 but this damn sure isin't one of the ones I was thinking of.

IMO seat would be less of a waste under Elena (Meyers), Jenny, or even Melissa.

Cheshirecat1

December 14, 2011 5:45 PM

Fat Armchair Racers
If that is your sole criteria, good job you're not a team manager - I used to be and never thought of that one. Nope, no testing, no CV's no results, just " She's faster than ANYONE who posts here"...inspired logic.

Skinny Ass armchair racer - Unregistered

December 14, 2011 9:25 PM

@Fat Ass... what's ur point? She is going to race against professional racers with years of experience not against crash posters. and that is a fact. she hasn't and won't make any competitive lap times. also doesn't look like she is aiming to graduate to motogp. so waste of a ride. but then again she's spanish.

Jon

December 15, 2011 10:07 AM

HOLD ON A MINUTE!!!!

It drives me mad when people get seats they don't deserve, but on one of her two other outings she got, umm, 25th was it?
So with 40 starters she beat 15 other riders.

Of course she deserves her seat!
We're not talking about getting a satellite MotoGP Honda, just a ride in Moto2.
Where's the problem?

We've plenty of Brits in 125 racing who comparatively aren't doing as well as her- give the girl a chance eh?

Doug - Unregistered

December 15, 2011 2:37 PM

Al Naimi, Cardus, now Rosell. Those Qatar guys must really enjoy coming in last all the time. With all that money, why not try to get somebody, you know... good?

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