MotoGP » Rossi, Hayden take Ducati two-seater snow ride!


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balls in mouth - Unregistered

January 13, 2012 7:01 AM

Hayden's balls must have been in his mouth.
If the bike would have slipped, he would have had an added injury.
Both factory riders would have been out of test.
I think its pretty irresponsible to ask riders to do such a thing (riding on ice), risking their career for some press coverage.
I want to see Rossi be up there during the tests. He really shouldnt be doing such a thing.
Sometimes falls on slower moving bike can be more injurious than on a fast moving bike.

McLarenP - Unregistered

January 13, 2012 8:16 AM

From the way some people talk, you would think 9 world championships meant nothing!! Winning one world championship is mega, and the rider is totally ecstatic having reached such a monumental feat - imagine winning 9 of them!!

Digger - Unregistered

January 13, 2012 9:08 AM

"From the way some people talk, you would think 9 world championships meant nothing!! Winning one world championship is mega, and the rider is totally ecstatic having reached such a monumental feat - imagine winning 9 of them!!

Posted by McLarenP "

I couldn't agree more, all the idiots on here who slate valentino, quickly forget his past achievments. One mediocre season does not make him rubbish. What most people forget, is that even the kid who finishes last in 125GP, is still a world class rider, and unbelievably fast, so imagine what it's like at the top of MotoGP!!

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