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

File this under 'Things you don't expect to see'...

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Hemmy - Unregistered

January 13, 2012 11:15 AM

Wow! Even with Hayden injured, its very very risky to let the guy who crashed 12 times be in control of the bike, instead of the guy who had just 3. Go figure. But of course its Rossi, so all hail the king lol!

Someone said 'Rossi has had 9 titles, and just 1 mediocre season, and that doesnt make him rubbish'. Well no it doesnt make him rubbish, it just makes him not as good as the rest right now. 2011 told us alot about Rossi. It showed everyone that he is not the god and magician that people thought he was. He is just like the rest of them. When put on a mediocre bike, he gets mediocre results. Rossi/Burgess/Ducati and fans have had a huge wake up call last season, so id expect him to up his game for this season, otherwise it will be yet another embarrassing season for all involved.


January 13, 2012 11:55 AM

@realfan im saying he won't do jack in 2012 the writing is on the wall,if you can't see that you are either (A)delusional(B) living in denial or(C) blind or (D) all of the above


January 13, 2012 12:02 PM


I bet you will watch Rossi and follow his progress very carefully over the coming year, just to make sure you can say "told you so"!
Do you have any appointments left in your fortune telling diary?


January 13, 2012 12:07 PM

@Buckster if your so confident let me know where he is going to pick up a good part of a second or more from,you would have been saying same thing last year, you going to put any money on him

chris - Unregistered

January 13, 2012 12:21 PM

That bike might just have the right tyres fitted to stop the front end breaking away on race day lol. Hope they come out fighting and give us a season to remember, and not one to moan about on here.

JC Racing - Unregistered

January 13, 2012 12:37 PM

I doubt they were asked to do that for publicity. These guys are bikes and adrenaline junkies and will not pass one oportunity to have fun on two wheels. Hayden, imho, must have jumped at the oportunity not to go nuts with boredom.

Player - Unregistered

January 13, 2012 12:56 PM

I truly love reading some of junk people talk on here. Anyone that can say that 9 titles were because he was on the best bike is delusional. Lets be honest you do need more than an ok bike and ok rider to be a World Champion. It doesnt matter what bike you're on 9 titles and the amount of consistency needed across 9 world championship winning seasons means your pretty damn good !!!!!

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