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


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

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sup yo - Unregistered

January 13, 2012 1:38 PM

@balls in mouth,

i think if these guys and handle lean angles of up 45degrees racing in the wet, they can handle putting around on the snow for a photo shoot.

Sean03

January 13, 2012 1:39 PM

@realfan to be sure to be sure i am an aussie and a Casey fan and proud of it,surely there is other stories than Val this Val that,oh and one correction to you he has #1 on his bike

sooky boy - Unregistered

January 13, 2012 1:47 PM

@ sean03
So much publicity for a bloke who did nothing in 2011 and promises more of the same in 2012"

are you sad beacuse your world number 1 is getting no publicity,?
whats the problem, off season, 2 teams mates out having the time of their lives, and getting paid to do it.

realfan

January 13, 2012 1:58 PM

@sean03
Well done, it can't be an easy thing to admit. The first stage of recovery is admitting you've got a problem. Oh, and he only has #1 till november when jlo gets it back (and i'm not a jlo fan before anybody starts)

Tetley

January 13, 2012 2:02 PM

2011 showed that the more titles you win, the harder it becomes to win another. That's why there are more riders with two titles than there are with nine. The more records you break, the harder it gets to break another. The older you get, the more young guns will catch up with you. Rossi doesn't need the publicity, it just erodes his personal time. He doesn't need the fame- he'd probably appreciate some time without the pressure. He doesn't need the money, he could probably buy a major share in Ducati. It is to Rossi's credit that he keeps trying, even when the rewards are less significant to him. Remember, Mohammed Ali hasn't won a fight for decades, yet only a fool would diss him and his achievements. Likewise with Valentino.

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