MotoGP » Valentino Rossi lashes out after Qatar nightmare

“It's unrideable, and it doesn't make much difference what track we are on” – Valentino Rossi.

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123 - Unregistered

April 09, 2012 8:08 AM

ducati have they own unique ideas of how to build race bikes and they will not change for any rider. this is really sad to see ducati and rossi struggling so badly and im surprised its taken so long for rossi to speak out publicly.

Forzavalentino - Unregistered

April 09, 2012 8:13 AM

I am a massive Valentino Rossi fan and it angers me to see all the childish stoner fans acting like kids in delirium over vales current form, do you guys actually even ride a bike?????!!! And I don't mean in a console or pc??!!! I doubt it!!! All I will say is that if vale can't ride any bike as well as nicky Hayden (no offence to nicky fans) then it's time to retire. He should be a lot faster even on an unrideable bike and this is getting embarrassing please stop damaging your legacy this isn't you mate time waits for no man not even the great Valentino Rossi

Scooper - Unregistered

April 09, 2012 8:13 AM

He needs to get out of Ducati like QUICK? He will have forgotten what it is like to win, and he motivation must be so low.......yes I think he should buy his own Yamaha or Honda for the next race......His manager needs shooting for letting this happen.

I'd be very surprised if either Honda or Yamaha would release a bike to a satelite team for Valentino to ride, if he walks, I'm sure Ducati would veto it in any case and hold him to his contract until the end of the year. Apart from the Marlborough money this has been a very expensive time for Ducati.

Danimal - Unregistered

April 09, 2012 8:16 AM

He's following the same path as Biaggi did with Honda. After burning his bridges with Yamaha he jumped to the Honda but still couldn't beat Rossi. After a bad race he pulls into the Honda garage and drops the bike saying its crap and unrideable soon he exited from MotoGp in Shame. He's the new Biaggi now.

uio - Unregistered

April 09, 2012 8:18 AM

didn't he say that ducati did a great job over the winter with the new bike? now he is saying they didn't follow his direction.. hayden is riding with an shoulder that is still recovering from a very recent crash and yet finished way this year end i expect a heated clash between rossi and ducati management in the media.

The Truth - Unregistered

April 09, 2012 8:19 AM

I love how all the Rossi lovers used to bash Honda and how they "treated" Rossi. Well, why don't you all start bashing Ducati for treating Rossi so badly. According to Rossi, they're not even listening to him. lol.
At least Honda gave him a devastating bike of domination. So as you can see, the grass isn't always greener elsewhere. Ducati are a joke of a manufacturer. They should just stick to making street bikes where they can live off their supposed luxury status that posers find desirable. Complete absolute joke. I don't care for Rossi and the way he tried to act like a victim of Honda, when he actually won multiple champoionships. But at the same time, I don't think he's completely washed up. He should just go groveling back to Honda and ask for a ride.

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