MotoGP » Valentino Rossi 'suffering' but won’t leave Ducati

Valentino Rossi says he is not considering quitting Ducati, but concedes once more that he is 'suffering' for being so far off the pace.

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April 14, 2012 12:02 PM
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I think people criticise him because they're not seeing what they want ( I'm guilty of that too ).

but you have to admire him for not giving up. He's there 100%, and the rest is up to Ducati to give him what he needs.
Remember, he's a rider not an engineer.

Good luck.

Codger - Unregistered

April 14, 2012 12:22 PM

As usual on a Rossi thread Stoner gets in on the first page.Don't tell me this will be another 1500 post Rossi/Stoner comparison.
"won't leave Ducati".....Those words will bite him on the bum if the new stuff coming doesn't work.

rab27 - Unregistered

April 14, 2012 12:29 PM

this is good to hear,it would have been terrible for all concerned and the championship had he left mid season.he has won on everything he has ridden up until now ,so finding one bike he cant win on is hardly the end of the world.
hope he ends up on the new suzuki next year,but it may well be a customer yamaha.i think it would take a lot of money to sign for ducati again.


April 14, 2012 12:56 PM

Nearly a year ago I said the 2010 Malaysian GP will turn out to be Rossi's last ever moto gp win. Now I will go as far as saying that 2012 will be his last season in the top flight and the only reason of him finishing it is because Ducati will have to honour his contract if they don't want to pay him for staying home although atm that seems like an appealing option to me.

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