MotoGP » Report: Valentino Rossi to quit MotoGP?

'The Daily Telegraph understands that Rossi... will not race in MotoGP beyond this year'

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sensei - Unregistered

May 08, 2012 11:41 AM

Since everybody is free these days to speculate about rossi's future... Here is my theory:

Rossi stays with ducati in 2013... The rumoured move about rossi moving on to a coca-cola yamaha is bullshit... The rest of the year they will test and try new things on the duc to make it work till the end of the year... Morris will pull out his big bucks out of ducati... Then rossi will move in the coca-cola/monster sponsorship in... Audi won't put in money in the motogp project but they will focus on WSB to put competition to BMW... Sounds like a win win situation to me.... Rossi will be back next year with a competitive bike, wins or be a serious contender for his tenth world title... And then retiring being a bigger hero than he already is... Their is a big benefit in the combo rossi-ducati and they know this with ducati... That's why they putting in extra effort to give rossi what he want... People forget, if rossi wins again next year everybody will forget these last two years... Everybod

NEWS FLASH LMAO - Unregistered

May 08, 2012 1:18 PM

@Rossi love..........PMSL thats the best laugh i've had in?...........well forever really!

And guys, Vale is not speaking of retirement at all, he tweeted earlier saying it's all bulls**t!!!!!!! :)

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