MotoGP » Valentino Rossi watching the weather


“The forecasts say it could rain tomorrow, and of course we know that we can do well in the wet” – Valentino Rossi.

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Realist

June 02, 2012 9:16 PM

@ Questionable

I know what you meant, and my statement was stated exactly as I intended.


@ MrQwerty

Therein lies the dilemma that Rossi must face. Does he move to better machinery that he knows he can be competitive on (and potentially win another title or two) while simultaneously walking away from the challenge that is Ducati? Or does he stay at Ducati (with its new ownership and unknown future) and relegate himself to the occasional podium and more potentially winless seasons which simultaneously erode his career statistics by the race? It's a conundrum for sure!

hoppy

June 02, 2012 9:39 PM

Lets not fool ourselves.Val painted himself into a corner at Yamaha with his ultimatum.He had no choice but to move to Ducati.Everyone thought he would romp the title on it but it has been one long disaster.He simply has to stay with them now for the sake of his reputation.If he walks out on Ducati without achieving anything for them it will be seen as a catastrophic failure that will forever taint his career.Anyone thinking otherwise is just fooling themselves.He has to get that bike to a world championship.Disagree if you like,but you know i speak the truth.

tw4t - Unregistered

June 02, 2012 9:58 PM

The big red #46 would quite easily gain the 1 more second it needs to be a winning machine........
.............Put some bad ass grinding teeth in that front scoop and paint a few of em gold, y'know a bit like mike tyson of old :) GRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR

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