MotoGP » Hayden 'staying calm', Rossi stops the session

"I think that our potential for being in the second group is pretty good, not far from Crutchlow and Dovizioso [fifth and sixth]" - Valentino Rossi.

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bazinga - Unregistered

July 28, 2012 2:23 PM

I always find very entertaining people saying that Hayden is out performing Rossi in the free practice! :D
Always makes me laugh! Bunch of tools... javascript:insertTextCursor('comment', ':rolleyes:')

The Informant - Unregistered

July 28, 2012 2:23 PM

I don't know how else to settle the most stupid string of comments I've ever read on, and trust me, I've read many. But, this whole Hayden owning Rossi thing is, to put it plainly, pathetic and desperate!
If you had to look at the facts:
Who is currently ahead in Championship points?
Who is the highest paid rider in MotoGP?
Who has more wins?
Who has more championships?
Who has more pole positions?
Which Ducati rider consistently crosses the finish line ahead of the other Ducati riders when it counts most - during the race?
Who then is owning who?

There are no photos on a championship points table, just numbers, that's all that matters at the end of the year. Not practices, not qualifying, just the points on the table.


July 28, 2012 9:52 PM

Bite my Lip

By reading all his posts I think he does. This is not something Lorenzo or Yamaha should be slated for, they and him have adapted to all the tyres like they have done throughout GP history because their chassis is always the focus.


July 28, 2012 10:57 PM

re: "We need to stay calm and chip away at it tomorrow."

but not too calm, the year you've been gifted is so audi can evaluate you. stay frosty. calm is for when you contract for 2 or more years.

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