MotoGP » Valentino Rossi talks tenth place start

“When I put on the soft tyre, it creates more problems, which really are always the same" - Valentino Rossi.

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BRIDGESTONE - Unregistered

July 29, 2012 12:01 PM

Stop the moaning Val. Get on the Ducati and ride it like Casey did.
ie up at the front - not from your customary tenth place qualification position.

At least look like you might win something this year.
Posted by Westminister - Unregistered (18 minutes ago)

Don't ride it like stoner did because then you would fall every weekend. front fail.

Ride the 2013 yamaha like you always rode that M1.

DUCATI/CORSE - Unregistered

July 29, 2012 12:04 PM

2006 there was
2007 there was
2008 there was
2009 there was
2010 there was
2011 there was
2012 there was

And what was what?

rossi's move
front fail
arm pump
again rossi's move
did i forgot something?

oh yes bye bye

I find it odd that when Stoner was crashing the Ducati pushing it for the win,all the Rossi fans said that the bike was fine and that he was crumbling under the pressure from the Doctor.All the problems were in Stoners head.Remember?
Then Rossi takes over at Ducati and develops the bike backwards and all of a sudden his fans start shouting the bike is a POS and its all Ducatis fault!
The legend of Rossi being the bike developing guru has been completely shattered.

Ros - Unregistered

July 29, 2012 12:06 PM

Wen i saw him coming seventh last season at qatar ,at that time only i understood dat he and jb doesnt know hw to work out this bike .just leav them hw they are cyrrently and move to yamaha els rossi u will loose your morale and the remaining fighting strength that u hav and use it against lorenzo nxt yer with yamaha and entertain us man!!!
U can develop and help ducs as a test rider aftr u leav motogp or u might move to sbk again and win few titles and then help ducati again .but nw yamaha is the right choice for you and for motogp!

victorfrey - Unregistered

July 29, 2012 12:30 PM

I read that ducati offers 17 millions euros contract to sign rossi,they really want to keep him at ducati.yamaha gives 4m euros for rossi but he must bring his sponsor,and they are not as hot as ducati to take rossi.this is the japanese way to say thank you to a man and crew tha took them from zero to hero and glory with victory.And for all the lorenzo's fans,if yamaha it's at this level of competitivity it is not due to lozeranso input cause last year when stoner Blast him in every compartment of the race all he said to yamaha is we need more power.he was lost between the new or old chassis and had no direction to developp the bikt.for the 1000 in 2012 yamaha based their developpments on rossi inputs when he was champion on the990cc plus all the knowledges of dovisiozo who made all his career with honda and knew all the srtong and weak points of honda.dovisiozo was the best chance for yamaha coz he gave them the good direction to developp the 2012 bike.if yamaha didn't have rossi and

pam - Unregistered

July 29, 2012 12:50 PM


What troubles me is with all your evidence about Rossi being owned, why does Liam46 say we are wrong, is he right about who does or does not own Rossi.

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