MotoGP » POLL: Valentino Rossi - Ducati or Yamaha?

Valentino Rossi is set to decide his MotoGP future before the next round at Indianapolis in mid-August, what should he do?

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Jeff - Unregistered

July 31, 2012 9:37 AM

Total failure for Rossi with ducati, it just doesnt work out, its better of for him to go back to Yamaha and see this guy being competitive again.

but the fact is, 10 years from now, when new generation discuss who was the best rider ever, his name is always up there the fisrt one or 2, no matter you agree or not, people will always only talk about numbers of times being a champion the rider have, no one will remember much the what happen this 2 years, so Rossi go and get one or 2 more champion before you retire. :)

Keith - Unregistered

July 31, 2012 9:40 AM

I would love if he could stay with Ducati and get the bike working, him and Nicky make great team mates but I feel if he stays there and the bike doesnt come right he will leave and retire. He needs a good bike so I think he might go to Yamaha but I dont think he wants to, I think he wants to try get the wins with Ducati...He is most definetely not finished or washed up as many on here reckon, we can only see this in the rain when the field is levelled and and he can race at the front.


July 31, 2012 9:52 AM

Two questions:

Firstly why do people keep mentioning Honda? There are no factory Honda seats left for next year.

Secondly what's the point of this poll? What's going to happen is going to happen regardless of this poll. Does anybody really think Rossi, Yamaha or Ducati are going to care what a handful of vistors to this site think?

Slide Rules! - Unregistered

July 31, 2012 9:53 AM

Unlike Jeff, I think these two years of abject failure will dominate the majority of discussions about Rossi in the future, it is certainly dominating forums now!
The potential mess he might be leaving Ducati in, will be a close second.

MICKANDREWS - Unregistered

July 31, 2012 9:58 AM

He has to get away from Ducati. It would be brilliant for everybody with an interest in the sport if he went back to Yamaha. Hope that his experience at Ducati hasn't drained any of his confidence or competitiveness.
I am sure he will be back where he belongs, battling with Lorenzo at the front. 99% sure he won't be at Ducati next year.

Goo.. Rossi - Unregistered

July 31, 2012 9:59 AM

I want him stay with ducati, and win with her.

If with him ducati can deliver competitive bikes, it will be epic, and we will get 3 competitive manufs, and 6 bikes.

Dear Vale&Co n Ducati Team
Please.. don't give up.... :)

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