MotoGP » Valentino Rossi reflects on Ducati decision


“It's a great pity. I'm very sad because in Ducati I found a lot of good people... I tried to understand which is the best bike for the next two years that maybe are the end of my career” – Valentino Rossi.

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someone - Unregistered

August 16, 2012 11:20 PM

to all stoner fan..

move on guys...

the person you hated is now a new man, he accepted his failure and praise what casey did on the duk. what else all you want?

now he speak on the truth and very humble.

he's not doing mind games, he just saying the truth.

Bingo! - Unregistered

August 17, 2012 12:02 AM

Deamn I'm laughing now! Stoner made a positive problem!? Ducati has a bike with the 'problem' which is unfixable. Rossi is leaving becouse he doesn't like...to work with problematic things? environments? Is he that clear and problem free guy?????? haha
That's beyond me this guy builds his sentences about certain things and people. i remember when Casey said he's to retire Rossi commented it like: very bad thing. So speaking about Casey he uses word like bad and problem.
Look at the mirror man!

Liam48

August 17, 2012 12:09 AM

@dude a very nice comment there.

During a difficult period in your life you come out two ways and I think Rossi is coming out of it with more humility and a more likeable character, it shows that he is a good guy even praising Stoner for his talent after Stoner slated him.

It would be great to see him and Casey settle their differences at the end of the season and get along.

Thankyou - Unregistered

August 17, 2012 3:34 AM

@Rossi is God.
Thanks for the artlicle link

The best article ever read on Rossi, it has nailed his peronalilty to T.

Whether you like Rossi of dislike Rossi it is a good insight to the Busniess of MotoGP.

Hard to find such reporting here

LA-Xstream - Unregistered

August 17, 2012 7:43 AM

I was thinking that 2yrs on the dukpig will help rossi next year. To use an analogy, a pro cyclist will often train on the crappiest, heaviest, slowest bike he can find, then when he races on the super-spec CF aero costing a fortune he will FLY.....

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