MotoGP » Valentino Rossi: No second thoughts

“...Also if other riders can use the Ducati against me [next year] that is a positive thing” – Valentino Rossi.

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Marc - Unregistered

September 17, 2012 2:46 PM

Great result for Rossi and his team it shows that he's leading them in the right direction and he admits that he leaves with a better bike that will compete against him next season than that's good. He means it's good for competition and good for MotoGP and he's absolutely right. He's a great rider and a great sportsman. Hope he continues fighting for podiums and it would be great if he wins one before it's over with Ducati. But as he admitted it won't be easy.

Marc - Unregistered

September 17, 2012 2:54 PM

Picture shows JLo looking at Rossi and thinking wholly Cr-ap why didn't I say no to letting him return to Yam maybe he isn't washed up like all the haters promised me he was. Last time I listen to those tu-rds.

reality - Unregistered

September 17, 2012 2:56 PM

The story so far... King Rossi has now developed the Ducati into the super machine all his fans knew he could, but with all his modesty he is happy to be leaving a bike that if anyone does well on it so be it. Although for future reference let's not forget he developed it for them. So with another year at Ducati we can now definitely say he would have won the title again. This is about right isn't it fans??
Can't wait to see him getting kicked next year and will definitely not be eating my words as you can't eat and laugh at the same time.

nikisan - Unregistered

September 17, 2012 2:57 PM

Exactly what recognition does Hayden deserve?

Rossi beat him on his first season on the duc, while Hayden was on his 3rd. Hayden only finished 7th in the race while his teammate came 2nd... "but his wrist is broken Blah blah!!" may I remind you Rossi broke his wrist the same way at qualifying in Assen in 2006 and raced THE VERY NEXT DAY! Not to mention when he broke his leg on the yam in 2010, which would mean season over for anybody else, he came back after only 2 (!!!) races.

Hayden is only given credit cause of the Rossi haters. Hayden hasn't done anything special at all.

Marc - Unregistered

September 17, 2012 3:03 PM

It's ashame that Ducati took so long to provide Rossi some of the changes he asked for at the beginning of the season. This result shows that Rossi and his team know what they need. Given these parts early in the season may have allowed him better results and different ending to his Ducati experience.


September 17, 2012 3:10 PM

“Hey Vilas,i will make allowances for your very poor grasp of the english language Posted by Sean03”.
Please learn spelling and proper use of capitals, apostrophies and fullstops before you criticise Vilas' English capabilities. In how many foreign languages are you capable of expressing yourself in writing?
“Rossi is a joke comes 2nd once in 2 years Posted by No Goat”.
Please check that your facts are accurate before you rely on them in argument. Thankyou.
"Casey would make a much better rider representative than Loris as he would stand up for the rider's and not kowtow to the establishment Posted by Sean03”.
Pure unfounded speculation on your part. There are no facts to justify any part of your imaginary scenario.
On the other hand, if there were facts, you would contribute to the pool of knowledge by quoting them.
Thank you.

THE FAN - Unregistered

September 17, 2012 3:11 PM

The Ducati might be challenging for podiums next year, but vale knows that he just cant use his strong points to ride that thing, like late braking, whereas in with the M1 hez GOD in points like those. He knows if he has to enjoy his riding and to fight for championship he needs to go back to Yamaha. I expect Vale to be fighting with Jorge next year.

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