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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The truth hurts. - Unregistered

September 17, 2012 4:04 PM

Rossis mission is accomplished.........Sam.
LMFAO at that one Sam.Three podiums in 2 years and you call that mission accomplished!!!!!!!!!
People in the real world call it a catastrophic failure.And what are you guys going to say if he starts winning again next year on the Yamaha?
I know what i will be saying,he only wins on the best equipment,which is exactly what you have been spouting from the rooftops about Stoner since 2007!
Cant have it both ways can you.

Zippster 46 - Unregistered

September 17, 2012 4:36 PM

well done Vali you looked more like your old self you looked part of the bike for the 1st time since leaving Yamaha on the Honda you were in a class of your own remeber the 10 second penalty and you still won Phillip Island we sit and watch and think we know it all Dani had a bad day at the office and could of won so could Casey but fate stepped in and neither were able so the World Title is still open one mistake and Lorenzo couls lose what he has built up Again well done Vali you did your best for Marco 58

eddie oliver - Unregistered

September 17, 2012 5:38 PM

Well all hail the religious Rossi zealots, alive and well and crawling out of the woodwork with the thrilling news of a distant second place, his best years are way, way behind him, he's spent the last 2 years trying to make a Ducati handle like his old Yamaha instead of adapting himself to the Duke. If Casey had been on that bike on Sunday he would have won by 10 seconds plus. It must nark that Casey is far more adaptable rider than Rossi ever could be and unlike the great "god" himself knows when his own personal mental redline has been reached, that's why he's quitting, not for him a middle of the pack farewell tour with the ocassional lucky podium thrown in. Happy farming Casey.

enz - Unregistered

September 17, 2012 6:17 PM

This question is for @ there there now, fraud 46 and truth hurts how much do you three charge rossi for rent for living in your heads.

Sam - Unregistered

September 17, 2012 6:25 PM

@ The truth hurts

Take it easy as you might get your plebeian comments removed!!! lol lol.

By the way you're hero mr quitter is already a part of history !!

The Mentor - Unregistered

September 17, 2012 6:48 PM

Why is everybody talking about Marquez. The guys is good on the lower class, but doesn't guarantee that he is going to be any good on the upper class. Quick hystory lesson Biaggi won championships at the lower class never won a world moto GP tittle, as well as Pedrosa, Capirossi, etc. Sucess at the lower level doesn't mean a thing,it could get you a factory ride which might help you achieve your goal, but it's not guarantee I mean Stoner doesn't have a 250cc title, yet has 2 moto GP titles. I'll wait to see what's going to happened next season with Marquez before declaring him the next force in moto GP

MoToGp - Unregistered

September 17, 2012 6:50 PM

88 disagree.
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Now that he sniffed success, he blames the silly season being too "early" for the fact that he ran with his tail between his legs.

Don't worry Vale, next race you will be back to your usual place, and your illuded fans will be back saying that after all this developments had nothing to do with you.
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I REMEMBER 88 dissagree

daniel kuchnia

September 17, 2012 6:58 PM

Aftre two years Rossis development they are still behind the bike they had in 2010 or CS was far far better then Rossi.

I hope, Im wrong, but I think, next races will be not so good, if Dani is there what he is usuallz, Cal dont crash etc.

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