MotoGP » Rossi last to eighth after Rea tangle


“It's a shame about the mistake on the first lap. Rea couldn't see me and pushed me close to the curb, and I went straight to avoid him” – Valentino Rossi.

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Harryx - Unregistered

October 06, 2012 8:34 AM

Rea was protecting his line riding in the middle slowishly and then swaying suddenly to the right running Rossi almost off the track. Rossi should have watched out for this Rookie on the fastest bike of the grid.

I guess you all seem to forget the standards from the days when stoner, Bayliss or loris won. There seems to be a sort of collective, selective short memory that pragmatically forgets hiw good Ducati was when they came into the 800's on the bridgestones and how good honda and yamaha are now. Hayden was up there at that time as well, but he can't even match Rossi without overriding now hence the crashes...

Stoner did an awesome job then, but would be not be much differently placed on a Duc if Rossi would run the Honda. now...I mean they run a 2013 model already...look at Pedrosa...the Honda's and Yamaha's are not the same when Ducatis were winning. Sat bike seem to have close works spec too. that never used to be the case then...

Harryx - Unregistered

October 07, 2012 8:44 PM

Sorry, but all I can read is blahblahblahblah...
What a waste of time...logging in, reading a post and having to type something absolutely idiotic like this to share is hard to beat...

...and your right drifting is the way, but only on asfalt at decend speeds. Drifting on dirt is for kiddies.

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