MotoGP » Lap time gets 'interesting' for Valentino Rossi


“Now the lap time starts to be quite interesting” – Valentino Rossi.

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Vilas

February 06, 2013 1:11 PM
Last Edited 567 days ago

Rossi is super nice, just telling the real true and is not about mind games, he is just talcking what he really feels and its nice to see him speacking and worcking on a good way and he can prove t on is times.. Its incredible how he say that marquez is scary..lolol i have the same feelings about this kid i mean just imagine this kid is coming for the 1 time to motogp and is like he dont have any fear or doubt he just acts like a regular Motogp rider..lolo Its an amyzing kid no doubt..

2013 will be a BIG SHOW 4sure...

gibbon75 - Unregistered

February 06, 2013 1:25 PM

After the boring season of last year,when the three top runners (Stoner,Pedrosa,Lorenzo) usually gave up after 3 laps on pushing each other till the finish (and they dully settled for safe positions and points...),it will be awesome to watch the loose cannon Marquez vs the eager Rossi.

Skanny999 - Unregistered

February 06, 2013 1:25 PM

I really hope he gets 2-3 tens back on the front, then we will have a challenge and some show. If Marquez is anything like he was in Moto2, and Pedrosa will show thte balls he was showing at the end of last season, and lorenzo will pick up the challenge, it's going to be a war. and will the best one win!

witty123

February 06, 2013 2:00 PM

Sorry Rossi fans (myself included) but this is probably what we will see all racing season long, Rossi .5 seconds behind Pedro, MM, & Jlo. They will all be fighting for the podium whereas Rossi will be fighting with Cal, Bradl etc. I would love to see h im fighting for podiums or wins, but from these numbers it won't be happening, .5 seconds is HUGE!...of course there will be races with injuries and accidents and he will have a chance to contest podiumn or even a win, but that will be the exception not the norm. I see absolutley no cause to celebrate from these numbers. Also, as was said by even Bugess during his fianl Yamaha effort last time around, Rossi just cannot dig as deep as he used to on raceday like he was able to in days past, it didnt really matter where her started on the grid, he could make it up, but during his last year at Yamaha he struggled to do that. I hope i'm wrong!!

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