MotoGP » Qatar MotoGP: Rossi dazzles on Yamaha return


"At the end it was a great battle with all three - but especially Marc" – Valentino Rossi.

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junka - Unregistered

April 07, 2013 11:35 PM

@ Seriously...
Yeah you're right in your assumptions... I'm not a Rossi suck, the guy has never done it for me and, I didn't jump on the Goat track like most when he started winning all those years back. There's nothing to hate about him. His temperament last night was impressive, his cool after losing spots because of a racing incident was what makes him a great rider... just not into him. And because you are sooooo serious, I like Carl, Bradl, Dovi, Jorge, Dani, Ben, Eddie Lawson, Randy, Mick and schwnantz were my favourites, and of course Casey Stoner, I'm an Australian...

Vilas - Unregistered

April 08, 2013 12:07 AM

This is why i say that Rossi has to be the Great of all time!! Its an incredible spirite really big determination.. H ejust try so hard to recover the time he lost with the small mistake.. Man i dunno how he can have tyres but he just go and go with one bike that understand what he whant, i really think that if he dont touch Pedrosa he would fight with Lorenzo and this track is one that he dont like to much.. This is just amyzing to start the year finishing right beahind just sending the massege to Lorenzo do one Mistake!!.. Also many people talck about Dovi but that 7 place sounds familiar to me=)..

Seriously! - Unregistered

April 08, 2013 12:09 AM

@ junka

now that's better, mate.
Saying you like riders such as Cal, Bradl, etc sounds so much more positive.

As for Casey and Doohan, I can't argue with you there.
You haven't mentioned Gardner though, why's that?

I guessed you're Aussie seeing you've mentioned PI in previous post.
Been there a few times myself.

As for being a Rossi suck........ well I've got to admit I've been an admirer of his riding since his 250 GP days.
If that makes me a suck, well ...........................

Try and keep up the positivity junka.


Cheers.

rogerio.alves@gmail.com - Unregistered

April 08, 2013 12:18 AM

I have been saying that Rossi is downhill and all that - and I still defend his peak form is past - but his race shut me straight. I didn't expect him to recover from getting behind Bradl since I thought his legendary determination was a thing from the past. I am glad to be wrong. I hope he maintains the spirit. Next race will be tougher.

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