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Lad - Unregistered

April 10, 2013 12:53 AM

@ Claes aka clue.....

I remember you back in days arguing with you in another I won't mention what website. Remember Glynn???

You sort of expected this from Rossi?? lol you were the one who said Rossi is finished, MM will give him a lesson. lol

Now your hero went fishing what are you doing here?? I really would love to see likes of you by mid season, lol Jorge??? it won't be long until he bows down to Rossi. wait and see.

Lad - Unregistered

April 10, 2013 12:55 AM

@ Claes aka clue....

Yes rossi stuffed it up, but he didn't go fishing. He came from 7th twice and closed that huge gap. I just watched Assen 2007, how Rossi destroyed Casey from 11th spot and won by 2 sec.

You'll soon be run out of words. very soon

Claes

April 10, 2013 12:56 AM

Hi
@Ich
Not what I meant it was great to see good battle and more peeps at the top but everyone is banging on like it was a miracle that he can ride a bike, he just can't ride anything but a perfect bike but he would still be quick, MM on the other hand is worth banging about:)
#Realist Two things
We did not say that Rossi lost it we just said that he lost and never had the development skills we all thought he had, he's not bad at feeding back like anyone at the top, but it is the boys in the factory that made him a winner:). And Dovi have more hunger than Rossi when it's not perfect, it looked like when Rossi was at Ducati he did not want to push hard and take risks unless he was on a winning bike:) Fastest lap:) Still pretty impressive by MM as well, but yes Rossi was his old self in the end, but a couple of races down the MM will be able to do the same thing, that's what I think:)
@shadyashead
"Rossi was the one providing all the entertainment." I think MM did a pretty good job ente

Claes

April 10, 2013 1:06 AM

Hi
@mike jingle
Rossi had 12 years he will not ride much faster than he did, he might not do rookie mistakes but faster I do not think so, but again MM will and if MM goes faster than today that means he will be faster than both JL and Rossi, watch this space:)
Cheers Claes

Claes

April 10, 2013 1:15 AM

Hi
@Lad
Ok you think what you want, I never said that Rossi was over the hill just that he wasn't the God you and others thought, you still think so though, good for you. I still do think that MM have so much to learn and Rossi is as complete as he can be, which means that he will increase his pace the same way as the other top boys, MM on the other hand which is my new hero (although wish Casey was here as well, and you was the one that brought him up) will beat them all sooner than you think, but that's just what I think:)
ps getting a good start from 7 to be fourth in the first corner is no achievement, the second time yes after he made a rookie mistake (and you know the one about ambition talent stuff), but so did MM:) MM will not give him a lesson but he will learn from Rossi and the others.
Cheers Claes

Realist

April 10, 2013 1:34 AM

@ Claes

Don't speak for others. There were PLENTY of people who claimed that Rossi lost it and was over the hill. In fact, statements like that flew around for...ohhh....2 years!!? You're back-pedaling. We expected as much. :)

Claes

April 10, 2013 1:45 AM

Hi
@realist
Over the hill and saying that he do not have the development God status or good enough to ride any bike is different from over the hill. I did say that he would be fast on a bike which is good from the start so he only have to set it up well. I expected a top 4 within reach of the win so 2nd is not bad but in comparison to MM he was just good, MM was great:)
Cheers Claes

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