MotoGP » Austin MotoGP: Lorenzo progress, Rossi slips to seventh

“I am feeling better on the bike but we are still missing something” – Jorge Lorenzo.

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April 20, 2013 7:46 PM

...and there we have it folks. Different objectives netted different results. Hopefully it pays off for team Yamaha.

and remember folks: "Rossi is old....and underserving of his M1. He's a has been! He should just retire and leave racing to the big boys. Stoner is the GOAT! Dovi will show him how to win on the Ducati, and he will never be as consistent as Lorenzo. Marquez is a much better rookie than Rossi, and is out to teach the old dog a few new tricks. Next year Crutchlow will be on Rossi's M1 and Rossi will be riding a CRT."

jimjoe - Unregistered

April 21, 2013 5:31 AM

Its like dejavu except we have been here before rossi and yamaha qualifying always leaves a lot of room for improvement! ! 2seconds is like a week...still think podium possible though....oh man the amount of rossi detractors iv seen over these passed 2 ducati seasons you would actually think they only woke up in 2010 and hadnt seen or heard or motogp...its beyond belief I couldnt even comment back to em on general principle of not talking to mental patients!!!

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