MotoGP » MotoGP Jerez: Rossi targets top five start, tyre doubt

“When the bike is on full lean here the hard tyre does not have enough grip” - Valentino Rossi.

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27 past - Unregistered

May 03, 2013 10:42 PM

"Then you bring in Stoner, a rider you and Rossi still fear hence why you try and defect to him ever chance you get"

I think you'll find 70% of Rossi threads are populated by bitter Stoner fans, Jealous of Rossi and even more bitter now that their hero has given up on his noddy fans and decided to go fishing instead.

Keep spilling your bile boys, but hey, you have another great rider to follow... Mark Marquez... He will probably beat Rossi but you have the benefit that he smiles and doesn't moan all the time. Dump the 27 t-shirts and buy #93, bonus is you can still hate Rossi!


May 04, 2013 12:29 AM

"I like the harder tyre usually but unfortunately when the bike is on full lean here the hard tyre does not have enough grip,” said Rossi":)
He is back, the guru has talked! He really knows his stuff, that the Hard tyre do not have as much grip as the soft one, Heeeees Back:)
Cheeers Claes


May 04, 2013 12:32 AM

And it happens again, when you talk about popularity, this stream is about VR and still more people talk about CS and hes not even in it, love it.
Gooooo everyone but most MM and CS:)
Cheers Claes


May 04, 2013 12:38 AM

re: "I like the harder tyre usually but unfortunately when the bike is on full lean here the hard tyre does not have enough grip,” said Rossi."

but what does marquez (the people's elbow) say...?

Westminister - Unregistered

May 04, 2013 5:15 AM

All Spanish top three for this race, unless Cal can have a good race and some factory parts.

Jorge is always the fastest Yamaha rider in qualifying and race day.
Always a chance of some Marquez magic, no one has jumped on a moto gp bike like MM and riding so fast and winning a race in their first season.


May 04, 2013 5:57 AM

now running away and finishing when you want to is different, your boy can thank his lucky start that he choose to retire:) Do you really wanna see Rossi finishing on Capirossi level:)
Cheers Claes


May 04, 2013 6:18 AM
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You can compare riders in your own made up classes (most win on Ducati, most win on 1000 etc.), but in the end, only the World Championship wins that will be remembered. As somebody in this forum pointed this out to me few years ago.

Doohan is a very good example. Even if I think Rainey and Schwantz are better riders (Doohan started winning WCs only after these riders retired), but people will only see Doohan's 5 WCs, period.

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