MotoGP » Le Mans: Valentino Rossi 'A good result thrown away'


"I was strong and I enjoyed it but I made a mistake and the good result was thrown away" - Valentino Rossi.

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I also don't care if he wins or loses... Though it's better when he wins. But we're all getting older so you can't be the same for years. One could blame him for not winning races but he's been the greatest! And he's really entertaining now.

Obviously, the youth is going to beat him in the following seasons... and it's GOOD. And being Vale fan for years I'm really to see Marc... as I see a huge talent in him. Just like Vale years ago.

So you might stop BS'ing here and there in the internets. YOU ARE GETTING OLDER TOO! :)

drake - Unregistered

May 20, 2013 1:58 PM

@ the wood

he will retire when he is good and ready, its not up to you or the "fans" to say when a racer needs to retire. not ever racer stops when they are at their best just so they can leave the sport on a high, Rossi is only 34, he still has alot of racing left in him. he may not win another race or WC but he still has the passion and hunger to try hard each and every week. if he still loves to race why should he just sit at home and do nothing getting fat and lazy. he may not have the pace to keep up with this generation of racers but he still loves to Race.. when he has lost that passion then he will step away. who cares if he is not winning each and every race, its still a pleasure to watch this Legend continue to battle with the young guns of today. he's still fast, he proved that in Qatar. not every race will be perfect for him. If you are a true fan of Rossi then you shouldnt be sad, you should still be happy he is out there racing. Unlike most of the people who can only sti

drake - Unregistered

May 20, 2013 2:01 PM

"cont"
Unlike most of the people who can only still cheer for a rider if he is winning! if they arent then they say "he should retire" and move onto the next rider who is the new star.

go and Watch Fastest, and listen to what Rossi said,
"i get to go to the best tracks in the world and ride as fast as i can, while i still have this passion, why do i have to stay at home"

blurg - Unregistered

May 20, 2013 2:15 PM

well said drake!

for a racer to have so much success as he has had in his career and to still be racing after 17 years only ever having 1 bad injury which was the only time for him to ever not be on the grid is outstanding. look at all the other racers who had to retire because they had huge crashes and couldnt go on anymore.
the problem is with the haters is that they expect him to be winning each and every race, if he doesnt and gets beaten by someone they all run on her to start their bashing, look at Qatar, he was 7th and i bet all the haters couldnt wait to get online to start the trash talking, but he finished 2nd and they were nowhere to be seen, when he struggles they are out in force. they arnt real fans of motogp, they never comment about any other racer, just hate posts towards Rossi.

Fox - Unregistered

May 20, 2013 2:41 PM

looking forward to Mugello, he may not win there but he will fight hard to get on that podium.
7 successive years at Mugello from 2002 to 2008, a 7-year winning streak at his home GP which is unmatched in the history of MotoGP.
another reason why he is the GOAT

99 Crystal Ball. - Unregistered

May 20, 2013 3:06 PM

I must admit to being a bit surprised to see some of Rossis most ardent fans starting to call for his retirement.How easily you give up on him.
The guy is 34 not 64!
Biaggi won the WSBK title at 40 for Christ sake.

ducati lover - Unregistered

May 20, 2013 3:50 PM

Its not Rossi that people dont like, its his biest fans that cause the problem,they think he is some kind of god, ask jorge dani mark cal dovi stefan who they fear most and they wont say Rossi, why should you all think he is a threat to them?

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