MotoGP » Valentino Rossi jumps to the top in FP2

Valentino Rossi fastest during free practice (2) for the Catalunya MotoGP at Barcelona.

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Da Rock

June 14, 2013 3:43 PM

Ok, now I don't deny that Rossi is one of the greatest riders ever, but when his fans are getting really excited because he's leading FP2, it's really a sign of where he's at these days.

This is what it's come to for Rossi fans now. Being pumped he led FP2.

That's pretty sad


June 14, 2013 4:14 PM

Haters will be haters. No one said he's going to blitz the field during the race. Rossi may have lost confidence and has aged but never lost ability or hunger to win. And yes ROSSI's FANS have a right to be happy especially with respect to recent race mistakes and mo-rons knocking him off the bike. That all said, let's hope this form continues in qualifying but more importantly during the race.


June 14, 2013 5:30 PM
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everybody puts on soft rear in closing stages of a session, its usually Rossi who does race pace testing during free practise

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June 14, 2013 6:15 PM

Rossi's pace on the hard tyre was fine and his team manager asked him to put on a soft to see how the Yam would work in qually. Meanwhile Jorge was using the soft tyre to check out the endurance on the hot track. Nothing wrong with the strategy in my eyes.
I really thought the 'hating' would stop now that we have gone over to 'registered only', how wrong am I ?

No doubt the Hondas (and Dovi too) will come good tomorrow. We'll see.


June 15, 2013 12:05 AM

What did I tell you!

The season has officially started.

Rossi will take easy pole and win here. He is now the clear favorite for title, for sure. I feel sorry for Lorenzo, his career is now over.

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