MotoGP » Rossi seals best grid position of season


'It's a pity I didn't stay on the first row as I think I had the potential to do a little better and stay in the first three' - Valentino Rossi

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Valentinoshrihith

June 28, 2013 4:59 PM

Its time for rossi to regain top spot......
As his whole team & himself belives he is extreme fighter than pole man.....
so tomo is going to be more heat in assen, so good comeback by rossi in today qp...
so as tomo.......
go vale go......

Valentinokee46

June 28, 2013 5:13 PM

Great grid position after a hectic 2 years....come on rossi its time to rock on....except marc the race starts from the second row.....as we all know cal and bradl have poor race pace....come on rossi its your Time....
on Tomorrows cal is gonna give a poor start as usual....the leading group is gonna be marc vale and dani.....perhaps cal may get a podium fight....but winning can't be possible for cal

tupac0505

June 28, 2013 5:40 PM

Why wouldn't these motogp riders qualify on their own instead of latching onto others. Stefan Bradl went faster than Rossi immediately after getting a tow from him. Just give the man some space...

MotoMarc

June 28, 2013 5:57 PM

More important than qualifying position for Rossi is his comfort level pushing the bike. Rossi has a great opportunity and it's likely Pedrosa and Marquez will be his greatest rivals in tomorrow's race even if JLo attempts to race.

MotoMarc

June 28, 2013 6:00 PM
Last Edited 538 days ago

Based on Rossi's comments it's interesting that he's still hesitant in qualifying but that's never been his strong suit. Hopefully we'll get a chance to see him challenge for the lead and at least get a podium if not a win. It's good to see that he's getting incrementally more comfortable with the bike.

timk

June 28, 2013 6:22 PM

So what it takes for Rossi to qualify 4th is for Lorenzo to not be in the session and for Pedrosa to fall down in the middle of it.

If Rossi can't get on the front row with both of those two out of the way, how can he?

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