MotoGP » Imperious Valentino Rossi dominates Dutch MotoGP

Valentino Rossi returns to the top step in MotoGP for the first time since 2010 to earn his 80th premier class victory at Assen

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June 29, 2013 4:13 PM

Only man to win on 125cc 2stroke, 250cc 2stroke, 500cc 2stroke, 990cc 4stroke, 800cc 4stroke and 1000cc 4stroke.

And I think the record between wins in the premier class (500cc/MotoGP) goes to Rossi. Loris Caprirossi, Italian GP 2000 to Catalan GP 2003, something like 39 races is the only one closest.

Rossi had something like 45 races between victories.


June 29, 2013 4:44 PM

I know this is not the topic, but man how bad was Ducati race? Can people still wonder what is better for one motorcycle? i mean Bradly smith is one roockie that is taking is evolution on a steady way, not like Bradl or Marquez, so he allways take care and try to finish the race on the best place he can what proves this is that he was beated by Espargaro on the CRT but Espargaro puch really hard here anyway Smith still beat two Factory riders that are so much more experience my god its embarresing, Hayden 2006 WD Champion and Dovi one Top runner since he enter on Motogp..

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