MotoGP » Valentino Rossi: One of my best victories ever


'Today was something special, this is one of the best victories in my career' - Valentino Rossi

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motofanatica

June 29, 2013 10:45 PM

Where is the guy that says Rossi is at Yamaha only because of his PR machine ?
Rossi won fair and square, stayed on the bike , didn't crash and beat Pedro and Crutchlow ( the guy who should get his bike because better than him ?)

Today was special , look at the fans , look at the spirit of the riders just before podium . All I want is now for Vale to beat a fully fit Lorenzo and than th haters can be silenced ( for a while )

Jon464646

June 29, 2013 11:00 PM

@ Carmen Centennial Jr.

And how many Moto GP races have you won? I'm willing to bet my mortgage that its a big flat zero!!!

Infact I recon you haven't even raced a bike in anger on a track in a competitive series.
If you have (which I doubt) you should show more respect!!

Podster

June 30, 2013 12:23 AM

Congrads to Rossi for his win, as I stated, with the key riders injured this was his race to win and he did it, so good on him.

What gives with Dani? It was like he gave up
Lorenzo MAN OF THE MATCH in more ways than one.

GrandPrix46

June 30, 2013 12:24 AM

I have been reading articles on this site for years and feel the time is right to start contributing, especially after today's events. Vale proved today why he should never be disregarded, and thoroughly deserved the victory today. This has put to bed all the tarnish all the skeptics have been expressing about him in regards to never winning again etc. He led from lap six and never looked back. Whoever says this guy has lost it is in another world, it just shows, his qualifying has been holding back the reality of his true potential.

End of the day, he has been there and done it, and still doing it. He's had to face new generations of riders, not mentioning the changing of rules and regulations to the sport (including machinery) and keeps on going. His will to succeed and come back again and again after 17 years of winning is mesmerising. I doubt many, if not any rider will prolong such a determined attitude and fight in the future to have the hunger to keep going, so do what he has

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