MotoGP » Rossi rides victory high to Sachsenring


"I'm going to Sachsenring with a new spirit” – Valentino Rossi.

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kane

July 10, 2013 10:21 AM

if you want to see how good Rossi in under brakes just check out the aerial shot when they had 21 laps to go, and Rossi closed the gap on Dani under brakes., that was massive.

cmpunk

July 10, 2013 11:17 AM
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Interestingly two rounds where Rossi was in podium were the rounds Dani struggled for grip.

edit :- I don't mean he was in podium because dani was struggling. arguably rossi had race winning pace on those rounds. I just meant rossi excels on less grip/cooler conditions.


Guna4699

July 10, 2013 11:33 AM

Few said assen win was a luck that happens everyonce in a while, so This race will be very very important than Assen because Lorenzo will be fully fit, german and american races are like form confirmation races,, it will tell us clearly whether the doctor is really back to winning ways or not... If Doctor is really back then he is going to throw spanner to change the way how title fight will unfold and finish... Go go go go !!!!!!!!

DrWho

July 10, 2013 11:45 AM

@Guna4699

What? Fully fit? He has a broken collarbone healing time 6 weeks for a normal person Lorenzo is far from fully fit and he is a MotoGP rider who needs to turn a 250+ bhp bike and the forces under braking are fierce.

A Valentino Rossi who can win again on a bike he likes to ride is a massive threat to everybody else. Not much hard braking at Sachs but it is a track which will suit the M1's because of the large amount of corners bad point for the M1's will probably the accelaration downhill "waterfall" and uphill to start/finish. But to be honest I guess The Doctor is in business again stop hating about JLo wasn't fit, Marquez had a broken pinkie and toe and Pedrosa suffered from the cool temperatures.

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