MotoGP » Rossi inspired by Laguna 2008 memories


“Laguna is very important to me because it is the track of one of my best races in my career” - Valentino Rossi.

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Roundiniho

July 17, 2013 9:46 PM

Rhino, read the disclaimer boss. Hkfui put across their opinion. THEIR OPINION. Thats what a forum/discussion thread is for......at least he/she commented on the actual story at hand and not wasted any precious time attacking other peoples opinion, or better yet, actually put an intelligent comment on here in the first place. Unlike you.

Moreover, HKfui, I actually agree with your statement, Rossi would have retired (after the Mugello incident), maybe had a play about in WSBK for a year or so, maybe a bit of rallying, and none of us lot would be on here wondering whether he's still got it or not....(which at the moment i dont think he does) I will never be more happy to say that i'm wrong if he proves otherwise.

beer time. i'm all worked up now.

Balance

July 17, 2013 11:02 PM
Last Edited 358 days ago

People is so cruel, Rossi is on the fight for the year, right from the start at Qatar he prove he had the speed, then he has been with some good results other a bit worse and we have to count that Lemanz and mugello speacly Mugello was a big waste where he could had made other great race but insted was 0 points, i mean is not the World Champion he come from Ducati and allready win a race, is the number 2 rider and is devolping is worck, allready doing better then what Ben Spies did and Rossi is helping Lorenzo at the same time, so why should Rossi retire? this year is not finsh yet and we still have 2014... i suggest for you guys take your tranquilizers and let Rossi worck, is in 4 on the Champ 6 points bheaind Cal and we still have many races to go. I can tell you guys if Rossi win the world Champion this year you guys should be baned from this Forum, because you guys are mad to Rossi, the only option for Rossi with people here is or Win or retire you useless bastard...

Twissta

July 17, 2013 11:07 PM

I hope this comment doesn't offend anyone as a longtime Rossi fan, Cossie748 I beg to differ that the M1 is the same bike he tuned since 04, JLO took the helm when he left therefore the bike was pretty much set up and tuned for what he likes. not that easy to come in a use set ups that once worked. At some point in everyone career/age/drive changes some and things of old no longer cut the cheese. Like when Rossi came in the top riders of that era were beginning to wain as the new blood came in took names and kicked some serious A**! to boot. for me the difference is that they quit and left with a bad taste in their mouths. Rossi on the other hand is attempting to find the right combination of things to give these guy's a good run for their money. which is taking a little longer than he thought, even though he has 9 championships, for that guy's give him his proper credit....No matter what you all think this "MAN WILL GO DOWN IN THE HISTORY BOOKS AS THE GREATEST RACER OF ALL TIME" :)

GP1

July 17, 2013 11:29 PM

IT'S ALL TALK ABOUT BEING INSPIRED, HE SHOULD OF BEEN INSPIRED IN GERMANY WHEN HE DIDN'T HAVE PEDROSA AND LORENZO FOR AN EASY WIN FOR HIM. HE STILL GOT BEAT BY A ROOKIE AND BY CRUTCHLOW WHO RIDES A SATALITE BIKE. IF HE DOESN'T PULL HIS HEAD OUT OF HIS A** HE WILL BE WITHOUT A FACTORY RIDE NEXT YEAR.
I'M SURE YAMAHA IS ALREADY SAYING THAT THEY MADE A MISTAKE.

Chaser

July 17, 2013 11:40 PM

GP1, take your meds buddy! You seem a bit excited...

"HE STILL GOT BEAT BY A ROOKIE AND BY CRUTCHLOW WHO RIDES A SATALITE BIKE."

Stoner didn't. Pedrosa didn't. Lorenzo didn't. Why? One quit and 2 got injured trying too hard and injured themselves. Therefore they also got beat by a "rookie and a satellite bike" because the didn't ride. Whose fault was that? MM, VR and CC got points because they stayed on their bikes.

But I suppose they were just lucky right?

Twissta

July 17, 2013 11:45 PM
Last Edited 358 days ago

GP1 ........Are you really serious with that comment, Again with age one doesn't have the same physical functions as a younger aggressive racer/racers that are presently on the grid. They have a total different adrenalin pushing to rise to the top, some have pure grit. Regardless of what one thinks, it's only a matter of time till Rossi is able to push the way he once had. It's funny how Crutchlows bike is faster than Bradley"s or is it that he is taking more risk's to get a full factory ride. make no mistake there is some politics in every sport, just a thought....?

Balance

July 18, 2013 12:08 AM
Last Edited 358 days ago

Chaser

What is one typical Rossi fan? i mean who the hell are you kid? tell me what i had say that hurt you so much has one TYPICAL Rossi FAn? maybe yu has a Typical Rossi fan are also saying that Rossi should retire from Racing?

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