MotoGP » Rossi happy with third consecutive podium


"I am quite satisfied, especially with the last four races" - Valentino Rossi.

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Balance

July 22, 2013 2:30 AM

The second part of the sesson start at one very tuff track, indianapolis is dangerous and allready was the track that cause serious changes to the Champion.. I bealive on Rossi and i bealive that Yamaha will bring somethingh new to improve a bit the performance, maybe the allready talcked seamless transmission will bring the aceleration that yamaha lack.. The war is ON and the Top 5 are still on the chance of make History!! Can t wait...

Go Rossi

Liam48

July 22, 2013 2:33 AM

Good ride today by Rossi to split the Honda's considering how strong they've been. It was a better ride than I thought he would achieve.

Hopefully he'll be able to continue this form and find more pace to fight for more victories as the season goes on and get on back on Marquez.

shamarone

July 22, 2013 3:15 AM
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re: "This track looks like we suffer a bit compared to Honda."

a bit...? you said it yourself, you were getting hounded by bautista and found pacing bradl difficult. these are 2nd stringers. Honda's got America on lock. more yam suffering to come with the low grip of indy. :(

Rossishrihith

July 22, 2013 4:16 AM

Podium is always good for championship. I excpect 2nd half of season should be more exciting for the fans, especially for rossi bcoz here in laguna he told difficult to maintain the pace after some laps so in the warm up he made perfect to the race & fight too hard to get podium.... Great race vale...
Marc did well & bautista didnt make any wrong move to overtake rossi...
go rossi pick up the pace

Garry

July 22, 2013 4:53 AM

There's life in the old GOAT ! All the comments saying he's a washed up has been have been proved wrong! He will only improve in the second half of the season. It's going to be good.

Jamesy73

July 22, 2013 6:55 AM

For me today, There were two riders that stood out! The prodigy and the master. Marc rode a faultless race and is making the most of injuries to his rivals, He is quick...very quick and his confidence is rising, Race by race and should be taken very seriously for the championship, Underneath him he has the fastest bike and this is helping his cause. When you have a bike like he does, Then you can see that he can push as hard as he likes..This young man will break many records and is the future of Moto gp..No question about that.

Rossi, On the other hand is at the other end of the spectrum, Clearly fighting against the wind regarding the Honda's but age seems to be no boundary and it seems he may well be turning back the clocks as well. I fully expected Rossi to lose out to Marc, Whilst in Bradl it seems was the suprise (well done to him). Rossi fought hard to keep a resurgent Bautista behind him and for me that was a sign that Rossi is showing the signs of returning to pre-Ducati days

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