MotoGP » Rossi: Marquez can be the greatest ever


"Marc is me but upgraded - the new model!" – Valentino Rossi.

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TopDogg

July 22, 2013 8:56 PM

If anyone of u guys..true long time Motogp fans remember that Rossi left the dominant Honda where he won three easy championships to go to Yamaha which was 2 seconds a lap slower almost n he made the bike a championship winning bike n what it is even today!

Cmon now! Rossi for me is just the best,he messed up by going to Ducati otherwise he would have had more race wins if not 1 more championship. He praises Marquez..cool but let's see how his career will turn out coz for me Rossi did unbelievably out of his comfort zone @ Honda n went for challenges with a much slower Yamaha!

benito

July 22, 2013 10:18 PM

@titfortat
he cannot relearn how to ride a bike, r u stupid mate? Why he should relearn how to ride a bike, u yourself understand what r u talking about. 9 times WC must relearn how to ride a bike....wtf? And Mr. Stoner with his magical ducati riding skills omg, stop this bu...it once! Hes done, mr moaner!

Jb21

July 23, 2013 12:15 AM

I take it as just a honest compliment from one great rider to the other.

Those who watched VR come up the rank would probably remember the thoughts that there's something really special about that guy. The same with Schwantz, you know, not just a great rider, but there was something extra and we could sense that. MM, I think, has something similar, a real extra bit of quality that CS, DP, or JL don't quite seem to have. I'm a fan!

Shark 22

July 23, 2013 2:23 AM

MOTOGP now is becoming more like soap opera, the more main characters, the more interesting story you can get.... but then again, maybe even boredom!
But hey, don't you boys enjoying all these...
championship with more talented contenders?
Young pretenders and the old predecessors, old schools and new styles, who cares... we don't need domination!

mrfill

July 23, 2013 2:35 AM

What price Rossi announcing his retirement at the end of the season? He can leave with at least one victory and a few podium places and pass the merchandising opportunities to the new wunderkind.
He'll be 35 next year and has shown more than a passing interest in rallying. Better to leave after a pretty good season rather than a forgettable one (e.g. Schumacher, Stoner)

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