MotoGP » Valentino Rossi stamps out Suzuki speculation

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July 30, 2013 4:39 PM
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Really dude, why you dont go search in history to see that Rossi was one of the few riders that change from winning Teams to go to worst bikes, did you wach the South Africa Gp 2004, if not wach again and tell me who had the best bike.. I will not talck more because it better but people like you with this comments make me sick, specaly when we are talcking about Rossi, that people can say what they whant but in terms of results Rossi did more then any other corrente Motogp rider and i will repeat, HE DID.. wich means is diferente then HE CAN DO.. Rossi until now was the only rider to SCARE Agostini and Rossi is still racing.. like i had say before i will see how this new Machines will be year by year.. Motogp is an Hard live my Friend..


July 30, 2013 4:40 PM

He will have fun and see out his two year deal with Yamaha. After that, no matter if he is still winning the odd race, or seriously challenging for the title in 2014. He will quit and join WSBK. Do 2-3 years there and go for the full set (Moto GP, 250cc, 125cc, WSBK) Then off to rallying for more fun :D

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