MotoGP » Valentino Rossi stamps out Suzuki speculation


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RaceCrafter

July 30, 2013 11:22 PM
Last Edited 446 days ago

Oh get a grip, that Yamaha in 2004 was fantastic. It was ready to go with the new crossplane crank, And it showed by the results of that year. Stop trying to make******out like a development genius, we saw how his ducati time put an end to that myth once and for all. Valentino has been blessed with fantastic machinery his whole life, since his time on the factory 125s, the only bad machine he got was the ducati, and when it came time to show his real talent, he was left wanting. I can see him jumping ship to suzuki and throwing out his toys once he doesnt get the results
EDIT by CRASH.NET:
Removed name calling.

BJR

July 31, 2013 4:51 AM

I'd have no less resect for Rossi if he CHOSE to go to Suzuki.

He would bring a lot of valuable media attention and funding to their GP programme. Sure, he'd probably be running mid pack or a bit better, but throw in a bit of funny weather or a couple of falls up front and he'd be a sure bet for a podium...

kopbeen

July 31, 2013 6:54 AM

@ racecrafter....a crossplane crank is by far not the whole package son. you jus showed the whole world here how much you actually do know about these machines the setup and the full spec. id10t

RaceCrafter

July 31, 2013 9:06 AM

the yamaha was already a sweet handling bike, and adding in the crossplane greatly pushed it further up the field. Despite what the fanboys cry, the bike was ready to go and on par with the RC211V. You can look back as much as you want, he aint no development genius, only a rider thats a little better than average who has been gifted fantastic machinery pretty much all his life..

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