MotoGP » PIC: Valentino Rossi celebrates first grand prix win


"It's a long, long time! Anyway, I am very proud to still be part of the game and to have stayed at the top" - Valentino Rossi.

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Valentinokee46

August 22, 2013 5:18 PM

Rossi looks unbeaten at Brno...except his bitter ducati season...He made 8 podiums in the premier class..and 5 times he won there...Everyguys failed their battle with marc...Just please recall the start of the season...Rossi marc battle at losail...How commanding Rossi wass...If someone wants to win the battle with marc...Undoubtebly it is vale....If he gets the right pace to fight with marc...Vale can stop marc's winning season...Comeon Rossi You can do it Goo Go Go!!!!

Guna4699

August 22, 2013 6:04 PM

Rossi just exhibits his natural character and attitude while celebrating the victories, for making the celebrations to look more fun filled and entertaining he never tries anything artificial which doesn't comes to him naturally like few others do. And that's why his ways of celebration always looks graceful and exciting,, you never get tired watching it and you never feel like is over doing which at times might irritate people.

Jack Mordino

August 22, 2013 7:05 PM

So up to date the guy's first and last victories span a time-frame of 17 years.

I don't think there are many other such riders and most names that pop into mind are not even close (Doohan Rainey, Schwantz, Lawson, Roberts etc).

Perhaps Agostini? Doesn anybody know about him?

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