MotoGP » Moto3: Rossi celebrates first VR46 team podium

"I am a big fan of Jack Miller. He is a great guy" - Valentino Rossi.

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April 16, 2014 12:23 PM

Roman Fenati is a really good rider who just needed a better bike! This is an indication of what is to come if you ask me because Fenati is a rider that knows what he is doing and is not scared to do it. He has talent and determination and will give those around him a real battle to get where he wants to be. Good stuff and looking forward to more of it !! He's a right little bruiser isn't he !!


April 16, 2014 3:43 PM

This team has great advantage as far as knowledge about bike and sport goes... Because the team in owned by an individual who has immense experience as a rider aswell and also the team owner being one amongst the politically powerful individual in the sport is an added advantage...


April 17, 2014 12:58 PM

Fenati showed early promise in 2012, but his 2013 bike was off the pace and hid his potential. Rossi wisely recognised this and put Fenati on a a good bike.
VR shows good judgement by his selection of Team members who have gelled and placed their bike on the podium in only their second race.
He also deserves congratulations for investing in young rider talent, and for giving something back to the sport by forming and financing his own team.
Of course, he could have just gone fishing instead ...


April 17, 2014 10:46 PM

BikeWatch: Great stuff for Fenati, VR46 and the VR46 team.

However, someone needs to warn Fenati to ditch the facial hair. That 'moustache' makes him look like a sex pest.

Ahahah so true :D

Also quite befitting given his nationality :)


April 20, 2014 7:45 PM

Ah choo. Rossi's no 1 sneeze!:
Of course, he could have just gone fishing instead ...

Yeah, because turning down millions of dollars to spend more time with your young family is such a shameful thing to do.

Ah, I think you may have taken my broad generalisation as referring to someone in particular. How strange that should happen. i was just giving one of the many, many options that VR could have taken instead of freely giving his expertise and backing, financially and otherwise, to youngsters to help their MotoGP aspirations. I'm sure you'll agree that it is to VR's immense credit that he didn't just take the money and run away.

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