MotoGP » Honda NSR500: 'The greatest grand prix machine'

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March 30, 2012 4:25 PM

2004, yamaha was not the best bike and rossi still won the championship. And who will say that 9 WC is lucky ?

Doohan said winning 1 or 2 races is lucky but winning a championship is not. I agree that Stoner, Lorenzo, Doohan & Rossi is not lucky when they got their WC. Hayden is the one, in 2006 he won only 2 races when he got the WC. Rossi won 6 races but got many bad luck, engine failures, hit by elias.

Hemmy - Unregistered

March 30, 2012 4:08 PM

Oh how the expectation of Mr Rossi has taken a huge tumble in just 1 year. So if he's top 5 and takes a few podiums he's done well now has he?

And how on earth can people still label him the 'GOAT' is he cant come anywhere close to achieving what the previous Ducati rider achieved?

Yes Rossi is a good rider, but some people just amaze me. This year has shown that he is not some motorcycling genious that some of fans believe.

A great rider can ride anything and do well, aka Mr Stoner. A good rider can ride perfect bikes well, but strugglt on anything but perfect, aka Mr Rossi.

So, is he a good rider? Yes. Is he the GOAT and a motocycling genious? Clearly not.

Gar - Unregistered

March 30, 2012 3:55 PM

How did this turn into another rossi argument? Get each others emails so yous can natter on till your hearts content and save me reading the same sh!te everyday.

Grendlehop and face of Motogp or whatever you call yourself. This article is about a great bike in anyone's hands, not about your fanboy who can only win a championship on the best machinery available and then block more talented riders from accessing those bikes. Ahh how all you fanboys must have been crying for weeks when you realized your false god was a mortal, and an average one at that

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