MotoGP » Rossi, Lorenzo abandon Valencia MotoGP test

Following wet weather on day one of the Valencia post-season MotoGP test, the Factory Yamaha Team will not participate in Wednesday’s second and final day...

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Count Backwards - Unregistered

November 14, 2012 2:30 PM

@SonofSam.Rossi joined Ducati with the goal and intention of winning races and hopefully a championship for them.In two years he failed on both counts,then left.Now that is my defenition of quitting.To leave before achieving your goal.
Stoner had achieved what he set out to do in Motogp.He won multiple titles.He has stated in the past that he had no intentions of staying in the sport for year after year.His aim was to win the title and beat the best in the world.He achieved that and some.He has now moved on to pastures new.That is retiring.
I dare say we will have to agree to disagree.

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