MotoGP » Valentino Rossi: Big gains, some problems remain

Valentino Rossi made the biggest lap time gain of any manufacturer rider during day two of the Austin test, but was still left fifth and last of the full time riders.

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March 25, 2013 11:30 AM

@ Roman "In other words...I WIN! Btw, Crutchlow just put paid to your BS suggestion that the satellite bikes are uncompetitive."

Its a bit early for you to claim any kind of victory (nice childish comment tho). As for Cal...

According to you, Cal is not good enough, so you NEED to believe his bike is as good as Rossi's (when it isn't) - otherwise you'd have to state that Cal's talent put him up there. It'd ruin your world to actually contemplate that other Yamaha riders might be as good their own merit.

You'd better hope that Cal doesn't beat Rossi in any race this season, or you'll be in an impossible position of trying to 'prove' to yourself and the world how an inferior rider on a Satellite bike could do this and yet still 'prove' that Rossi was the better rider.

This is not about Rossi - its about blind fanboyism as an illness making people spout absolute drivel in defence of a guy they've never met, & who doesn't need anyone being their great defender in the first place.

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