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Bridgestone announces the launch of Club46 in dedication too MotoGP legend Valentino Rossi...

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April 10, 2014 10:47 AM

You need to read your statement as you seam to be at odds with yourself

RossL - Yes, but you could say he was seriously provoked in that situation. And, it was all kept behind the scenes, and to be honest, the way Biaggi had barged Valentino on the track, I would have punched him as well! I'm not saying Valentino is some sort of angel, but his demeanour is always totally professional and he never puts a foot wrong or says things he shouldn't.

Rossi is king of saying and doing things right, wrong and indifferent and since 2010 he has lost his influence on riders but smiled for his fans and media, hence why he is still in the circus and not retired

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