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POLL: Valentino Rossi - Ducati or Yamaha?

Valentino Rossi is set to decide his MotoGP future before the next round at Indianapolis in mid-August, what should he do?
Struggling seven time MotoGP world champion Valentino Rossi is facing a difficult decision for 2013.

Rossi, 33, can either remain with Ducati for a third year in the hope that the work done will finally pay off, or swallow his pride and return to the world championship leading Yamaha team alongside Jorge Lorenzo.

A non-factory option (Honda) also exists, but Rossi has said that "for sure" he wants to remain on a factory bike and that this is very much a 'third option'.

For that reason, we'll stick with a Factory Ducati or Factory Yamaha choice.

There are pros and cons to each, but it's getting close to the point where Rossi needs to say 'yes' or 'no' - so we'd like you to do the same:

CLICK HERE to vote, after which you will see the latest results, and explain your choice in the comments section below...



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Jeff - Unregistered

July 31, 2012 9:37 AM

Total failure for Rossi with ducati, it just doesnt work out, its better of for him to go back to Yamaha and see this guy being competitive again. but the fact is, 10 years from now, when new generation discuss who was the best rider ever, his name is always up there the fisrt one or 2, no matter you agree or not, people will always only talk about numbers of times being a champion the rider have, no one will remember much the what happen this 2 years, so Rossi go and get one or 2 more champion before you retire. :)



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