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@monster Anyone who can win a GP race (125cc, 250cc, 500cc, 990cc, 800cc, etc) is already one hell and already one of the most talented person in the world (riding a racing bike) on my dictionary.. The way some people here trying to discredits riders like Rossi really are amaze me.. Funny you mention the greats name like Criville, Capirossi, Biaggi, Gibernau and Hayden.. On their day, those names really are what we called a bonkers.. Demon on two wheels! Edwards was one scary dude back on his WSBK days, very talented.. Biaggi won 1 WSBK title after leaving MotoGP, Bayliss too.. Hell, even Checa is enjoying a very good season in WSBK for a rider who has been called many times by some people around here "doesn't deserve a ride in MotoGP, average rider, because he is Spanish, etc". He alongside Melandri & Biaggi are having a good time in WSBK against younger talent in the field..



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