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This is for all you twits out there - the ones who sit comfortably in their armchairs and figure they are so incredibly brilliant that they can advise Ducati on how to design a MotoGP bike and tell a nine time world champion how to ride said Ducati. Here is an excerpt from an interview with Barry Sheene from the October 1969 issue of "MotorCycling" magazine, a British publication for the juvenile and ignorant here - which means the great majority unfortunately. Read Barry's comment - it is relevant to what is being posted on this pathetic forum. "It's crazy, but you spend so long working so hard to get to win a world championship, with everyone cheering you on. Then as soon as you make it to the top everybody hates you for your success and can't wait to see you get beaten". Very relevant to all the attacks on Rossi I think.



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