MotoGP » Valentino Rossi 'suffering' but won’t leave Ducati

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Very honorable of him to stick this one out. One thing is for sure, history will mark that the bike was to blame, as a non-title capable machine. Casey was a young upstart with no sense of fear, wringing the neck of an unsophisticated career killer. I'd like to see Vale drop down to Moto2 for a year or two before retiring from the sport, as that class has real scraps. Nobody in MotoGP has battle experience like him, and if they say Casey, Dani or Jorge do, They're full of it. Go Vale!!

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