MotoGP » Valentino Rossi: New engine 'not ready', ECU fall


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It is about time we had some good posters on this site, it is great to post and have no one bitching back. Now as you may or may not know, i'm a huge Rossi fan and have watched him like many of us have since the start, so for those of us that have & I mean I have not missed a single race or qualifying in about 13 years in motogp. I would say looking at rossi he still has it, I can tell you that reading one of Rossi's books he in one determined man, I bet he is seething inside, but you can only work with what you are given, i don't care how good you are sometimes if something is just not right then man & machine can not get on, this is the situation at Ducati. I'm certain that Rossi is doing the best he can, I'm not so sure that Ducati are, rossi has stated he is giving direction to Ducati, but they are failling to deliver what he wants. Remember when he went to Yamaha, the first test they give him the bike, he told them that there was various issues to deal with suggested certain f



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