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@gutbucket. How long have you actually been following MotoGP? How is Rossi "wrecking motgp"? This thread alone has gone to 31 pages and any mention of Rossi generates tremendous interest. Rossi adds to MotoGP more than any other rider. Politics has always been a part of MotoGP-this is big business. Get used to it. Biaggi was not "forced out of MotoGP" He did it too himself by being a difficult rider to work with for both his team and sponsors. He has seemingly mellowed considerably and is now likable. Rossi the only rider to change tire manufacturer? Really? What about Pedrosa? Lorenzo gets no mention? Because most did not like his arrogant attitude and awful "victory celebrations" He has matured a lot and becoming quite likable. Stoner "has had a gutsful of racing" Stoner made himself unpopular by "whining". Whenever something was not right, it was never his fault, someone getting in his way, the bike, whatever. Not called "Stoner the moaner" for nothing. Won't be missed by many You s

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