MotoGP » Valentino Rossi: It’ll be hard to beat Lorenzo

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@ there there now I've already explained this. The fact is that the bike has not changed much since Rossi rode it. Why on earth should I believe that tossing a leg over the M1 (that he helped develop) is going to be "a lesson in adaptation" for the man who essentially rode the same bike - less a few hundred cc's and a different tire - for 7 years? That's not to say that he'll immediately run an earth shattering pace without first getting a feel for the BS mated to the M1, but sheez......he isn't some Yamaha noob. Furusawa already said that the bike hasn't changed much, so who am I to argue othewise? Lorenzo was largely unfazed by the extra 200cc's. Why should I assume Rossi will be?

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