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What can i say renaultbikes? Other than, you are not talking to someone who has only followed bike racing for a couple of years. Over the last few decades there have been many great rivalries in this sport. This is because there are only ever a couple of real title prospects in any one season. Over the last few seasons however, we have seen where even though there might only be a couple of true title contenders, there could be (depending on fitness) anywhere up to 4 potential race winners, this is way more exciting than just a contest between 2 guys. Anyway, I would argue that the hatred between Doohan and Criville and also Rossi and Gibernau was every bit as volatile as the fire between Rossi and Biaggi. Mick was the master of getting into people's heads and Valentino was his apprentice.



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