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Racers like Colin are tough work.
Fans love him 'because he tells it how it is' but he must be terrible to work with.
He broadcasts via Twitter how bad his bike is and is not ashamed of calling a spade a spade.
I'm not sure about you, but if I told my clients and sponsors that the company isn't run properly, the product is rubbish and I'd rather be blowing things apart with a rifle I think I'd be out of a job?
Rossi has done so well as he's able to tread the fine line between the corporate PR speak and the reality. Fans are pleased, sponsors are pleased- that's what we need.