MotoGP » Valentino Rossi: I hadn't forgotten how to ride

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Hello Slide...Adapting to the bike was not what Rossi was hired for, he was supposed to make the bike easy to ride for more than one person. History shows that this was an impossible task. "It's better to been seen trying and failing than to do what he did without some semblance of humility." I'm not sure that Nicky would agree, he finished behind Rossi both years. The missing 'humility', Rossi said (JB too) that he couldn't understand how Casey could achieve what he did on the bike. What more do you want? Lastly, there is a huge difference between being 'scared' and being 'prudent'. Sod, Stoner and Rossi and whether they could ride a Ducati, Lets have Dovi up near the front.

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