MotoGP » Valentino Rossi: Big gains, some problems remain


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dont know why the last comment was deleted... its true, he may very well be suffering the same effects as lorenzo is, but is struggling to keep pace with him. to the point bradl is able to lap faster, please dont use the fact bradl is on a honda.... rossi being the "goat" should more then make up for it, on a yamaha! face it, rossi is getting on in age, and the older you get the more the natural feeling of self preservation kicks in. he is now not able to push like the younger guys are willing to do! he needs to retire and give the seat to some fresh blood. Pol espargo would be a good candidate for yamaha to turn to for rossi's seat. seems modern GP bikes need to be push to the edge lap after lap to preform at their best, the younger generation have the lesser amount of fear from falling, and thus are willing to ride on that limit. the older rossi gets the more reluctant his sub concious will allow him to push the limits at the pace GP bike is capable of. off to superbikes he needs t



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