MotoGP » Qatar MotoGP: Valentino Rossi lights up practice


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The first motogp race I watched was back in 08. The usa has terrible coverage so I have to resort to watching online mostly and it's rarely whole races start to finish unfortunately. That said, I am relatively aware of Rossis time in gp since about 03 his last year at Honda. Back then he was an unstoppable force winning championships like it was a walk in the park! Since 05 however, he's only had 2 albeit back to back. What happens when 5 races into this season he's still winless? He might even get a few wins, but the championship? I think we can all agree he's past his prime if nothing else and is up against his toughest competition to date. The odds aren't in his favor



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