MotoGP » Le Mans: Valentino Rossi 'A good result thrown away'

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I don't think we will ever see ANYONE else, who can, on demand, leave the field behind by over 10 sec. just to erase a 10 sec. penalty that was imposed on him. Rossi used to be # uno, but already way back in 2010, I saw he was loosing his sharpness. It was with the greatest of effort he could beat JLo, CS or DP. He had to ride on the edge and probably brought increased anxiety and tension and decrease in concentration. I suspect all those factors lead to a mistake and crash in which he broke leg. 2011, 2012 was not so much Ducati as aging and even back on Yamaha he now is older yet than in 2010.

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