MotoGP » Silverstone puts smile on Rossi's face, but MotoGP 'too perfect'


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He may well be right about the excitement bit but it definitely won't help him! He may be able to do a fancy little slide when it doesn't count but he's ridden his entire yamaha career on a bike that likes to keep its wheels in line for the best results. He's relied heavily on maximum electronics to help yamaha develop the bike and the proof is in the pudding when you watch any M1. A 240bhp motorcycle that rarely spins the rear tyre? Give me a break, no wonder he had no chance on the ducati.



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