MotoGP » Valentino Rossi stamps out Suzuki speculation

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July 30, 2013 1:50 PM

he said he doesn't want to make the same mistake twice, which is fair enough, but 2015 is a long way away. a lot could change by then.

we should focus on the rest of this season at least first. Next years silly season is time enough to confirm / deny any speculation. hopefully thats what rossi is thinking by just nipping these rumours in the butt.....for now.


July 30, 2013 1:57 PM

Rossi just doing is Yamaha promo momente!!lolo If he get to the end of 2014 and he didnt achieve is personal targets or he start to not be happy at Yamaha all bet that if he still whants to racing he will go to Suzuki if its possible offcorse.. I personaly love Yamaha big respect for the qualaty of road bikes and i love the M1 its just beautifull and goes very fast with a lot of style in the But since i wach the Suzuki i must say the bike loocks very clean and i think its preety similar to Yamaha.. I allready wach Rossi at Honda at Yamaha at Ducati i will not mind one time at Suzuki..lolo


July 30, 2013 2:08 PM

I really cant see the point of leaving Yamaha to go to Suzuki.
If Val fails to win the championship, by the time his contract expires, on a Yamaha,what chance would he have on a Suzuki?


July 30, 2013 2:53 PM

I would really love to see him get back to proper full contention next season.People say he is too old and washed up.I just cant go with that.
The 2 years at Ducati knocked the stuffing out of him yes,but he is starting to get there now.He is far from finished as some will have it.
He still has a few years left in him yet although it isnt going to get any easier with the likes of young Marquez on the scene.As you say,lets see how he fairs in the second half of the season.Another victory is what he needs to prove that Assen was no fluke.It will bolster his confidence no end to know that he still has what it takes to win.I wish him luck.


July 30, 2013 3:11 PM
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yep, whatever happens, I'll cheer him on 'til he retires. and yeah, he's human. a poor 2 years, a broken leg, a busted shoulder and the tragedy with marco (rip) will have taken its toll, but you gotta give credit to him still

another win or 2, and he might just get the confidence to push for those couple of tenths a lap he's missing. its not much!


July 30, 2013 3:54 PM

He did say the same thing about Ducati and we all know how that ended...
Also, I think staying on Yamaha won't be an option for him in 2015 regardless... By then the likes of Crutchlow/Bradl/Spargaro (pick-a-brotha) will be way more attractive to Yamaha then betting on Rossi still having a season or 2 left in him.

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