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September 24, 2015 2:20 PM

MotoGP » Lorenzo: Two mistakes, no regrets


Guna4699:
bri t:
SkyWilk:
he won the race in which Tomizawa was killed. I firmly believe Rossi knew he was dead but it didn't stop his winning celebrations on the track, which I saw as a lack of respect for the dead. Especially the very recent and near dead.
Two agrees for this sh8t from some idiots without second thoughts. I am curious, did you just really see Rossi doing victory celebrations that day? or is it you just vomiting something here to fill text space for expressing your hate,,? When the content you post is likely to be sensitive, don't ever dare put up without getting your facts right...
To the detractors of my post . First second or third does not matter I'm sure 100% I saw Rossi celebrating hard. I see all the Rossi fans trying to get me on technicalities of what I said - not the motogp, not that position - all so they keep their idol virgin clean and avoid the truth. You are right tho, I foun

bri t

September 15, 2015 4:44 PM

MotoGP » Lorenzo: Two mistakes, no regrets


SkyWilk: People here defending hooliganism, unbelievable. As for personality goes, i find it funny, none of you know Rossi personally, how do you know that all he does isn't just an act for the camera? He might be a very different person in private, and he's public tantrums against Michelin and the "wall" sure seem to indicate someone that is far less "easy going" than the character he tries to portray. As for Lorenzo, he doesn't need to threat Rossi's "legacy", he has a legacy of his own.
Well you know this will go down like a lead balloon but he won the race in which Tomizawa was killed. I firmly believe Rossi knew he was dead but it didn't stop his winning celebrations on the track, which I saw as a lack of respect for the dead. Especially the very recent and near dead.

bri t

September 15, 2015 4:39 PM

MotoGP » Lorenzo: Two mistakes, no regrets


Garcia: Anyway it was good to see that Rossi tavullia fan club made a statement saying that they were not going to boo Lorenzo on the podium. It's embarrassing for Rossi too, and he has some kind of responsibility I suppose, if you don’t condemn this kind of behaviour then it becomes "normalized", people think it’s the normal thing to do, and then do it all the time. So good for Rossi or his fanclub for saying that.
Yes the Official Fan Club stance is good and to me shows pride and confidence in Rossis skills. Cheering a crash, to me, seems like those people are insecure about the extent of Rossi's skills and it was a 'big relief'.


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