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Laterrus: Rossi Fanboy #1

May 23, 2010 3:54 PM
Last Edited 1426 days ago

MotoGP » Lorenzo breaks Rossi for Le Mans win


Look at China 07 and even though he lost that race, the fact that he was the only person in that race that could kick Stoners but in every section of that track and only lost the lead he built everywhere else on the track on that track's main straight due to his bike being much slower than Stoner's, look at Laguna 08 and look at Catalunya 09. The reason I've pointed these races out is to remind people that you can NEVER, EVER count Rossi out! Yes, Lorenzo is the strongest teamate Rossi's ever had but, that doesn't stop Rossi from going after him like any other major rival that he's had and defeated. Rossi has proved that time and time again and the Title in 09 should prove this as well.

Laterrus: Rossi Fanboy #1

May 23, 2010 3:43 PM
Last Edited 1426 days ago

MotoGP » Lorenzo breaks Rossi for Le Mans win


The fact that some on this site forget the past and start spouting off about the championship after Rossi gets a few points behind in the Championship always helps to make his championships that much more awesome. Who has it been for at least the last 6, yes 6 seasons that has given us some of the most powerful, stick in your head memorable moments in MotoGP? ROSSI! VALENTINO ROSSI! If you were to take one race from each of those years that everyone would remember easily, Rossi would be involved in the race and came out on top almost all the time. Take a look at Welkom in 04, look at Donington 05, look at Sachsenring 06, ---Continued---

Laterrus: Rossi Fanboy #1

May 23, 2010 4:03 PM
Last Edited 1426 days ago

MotoGP » Lorenzo breaks Rossi for Le Mans win


Say what you will but, until Lorenzo takes a title from Rossi, he won't be "The Next Rossi". Sure he's quick and appears to be maturing but, he doesn't have that ability to wow the entire motorcycle racing world like Rossi does, he doesn't have the marketing power Rossi does and so far, he hasn't showed that he has the ability to be beat Rossi over an entire season to de-throne him so, even though he's quick and able to win a race here and there, he's not a champion and until he "proves" that he can be champion, all of the hype from the whole Lorenzo vs. Rossi debate is premature. It's super early in a very long season so, we'll see if the "Torch" is truly passed on at year's end.

Laterrus: Rossi Fanboy #1

February 05, 2010 1:05 AM

MotoGP » Rossi and Lorenzo stop sharing data


Dani seems to know when to push and when not too kinda like Rossi but, I feel like he'll struggle as well because, the others are normally faster than him and we've seen his setup skills so, he'll probably be behind right outta the box and if he wants to win, he'll have to ride his bike like he's got Satan chasing after him if he wants to be up front which isn't be good for his engine count. I may be wrong about all of this but, I just feel like Rossi and JB will have the upper hand this whole season and the fact that he's not sharing info with Lorenzo means that setup is one more thing Lorenzo is gonna have to perfect this year along with riding his M1 in a manner to conserve engine life.

Laterrus: Rossi Fanboy #1

February 05, 2010 12:56 AM

MotoGP » Rossi and Lorenzo stop sharing data


I think this is gonna be the fatal spike in Lorenzos heart. Think about it all for a second. They have a engine limit this year so, if Lorenzo turns out not to be that good at setting up his M1, he'll probably try to ride the balls off of it during races trying to keep up thus, really stressing his engines out every race. I think this whole year will play into Rossi hand. He has waaaay more experience than the other 3 aliens and we all know that he knows when to push and when not to. Stoner only knows 2 paces, really, really fast or completely stopped(ie - face planted in gravel trap). ---Cont.---

Laterrus: Rossi Fanboy #1

November 11, 2009 2:09 AM

MotoGP » Ben Spies fourth after five days at Yamaha!


Elbows gone? Doesn't look that way to me. As a matter of fact, his elbow is less than a inch from the ground in that pic. Even though he's changing his riding style a bit to fit the bike, I have a feeling that his "elbowz" will still flare out some when he rides. I think it may be hard-wired into his DNA! He's done toooooo much scrappin and winning that way to walk away from it completely.


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