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October 20, 2014 5:49 AM

MotoGP » Valentino Rossi wins dramatic Australian MotoGP


BJR: Before the world explodes is a Rossi love-in, think of this. In 2013 Yamaha and Honda won 9 rounds each. In 2014 Yamaha is sitting at 4 wins and Honda on 12 with two rounds to go. So ask yourselves this question. Has throwing it's support behind Rossi helped Yamaha's competitiveness or should have they stuck with Lorenzo's direction? There's no argument throwing support behind Rossi has made sense economically but results wise it's been a poor year...
You don't think it has anything to do with the fact that MM is something special, and after winning in his rookie year, has learnt a lot more, and is better this year? Or that the Honda may have a better bike ? No I didn't think so. Just heap all your worthless stats at slagging Rossi. Oh, and I bet Yamaha are a little bit dissapointed at having 3 of their bikes on the Podium at PI. Winners are grinners, and I have a smile like a split watermelon. Go Rossi.

Motojunky

October 19, 2014 9:37 AM

MotoGP » Valentino Rossi wins dramatic Australian MotoGP


Evolution:
eyesoftheworld:
Evolution: Look Either MM crashed or not the fact is Vr laps were 1 tenths faster than MM laps at that time surely Vr is going to catch him. VR RULES! I said WTF when I saw Cal crashed.Cal Rode Awesome. Definetely now he'll shut up many mouths.
Crutchlow shutting mouths? By Crashing? Yet again.
atleast this time he rode good compare to his last few races.
Bradley shut some mouths today by finishing on the podium, and extending his lead over Cal in the championship.


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