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August 07, 2014 6:02 AM

MotoGP » Rossi: Tracks that are difficult for me


@ Huskymick You summed it up when you said, "I used to do silly things on a bike when I was young, would not do them anymore" Don't you think Rossi sort of feels the same? Rossi has spent most of his career riding with his heart on his sleeve and established boundaries of sportsmanship, in his quest for victory. At 35 there is hardly a more respected and inspiring motorcycle rider in the sport. Where he once refused to entertain the thought of defeat (much like MM now), he now looks forward to just being able to be at the pointy end and compete. Rossi has chosen to carry on for a few more years and risk defeat, on the small chance he may be able to snatch some more victories. He is to be commended for the way in which he fights on. Takes ball$ to front up week after week, knowing you are not as good as you once were. To be in the wilderness (with Ducati) for those years, and be involved in an accident that claimed your childhood friend, would have seen a lot of riders give up the


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