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March 15, 2011 11:36 AM

MotoGP » Rossi explains 13th place at tough final test

Now, think about this. Pramac doesn't have the best Ducati mechanics available. De Puniet is not a better rider than Rossi (at least for the last couple of years). If he can beat Lorenzo (albeit the wrong set up), then logically it is achievable by Rossi and Burgess, provided they have the right set up and a good shoulder. Bottom line is, it is achievable already.


March 15, 2011 11:09 AM

MotoGP » Rossi explains 13th place at tough final test

Anybody who says that Rossi has failed is simply doesn't grasp the concept of bike settings. Does anybody realize that Lorenzo is only 0.281 seconds faster than Rossi. He marked his fastest lap on 9 PM practice and failed to improve the lap time since. It was all simply because they haven't find the right set up. He was 0.413 seconds slower than Spies. Imagine that! Just a wrong set up on the most rider friendly bike on the grid (last year, at least), and they couldn't even beat De Puniet. Now, does it crossed your minds that Burgess maybe hasn't get familiar with the GP11 to make the right set up? When he does, you can be sure that they can cut 0.4 - 0.5 second easily.


March 11, 2011 11:24 PM

MotoGP » Pedrosa: Repsol Honda aren’t a step above

Honda has been a dog for years until the second half of last season. Why should Pedrosa say anything nice about it? As a matter of fact, I think Pedrosa (and Dovi) wouldn't be falling off the bike as often if Honda got it sorted earlier. The only reason Pedrosa hasn't say anything nice about the bike is because he hasn't seen the proof yet, as he himself said in the article.


March 08, 2011 2:12 AM

MotoGP » Stoner: I went back to two-year old electronics

Even with relatively unlimited resources and a better platform of chassis (compared to the CF), it took Honda half of 2010 season to sort the bike out. Before that, Dani and Dovi spent as much time as Stoner in the gravel. So, I don't expect Ducati to sort the CF chassis problem any time soon. Even if they change the frame to aluminum or trellis, it will take them a while to get the bike handling sorted. In the mean time, Rossi has to ride it like Stoner, whether he likes it or not.


March 07, 2011 2:12 AM

MotoGP » Rossi, Hayden join fans at Ducati send-off party

God! the hate in this site is so thick, you can cut it with a knife. We, Rossi's fan know that he won't be racing forever (and we wouldn't want that either). I've been a fan for Rainey, Biaggi and Rossi. So, when Rossi decides to retire, I will definitely find another rider I like. But at the moment, there's just no single sign that shows Rossi is done. It's simply that Stoner and Rossi have different approach and riding style. Stoner is naturally talented rider who can hop on a bike and ride very fast, while Rossi needs to make the bike to suit him. Nothing is wrong with either. Maybe Stoner's approach shows result faster, but Rossi's approach will benefit the team in a longer term. And that might be the fact that Ducati knows and you guys don't.


March 06, 2011 8:02 AM

MotoGP » Rossi: 2002 was biggest change

Somebody said, the more successful you are, the more people would want to see you fail. And no doubt, Rossi is the most successful of the current riders (the 9 world championships, remember?). Wouldn't be surprising if he has more haters who want to see him fail, than other riders. What amazes me is how you guys trying to convince each other that your own rider is the best. It doesn't work that way, and you know that. Rossi's fan will always be Rossi's fan, and Stoner's fan will always be Stoner's fan. And they will defend their rider no matter what, period.

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