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November 08, 2015 11:00 PM

MotoGP » Rossi blasts Marquez after MotoGP title defeat

VR took on MM and lost!! His games may have worked on Gibernau, Biaggi and others over the years, but he seriously underestimated MM and showed his true colours in the process. He can dish it out, but doesn't like the taste of his own medicine, he got what he deserved! Congratulations to JL and nice to see Biaggi there to celebrate. There will be a number of other riders who have been on the receiving end of the VR treatment that would have thoroughly enjoyed yesterdays result. Karma catches up with VR.


August 31, 2013 1:29 AM

MotoGP » Silverstone puts smile on Rossi's face, but MotoGP 'too perfect'

I think that MM, JL and DP would still be in front of VR without the electronics. The fact is these guys are faster than VR and he can't catch them. Reducing the electronics might be a good thing, but I maintain that the above 3 will still be in front of VR most of the time, they are at a different place in their career and VR best days are behind him. It's not disrespect to VR, it's a fact of life. The sad thing is had VR retired a few years back, he wouldn't be experiencing the pain of defeat by younger faster riders.


August 26, 2013 8:03 AM

MotoGP » Rossi 'won't give up' in pursuit of top three

I still maintain that Rossi's best years are behind him. I'm not taking anything away from a spectacular career, but it is quite a while since he's been up the front consistently. The more he rides on the worse it looks, this reduction in performance was easily excused on the Ducati, but he's on a fast bike now. For those of you who didn't agree with me last time and became personal, I've never stated that Rossi is not a great, but he's a slow great now. It's time to retire Val and enjoy some of your earnings.


July 20, 2013 9:22 AM

MotoGP » Valentino Rossi: We are not yet there

I think Val should have retired a couple of years ago. I'll elaborate further for those of you who were so offended at my last post. As I have stated before, I'm a Casey Stoner fan, but I truly respect the skill and talent of ALL the riders. Val was once the man to beat, but not anymore. Not consistently anyway. He may put a win or 3 together this year, but he's done in terms of championships...he's won plenty already. As he rides on instead of retiring, one loses the memory of when he was great and sees him for the results he can earn now.......No disrespect to Val, but I say go and enjoy something else for a while and be remembered as a great, not a consistent top 5er!!

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