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German MotoGP results: Rossi wins after clash with Lorenzo

Valentino Rossi defended his world title successfully at the Sachsenring beating his team mate Jorge Lorenzo by just over a tenth of a second. Rossi and Lorenzo left the pack behind by the 13th lap so the rest of the race was a battle for the top position between the two Yamaha riders. 1 Valentino ROSSI Fiat Yamaha Team 41'21.769 2 Jorge LORENZO...

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  • Posted 6 years ago (19 July 2009 16:28)

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Jul 08

Posts: 86

Keeno46 says:


Vale has 158 most podiums :P

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Apr 09

Posts: 478

1986vfr750 says:


what agreat race.its awesome to see the top 4/5 guys in the world slogging it out.  Lorenzo rode an awesome race and he is the future unless hes stupid enough to call yamahas bluff.  However, its a wee bit harder to "por fuero" valentino rossi than anyone hes ever faced before, especially when valentino decides that you are his number one challenger.  Someday lad, but you will have to be kissed by the gods that day.  Well done top 4!  And long reign the DOCTOR!!!!!!!!

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Jun 09

Posts: 123

antimagneto says:

Last corner plan?

Although I admit the footage is brief to judge from, anyone else suspect Lorenzo planned to dive inside Rossi on the last corner only to find Talmacsi in the way?

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Dec 08

Posts: 80

Hail Vale

Please ensure you watch EVERY GP Rossi races in. You (like me) are watching 'Greatness'. Whoever you support, whoever you want to beat him, enjoy the sheer magnificence of surely the Greatest motorcycle racer ever.

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Apr 08

Posts: 3

Kay0301 says:

Forza Vale

It is an honour to watch him racing.  I feel sooo lucky to be a part of the Rossi era.  Jorge is a great talent and a worthy successor but not yet!!!!!  The Doctor is still the class of the field.  Vale we love's to a win at Donny!!!!

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Apr 09

Posts: 17

Tordy3002 says:


Excellent race!

I like Lorenzo, not only is he a great rider, but is a nice guy too! Has woken Rossi's up! Swear his now riding at his best, and from his celebration, enjoying it emensely! Excellent to watch, aweosme riding.

The final drag for the line was quality to watch, was crapping my pants! Rossi on the back wheel! haha.

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Mar 09

Posts: 5118

Nostrodamus says:

What a load of Drivel Vajrapaddy

A racer wants to win a race in the easiest manner possible - preferably by going away from the rest with a safety margin retained. Something Rossi has done dozens of times in the past, but this hasn't happened so much in the 800 era due to the quality of the opposition. This is MotoGP not a choreographed ballet or some club race where one dominant rider can have a cup of tea and a tug down the back straight and 'toy' with the opposition. Rossi is being forced to ride at or very near 100%. Of course coming out on top after such a close tussle is extremely satisfying and more exhilarating for the winner & fans. Kudos to all of them.

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Aug 02

Posts: 719

grayzx7r says:


                                                              ROSSI    RULES    OK

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