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Matthew Birt  says:

Aragon MotoGP: Valentino Rossi to miss end of season?

Valentino Rossi might miss the final two races of the MotoGP campaign in Estoril and Valencia to undergo surgery on his badly damaged right shoulder. Rossi hinted that he would opt for surgery after the forthcoming series of back-to-back flyaway races in Japan, Malaysia and Australia after he slumped to a frustrating and disappointing sixth place in Spain. The 31-year-old was never...

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  • Posted 4 years ago (20 September 2010 10:45)

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Oct 08

Posts: 262

LaughingGas says:

Get on with it

Why wait, he should book himself in for a shoulder op on Monday. another 4 races could make it worse. this year is written off. Then put up a sign saying "Elvis has left the building" on Yamaha's HQ.

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Oct 09

Posts: 31

mikivic says:

I would bet any money that if Rossi decides to have the surgery before the end of the season, Yamaha will come out and say that they would have let Rossi test the Ducati.

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Mar 08

Posts: 264

stompmyduke says:

Can't help thinking he's left it too late. Shoulders are difficult to mend, and i don't think Rossi has done himself any favours by racing with the injury. My shoulder didn't get any better, and many riders have retired with this problem including Sete Gibernau - Twice.

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Feb 09

Posts: 208

goat46 says:

Just do it !!!!

Vale , bugger the end of the season , nobody wants to see you ambling around down the field,  you are a way better rider than that. Go get that shoulder fixed ,get fit and come back ready to do battle and race at the front where you belong. No way Yamaha will give you a head start on the Ducati , its not personal its buisness ,and with fewer tests than you had when you left Honda for Yamaha you need to be at full strength. If Yamaha do play hard ball it will only fire up the GOAT even more !!!!!

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