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Matthew Birt  says:

Illness forces Valentino Rossi to miss second day in Sepang

A flu bug forced Valentino Rossi to miss the whole of the second day of MotoGP testing action at the Sepang circuit in Malaysia today. The Italian arrived at the circuit this morning complaining of severe body aches and pains and he was immediately sent to the Clinica Mobile where he was placed on a drip. The 32-year-old, who finished ninth quickest...

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bailbath

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bailbath says:

illness

Perhaps the Ducati is contagious from Stoners illness......

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Hedgehog5

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Hedgehog5 says:

Staying at the Pan Pacific?... sounds like a Honda hotel... wouldn't he have been better off at the Hypermotel?

GWS Rossi :o)

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shamone46

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shamone46 says:

First Cal now Vale, Not good!

Its bring your own food from now on

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Nostrodamus

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Nostrodamus says:

Il Duce - ill Ducati

The last thing Rossi needs right now is to miss valuable seat time. A real bummer for him and Ducati. As the other Ducati riders appear not to be stepping up to the plate. I wonder how many GP11 incarnations are banging around Sepang right now?

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750FLYER

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750FLYER says:

Bailbath...

lol... like it!!

Contagious??? It'll certainly take the contagious to master the Duke at this rate!!   :D 

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nigel041

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nigel041 says:

contagious!

Yeah, next thing we'll hear is Rossi won't be having milk on his rusks!

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Ianthemakem

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Ianthemakem says:

Nige041 750 flyer

Must be shit going through life hating the best

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hugelean

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hugelean says:

Get well soon Vale! you're needed up front.. Valuable time lost, but I don't think this season will be like the last 3 were if you were off the pace even one week you were out of contention. There are many fast riders who will all take points off each other. And I expect plenty of falls as they all try to out do each other... Get fit Vale and fix the bike... the rest is easy..

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cossie748

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cossie748 says:

It's all part of the mind games, if he's not on the track testing then the others will have no idea what to expect when the lights go out at quatar!

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ginge46

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ginge46 says:

Interesting point...

Cossie748 you make an interesting point there i wonder if he could of ridden today?? Or like you say maybe just chill out n' not give much away, you can never tell with Rossi as he is the master at the maind games!

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