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Matthew Birt  says:

Sepang MotoGP: Valentino Rossi aiming to bounce back in Malaysia

Valentino Rossi is aiming to bounce back from two disastrous flyaway races in Sepang this weekend to strengthen his bid to finish fifth in the overall MotoGP world championship standings. Rossi crashed on the first lap of the Japanese Grand Prix and then tumbled out of fifth during last weekend’s Australian round at the Phillip Island circuit. The 32-year-old has now slipped...

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  • Posted 4 years ago (20 October 2011 12:27)

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Jun 08

Posts: 50

Telboye1 says:

Maybe the Headline should read

Sepang MotoGP: Valentino Rossi aiming to bounce Again in Malaysia :)

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Oct 07

Posts: 1306

hugelean says:

Good luck this weekend Rossi and Nicky and Ducati will be interesting to see the comparisons with both the early ducati test and his outrageous performance from 12th on the yam last year but I'm fairly certain they will be way off .. Presiozi do you really believe you have built a motorcycle worthy of another 20 mil investment next year?? Ducati's refusal to accept their bikes at turd has reach laughable proportions.. The layouts the same as it was in 2009 and it's got the exact same issues and it's had them all along..

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Aug 11

Posts: 32

shallwedance says:


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Apr 11

Posts: 137

mike2265 says:

Not again

When will he learn to shut up.  He said the same thing for phillip island, and motegi and...  He's jinxed himself now.  Perhaps it's not his fault, it's just his PR wing trying to justify their now meager existance. 

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Oct 11

Posts: 253

redracer46 says:

Rossi Bashing

So it begins again... Yawn, seems MCN cant even mention his name in an article these days without a tirade of insults, after or even before a race !

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Aug 02

Posts: 2320

Hedgehog5 says:


Can't see a single insult yet... 1 predictable joke (someone had to say it), an exclamation, 2 valid viewpoints (not particularly anti-Rossi) & yours... ?

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Sep 11

Posts: 11

Kwakasaki23 says:

Rossi ass

loving hypocrite!!!! Camel goat bashing 9 time lucky champ ass bashing moaner!!!!!!  Gay rent boy monkey loving ass face bitch!!!!!!!!!!

What this idot lying motherless camel herder now say??!??!!!  Always moaning like bitch dog!!!!!!  Ass development rider lucky cheating idiot GOAT (gay of all time)!!!!!

Thought I would beat Motoking to his normal twatish comments and make redracer feel a bit more at home.  I think I might have got the accent slightly wrong but think the jist of my comment is pretty close to Motoking.........


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Apr 11

Posts: 1681

ow01fogno1 says:

copy and paste

for every round next season................i hope not but methinks mcn will be.

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Sep 11

Posts: 2289

YamahaGYTR says:


Spies will finish ahead of you this season you couldn't even beat him when he had that trapped nerve in his neck at Brno back in August.

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Oct 11

Posts: 45

lickers says:


Neither could Hayden, Edwards, Aoyama, Barbera, Elias, De Puniet or Capi.


Whats your point......?

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