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Matthew Birt  says:

Valentino Rossi rubbishes retirement talk

Valentino Rossi has moved quickly to dismiss reports claiming the Italian star was going to retire at the end of 2012. A report in today’s Daily Telegraph claimed Rossi would retire at the end of his second season with Ducati, or even quit before the end of the campaign because of his failure to make the Desmosedici a competitive force in...

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simoncbr1000rr

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best bike

if stoner was on the yamaha or honda he would win....if his teammate was lorenzo or rossi he would still win.....the reason? he`s a faster,more gifted  rider simple......he can take a bike onto a different performance plateau from the rest....so the best bike bit doesn`t really matter....as steve parrish said u can`t put a fag paper between the honda and yamaha.....so it comes down to skill and talent and stoner is blessed on a level rossi and lorenzo can only dream of

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revnev7

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revnev7 says:

WoMD.....

There are some fck wits on here, led by the biggest fck wit of them all, whose knowledge
of Moto gp ,or anything else, I can ably demonstrate by showing, thankfully just a few, of
his classic and incisive posts;

The current WC getting his arse plated by his team-mate         CLEVER
No big effort just as long as he’s top of the time sheet being cheeky, or is it over confident
lazy and clueless?  
   IS IT ?

Stoner may find the biggest pressure of all comes from within, personally,I`d like to see it
happen.

BET YOU WOULD.

Which is why they got rid of him, (CS), and hired Rossi whose precise feedback has spawned
the new bike and a fresh start in which all rider’s will benefit

HOW THAT GOING ?

Rossi will be gunning for Stoner, (2012 ), and when he manages to turn it around and get
Casey blubbing and all red faced again, forcing him to crack under pressure, SOME OF US
WILL STILL BE HERE TO REMIND YOU OF THE ERROR OF YOUR WAYS.

WE SURE WILL DICK-HEAD.

Time for you to come out of the closet, hold hands with your good friend milky-bollox, and
skip off into the sunset. Maybe you can co-write a book with Blair, ( another one who love’s money),
a HOW TO BOOK, how to find weapon’s of mass destruction, the easy way . Just MAKE IT UP,
your fu**ing good at that         DICKWAD.    SWOSI.

 

 

 

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jamieg999

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jamieg999 says:

Not winning or winning in the lower classes is indicative of nothing.

The riders that win and are successful ie WC in all three classes are rare. Winning in them doesn't guarantee future glory and not taking part in them doesn't equal failure either. Pedrosa and Doohan spring to mind. Wosi you still hang on to the notion that Casey Stoner isn't what he appears and something else must be aiding it to make "it" happen, not just Casey Stoner.

You've still got this ridiculous notion that the sport requires single minded adulation of only one rider and a large part of that adulation is what you were led to believe is the case. If this was religion you'd extreme Muslim/Christian and I'd still be agnostic, maybe atheist.

Ducati, where were his team mates in the results during his time there? HRC where have his team mate(s) been in his time there? How many 1 -2 finishes have there been involving Casey Stoner and his team mate in the last 5 years?

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revnev7

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revnev7 says:

BENNY HH......

          Just spreading the lurve mate,don`t wan`t to restrict the knowledge to just a few.                                 And as for Mr.Thinker,I don`t really expect you or milky to understand much at all        the yellow "T" shirt`s    give a pretty good clue of what to expect !                                                                                                                While were at it,maybe you`ve got some more wisdom to impart on the subject of CV,i`ve already said he should finish dead last,or am I way out with that one       like you alway`s are.

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Ivebeenthehero

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Noisy about not retiring but very quiet about continuing with Ducati. Would they even want him if he doesn't improve? I suppose they would but not on his current vast salary. Imagine how many Cals you could buy for a Rossi wage.

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simoncbr1000rr

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wosi

he was 4th 2 years on the trot for the same reason rossi will be nowhere 2 yrs on the trot....caseys got far more talent than rossi

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simoncbr1000rr

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bloodbubble

have u got a brain......to do what stoner did for 4yrs on the dogshit duke how good do u think he has needed to be????.........when u have 2 close bikes (honda and yamaha) it is then that the rider makes the difference......rossi has done a SHIT job on the duke end of.....no matter what wosi might want to tell u....he has done jack shit,nothing,zilch,fuk all......sometimes winning the championship doesn`t necessarily mean your the best rider...ask nicky.......rossi has done his winning on the best equipment....stoner has won on far inferior equipment(as rossi has said)....and when rossi is handed a bike that needs real skill to get the best out he has fallen woefully short of talent to do the job.

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simoncbr1000rr

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jamie

your wasting your breath mate....wosi sleeps with a life size rubber rossi every night....and has his rose tinted rossi helmet welded to his head

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Firebird3

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Firebird3 says:

Simon

If CS is as talented as you say he is, it shouldn't matter what bike he was on, he should of been WC in the last 4 years.  Pehaps he isn't as talented as you think he is and your judgement is clouded by your obsession with him, which is confirmed by your multiple posts ranting. Go and get a CS mask for your Mrs and get it out your system.

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leemuz

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leemuz says:

LOL

 

All this stoner can take it to another level crap is so boring......the short memories of the orange thong brigade seem to forget rossi's dominance on the repsol honda.....

A 10 second penalty..........oh ok i'll win by 15 seconds then and that'll s**t on there fire.........

All the if's n but's too........lol.......If rossi was still with Repsol honda he would be 14 times world champ....!!!!

Probably would seem as the honda is easily best bike......i mean even NH69 won on it........

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