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Poll: What should Rossi do?

It's not going well for the Italian legend this year. Seventh at the Portuguese MotoGP is his best result so far and rumours of retirement persist in the media. If you were Rossi, what would you do now? pollcomment

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A7X_916

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A7X_916 says:

Let the internet...

bitching amongst grown men, over who is better Vale or Casey, commence! My thinking, go to WSB with Ducati and have some fun! MotoGp is getting rather dull nowadays unlike WSB and Moto2 which are fantastic!

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ow01fogno1

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ow01fogno1 says:

dream on

rossi would get his ass handed to him in world supers, and we all really know it now. quit and keep the goat pride.

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Yamaha3358

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Yamaha3358 says:

Personally, I'd like to see him move to WSB. The past 18months have put a serious dent in Rossi's reputation. At least if he moves to Superbikes he can 'soften' the Ducati GP nightmare and possibly go out on a high, should he be successful. Rossi is no longer at the level of Stoner and Lorenzo. if he stays in MotoGP any longer, he'll run the risk of being known as the man who only won on the best bikes - with much weaker team mates. No wonder he blocked a Stoner transfer in 2006.

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williewheelbreaker

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What can he do???

Have a couple of drinks, get on the floor and dance!

Get up every morning pick his nose and flick it at this forum!

Cuz winning is not an option!

(Giggle)

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trailler

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trailler says:

MCN.....

...and there large wooden spoon :lol:

 

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A7X_916

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A7X_916 says:

Re: dream on

What makes you think Rossi will have his ass handed to him in WSB Fog? Lots of examples there of the more elder statesmen of Motorcycle racing enjoying their twilight years of racing there as well as being successful. Bayliss was champion at 39, Biaggi also 38 and Checa was 39. Both Biaggi and Checa are doing well (for the most part) this season too. So, genuine question (and not look to create an argument) why you feel Rossi would not be able to replicate this too? ps Why aren't the spaces between my paragraphs appearing in my posts?

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ow01fogno1

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ow01fogno1 says:

rep to ax

in all honesty because of the simmo loss last season, dont you think that is hauting him? also his confidence,his rep is to big for world supers and he wont risk going there an getting duffed up by the younger hungry boys,he wont go there and dominate will he, the rules bikes and tyres are all different.

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PaceyCasey

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PaceyCasey says:

Quit with dignity

.....has my vote.

Rossi 'aint another Biaggi, Melandri etc etc. He's better than that. Far better. Screw WSB, come back as a team owner/manager on the GP scene. 

Time to move on to pastures new. 

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YamahaRacer

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YamahaRacer says:

Give it one more season and then if that fails quit with dignity.

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Ivebeenthehero

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I think he has given Ducati long enough now. He had a good finish last time out so it would be interesting to first see if he can build on that. If not I'd sit the rest of the year out and ride something else next year. At the end of the day he could finance a year in MotoGP without breaking his bank.

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