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Matthew Birt  says:

Valentino Rossi cagey on 2013 plans

Valentino Rossi has denied his own future in MotoGP is close to being sorted out after Jorge Lorenzo penned a new two-year deal with Yamaha’s factory squad earlier this week. Rossi is keeping his options open despite Ducati publicly stating its intention to keep the Italian legend for 2013. Lorenzo will stay with Yamaha for 2013 and ’14 but Rossi, who has...

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Nostrodamus

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Nostrodamus says:

The neverending story

would be what Rossi staying at Ducati to finish what he started would be Pacey!

Get the man on a Honda so the ignominy will be complete, as it would appear there remains a pocket of dilusioned denialists that think Rossi would still be competitive if only he had the best bike on the grid. Oh damn that has to be a M1 then...hmmm that's not going to happen now. Then again RCV failure would just give more of the pathetic 'crap bike that Casey left him' whining, whinging and bleating that the Oompa Loompa's are champions of. No wait, maybe he's already on the best bike on the grid?

I know pickings are slim out there but I'm surprised Ducati have the stomach to continue with Rossi. I dare say the offer on the table from Corse has a few less zero's and a lot of crossed out clauses in comparison to the heady 2010 one. Ducati need a thorough clean out of their riders and take a punt on a youngster or two.

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Nostrodamus

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Nostrodamus says:

Podium from Rossi in the wet

over Stoner?! That means Rossi has to find more than a minute over 2011 Wosi. And all from a man who's bottle ran dry years ago.

Handsome? Charismatic? Oh yes I keep forgetting these are essential GP traits in our modern vacuous cult of celebrity times. Never mind the lack of speed Wosi at least from a certain angle with the right amount of photoshopping on his bum fluff Rossi is pretty and delivers the odd decent one liner.

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acanada46

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acanada46 says:

pc and nostro

pc Vale should stay and finish the job he started.....like stoner,desert the sinking ship

nostro,lets hope your predictions are right otherwise your look a right numpty dumpty as usual.

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parris

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parris says:

pacey stacey

It doesn't matter how hard ducati work if they don't deliver working fixes/parts. That is the whole point that people are saying about ducati, they are just a small garage outfit who don't have the resources to understand things like materials science eg harmonics of materials in carbon fibre. Furasawa from Yamaha actualy told everyone in interviews why carbon fibre doesn't work. Its a brilliant read Furasawa on the harmonics carbon fibre. Yes, Ducati owe Rossi a decent bike . Presiozi can't build one. When will ducati sack the loser presiozi Ducati make POS bikes with sales gimmicks like 90 degree L engines and carbon fibre and magic beans.

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hobes

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hobes says:

Just VR or could Ducaudi be cagey about spending vs results pull support for GP funnel it into WSBK, wow what a series would be with just HRC and Yamaha and those pretend things.

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Nostrodamus

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Nostrodamus says:

Jeez there's one born everyday alright

yes our little french connection Preziosi just laid up those CF chassis' in his bedroom and cured them in his Mum's oven.

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RobTZ

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RobTZ says:

Whatever He Rides

Whatever manufacturer he chooses, I just hope he can get back to challenging Lorenzo and Pedrosa. Sorry forgot to also mention challenging Ben at the top, Dovi and hopefully Cal. This is the GOAT after all.

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supermario

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supermario says:

Memory loss?

"Podium from Rossi in the wet over Stoner?! That means Rossi has to find more than a minute over 2011 Wosi. And all from a man who's bottle ran dry years ago"
 

I guess thats why Rossi handed stoner his ass in Le Mans then

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Nostrodamus

It would probably be better not to post when you have been drinking as your posts become unintelligible drivel.

When Stoner leaves, the only person capable of challenging Lorenzo for the title is Rossi so Honda will either have to go cap in hand to Valentino or just accept that the World Championship will be at Yamaha for the foreseeable future.

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Nostrodamus

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Nostrodamus says:

The dilusion is strong in this one

Rossi beats Stoner once in 18 months of trying, and then only by a couple of seconds in the wet, not even for the victory, and that's an 'arse handing' WTF?!

Again cartoon boy. Stoner was 64 seconds in front of Rossi as he won Silverstone 2011. That's an 'arse handing'.

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