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Matthew Birt  says:

ECU glitch halts Valentino Rossi’s Mugello test

Valentino Rossi’s hopes of getting in vital development miles on a revised Ducati GP12 engine in Mugello were wrecked by an engine management glitch that forced the Italian to miss most of the afternoon session. The Italian had only completed 23 laps when a new ECU failed at Turn 12 and Rossi crashed out as a result. The 33-year-old was unhurt in...

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  • Posted 3 years ago (17 July 2012 09:52)

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MR 2 TIMES LUCKY ASS WC IS CRAWLING AWAY AT THE END OF THE SEASON......HA HA HA HA HA LOL

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Atleast rossi had the balls to apologise face to face

With a helmet on and with a media entourage in close attendance. Nothing to do with making a genuine apology, all about harnessing another opportunity to play the media.

He could have done it face to face on their own, without the media scrum if he'd wanted, but that's not the Rossi way.

Apologise in the full glare of the press and TV, make himself look humble and sporting. Stoner would have to accept the apology or appear an unsporting brat. All good for Rossi who scores another public media victory. He wins either way, whether Stoner takes the apology or not. Good old sporting Vale...!!

Except Stoner delivered the line that will ever be remembered and left Rossi stumbling for words and the butt of his own stunt. Priceless.

Stoner didn't deliberately ram Bautista, he didn't leave him chewing on gravel like Rossi once did to Gibernau at Jerez. No-one saw any problem with that deliberate barge. It was the price Gibernau paid for daring to mix it with a rider who races hard. How many comments have you read on this forum wishing Rossi back a the front dishing out some "fairing bashing" to shake up the pussies.

You pussies are full of double standards.

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