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Matthew Birt  says:

US MotoGP: Valentino Rossi talks about potential Yamaha return

Valentino Rossi has given his views on a potential return to Yamaha’s factory squad in 2013, with speculation rampant in Laguna Seca that he will reject a new two-year offer to remain with Ducati. Rossi has been negotiating with Yamaha and a return to partner bitter rival Jorge Lorenzo could even be confirmed prior to the next round in Indianapolis. Rossi left...

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Sheene Fan7

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Sheene Fan7 says:

well its sorted now, ducati just said rossi leaving at the end of this year

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HDGuy

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HDGuy says:

Rossi

The Ducati is not as refined or as developed as the Honda or Yamaha, & Rossi tried to change the Ducati into a M1 clone. Stoner proved that if you grab it by the scruff of the neck, the Duke performs, but that isn't Rossi's style. I think that the last 2 seasons have proven that Rossi isn't the be all & end all some like to think.

I'd also like to see Stoner give it a run at the end of the season just to prove a point.

It should also prove interesting what happens next seaon, especially as Rossi has admitted he does not like having a team mate that beats him. He'll have to get used to being the No.2 rider & not spit his dummy out every 5 seconds if things don't go his way.

And no doubt, the technical genius Jerry Burgess, without who Rossi would not have had the same success, will be continuing the partnership with an bike configuration they are happier with.

Roll on the 2013 season!!  (Even is it is just to see Rossi getting beaten again :D)

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