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MCN  says:

Poll: Is Rossi making the right move?

It's looking very likely that Rossi is on the way back to Yamaha. Is he making the right move?

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  • Posted 3 years ago (31 July 2012 17:35)

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Mar 11

Posts: 1386

Yamaha3358 says:

Turns up. Takes £30m odd. Gets 1 well deserved podium(still wet). Finishes just 7 points ahead of Nicky Hayden in his first season. Is currently not even top Ducati this season. Countless updates. Endless blaming of the bike.

and he just gives up? ...

Clearly it's not the right move. You could call it a 'hit and run'.

BUT, i do want to see him at Yamaha again. Imagine that: Valentino Rossi - number 2 rider.

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Sep 11

Posts: 2289

YamahaGYTR says:

Respect will be lost if he goes back and playing second fiddle he won't like that Lorenzo will nail him even more.

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Jul 12

Posts: 3189

wosihound says:

Stay where you are Buster..

VAG will likely throw a kitchen sink at the job. Furasawa is learning Italian and new 2014 rules should see more emphasis on riders, as opposed to the bike.

Suck it all up and start again.

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Jun 11

Posts: 24

rossi yamaha move

i dont blame him as the bike in ducati only won the championship with stoner but you saw how often he lost the front he even had silly wings on front aswell and still wasnt doing well but i also want rossi to retire on a high . and lets be honest he is 9 ties champ surely that counts for some thin

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Aug 02

Posts: 1754

cheekymonkey says:

I wish

I was as sure of that statement as winning the lottery next week YGYTR!

I agree Jorge is in the peak of his career right now and will certainly take some beating. In fact I reckon next season, if Rossi`s on a Yam, he`ll be the only person to take a challenge to him. Maybe Dani will put in his odd decent weekend. But for a championship fight, who else but Rossi is going to run Jorge to the edge?
You`d have to say Jorge will be tough to beat over a season but Rossi still has the will and ability to win.

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Apr 11

Posts: 1681

ow01fogno1 says:

sore loser

cant develop shit, cant ride round problems, yamaha is his only salvation and thats becasue of money, his results dont and wont ever justify getting back on the best bike in the paddock, typical fucking italian suckers.

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Jan 12

Posts: 53

Preadator says:

Rossi has 2 years left in Motogp, it's far too big a gamble to stick with Ducati and hope it all comes good. He's got nine titles already and realistically won't win another, but at least on a Yamaha he will be near the front having fun and challenging for the podium. At least he won't be able to blame the bike anymore and if he loses he will know it's because of him and no more excuses, i think he can live with that.

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Sep 11

Posts: 2289

YamahaGYTR says:

Two good things Yamaha has a sponsor and running at the front but I still stand by what I said bad choice going back to old pastures.

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Jun 11

Posts: 2564

PaceyCasey says:


Finish the job you started.



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Jan 04

Posts: 287

R6nutter6 says:

Yes, the duke is a pig, that's why no other rider is winning on it either

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