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Matthew Birt  says:

Valentino Rossi wants crew to join him back at Yamaha

Valentino Rossi has told Yamaha he wants to return to a factory YZR-M1 machine in 2013 with his current crew supporting him. The Italian will end a dismal spell with Ducati at the end of 2012 after signing a two-year deal to re-join Yamaha next season. As expected, Rossi has expressed a desire to Yamaha management to bring his entire technical crew,...

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motoking

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motoking says:

SALARY

and i'm sure JB salary would be like stoner's crew chief salary. who wants to pay so high for set up the already proven bike? that's what yamaha think i'm sure.

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motoking

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motoking says:

GEARBOX

the most funny thing about rossi is when he moved to ducati at first season, he already create GEARBOX to compete honda's. AND IT'S A BIIIGGGGGGG SUCCESSSS!!!! LOL.

 

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA..................................

 

luckily honda already patent its gearbox.

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RidgeRacerHRC

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might as well take all the other clowns with him

Not sure anyone at Ducati would mind the slightest that Rossi takes his useless mob with him. Hope Yamaha dont listen to that numpties development direction, as it appears Jorge and Yam are doing quite well on their own. So much for yamaha being out of sorts since the "development genius' left. HAHAHAHA ooooh burn!

 

Rossi + Ducati= biggest flop in motorcycle racing history.

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chipsandgravy

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wow....just wow

Do they know that his super sensitive senses allows him to make the right choices for the bike's development. His debriefs is one of awe

Ummmm....for the last year and a half while the rest of us have all been following MotoGP, what the hell have you been watching!

"super sensitive senses"....if that's not a dead giveaway you're barely a teenager I dunno what is. Fuck am I not going to miss this type of "fan" when Rossi gives it away. No one is the history of the sport has attracted more braindead fuckwits to it than he has. That's one record no one is sure ever to break.

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666ghostrider666

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Yeah but

Rossi + aprillia + Honda + Yamaha = GOAT

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RidgeRacerHRC

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Fangirl please..

So are all the Flo fangirls just gonna let the Ducati fiasco slide under the rug? hahaha atleast there are normal people in this world that wont forget that yellow numpties spectacular fall from grace!!

Heres a better representation of your hero:

Rossi+Aprilia+Honda+Yamaha+Ducati= blessed career on top machinery resulting in near god status in the eyes of the brainwashed, however when raw talent and adaptability was needed to tame the red beast, the yellow one actually, had little if any, therefore swiftly with tail between his legs, went back to a race winning bike to be Lorenzos bitch. Nice!

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666ghostrider666

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Aw

Again when the stats are raised the stonerites get a cold shudder and pick up on the one failer on an other wise illustrious career. Remember the doc had already held of challenges from the mighty moaning one and the rookie that was Lorenzo in 08 and 09 all after he had turned 27 which is the age your supposed to retire (quit)

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wosihound

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wosihound says:

The meltdown continues..

Stoner runs him a very close second for fucko fans C&G..

Bagging a few wins at the end of the season when everyone else is thinking about their jollidays and gravel is still dropping out of your arsehole from FIVE earlier race crashes in the season, is hardly taming the beast?

Casey was still shitting breeze blocks at Honda with the amount of aggregate he swallowed during his final year on the Ducati.

 

 

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666ghostrider666

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And

Despite winning a few races in said years I believe 4th in the championship was where mr boner came not exactly god like status lol

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Smackbum

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Smackbum says:

Wosideg

You may be right .... MotoGP races at the end of the season are a known joke with nobody really trying very hard to win.  Pity that Valentino didn't bother to take advatage of that fact last year, but no doubt he will pulll his finger out this year and prove he is worthy of the GOAT pedestal.

Still - zero wins in one-and-a-half seasons versus 23 wins in four seasons is a comparitive ratio of .... ummm ...  Sorry - the calculator keeps overflowing when I try to divide by zero.

Casey's career at Ducati is over and his record stands the test of time far better than the twaddle that has been written about it.  Why do people who are supposedly race fans try so desparately to trash one rider's accomplishments?  Is it purely to justify the craven worship of their own personal Jesus?

 

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