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Matthew Birt  says:

Aragon MotoGP: Third row not a disaster, says Valentino Rossi

Valentino Rossi brushed off a crash that left him on the third row of the grid at the end of qualifying at a cool and cloudy Motorland Aragon this afternoon. Rossi lost the front-end of his factory Ducati GP12 on the entry to the second corner and after walking away unhurt he returned to the track to set a best time...

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MandyRamola

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MandyRamola says:

Of course it's not a disaster.

It's completely standard.

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PaceyCasey

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PaceyCasey says:

Third row not a disaster, says Valentino Rossi

It was 2yrs ago. 'Nuff said :)

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wosihound

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wosihound says:

He'll pull a rabbit out tomoz..and you know it.

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princeofrepsol

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Rabbit.....

these days its more likely to be a gerbil LOL.

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MrKrabs

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MrKrabs says:

Rossi

Great rider, shit bike, sooner he gets back on the Yam the better, its getting embarassing listening to guy try and sound positive about a bike he and the rest of the world know is a steaming pile of turd.

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Bob Buttamasangy

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So then, with the eyetie wanker leaving and no need to pander to his fucked up ego, Chief Klingon Vito finally admits that the recent steps forward for the bike have come, as Hayden has said, from the input of the American. "The setup Rossi uses now is more similar to the one always used by Nicky".

Two years and umpteen millions of dollars later, another insight into the genius of Flo, what a fkn surprise! 

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wosihound

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wosihound says:

You senile old Trout Bob..That was Casey Stoner, two years ago and after four years at Ducati which cost them about two and sixpence..

Pay attention son?

http://superbikeplanet.com/2010/Sep/100918rydernotes.htm

 

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Bob Buttamasangy

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Check GPone Wosi, from the Klingon's mouth himself and stop living in your strongbow modified past ya fuckin' sheila.

Anyway, petty good value for a championship and the pride in knowing there's an odds on chance of having your bike and rider at the front some time during race weekend. Ahhhh, the good old days eh.

btw get your old name back! 'hound' reminds me of the useless, good for nuthin' mutts I've had to take on the dreaded one way trip to the back paddock with the shovel.

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wosihound

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wosihound says:

Hell hath no fury..

Guareschi is a Gibbon..and a fkin slow one too. He is just one part of the Ducati triumvirate of three wise monkeys directly responsible for the state of that bike along with batty boy Franco and pertinacious Prezel.

They have had their collective sorry arsed reputations very publicly shot to pieces after Furusawa Sans visit to explain fundamental race bike design and are desperate for absolution now the Germans are running the show.

As I said the other day, it wouldn't surprise me if the step forward they found at Misano is packed away until next year when the improvements directed by Rossi can be rolled out and claimed as success after he's left. You know what the Italians are like Bob?

Expect all three to be jobless starting from Valencia.   

Haydens a good kid and certainly knew more about what a decent bike felt like than Stoner when he was there, but if they're basing a bike on his say so with just three wins in 10 years and fk all for the last six..God help them all.

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CBR11X

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CBR11X says:

"Haydens a good kid and certainly knew more about what a decent bike felt like than Stoner when he was there, but if they're basing a bike on his say so with just three wins in 10 years and fk all for the last six..God help them all."

 

So which is it Wosi? Hayden's a set-up genius compared to Stoner (remind us again how many time Hayden won on the Duc?), or he knows fuck all. You are hitting the sauce hard aren't you mate?

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