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Matthew Birt  says:

Valentino Rossi: ‘My first goal is the podium’

Valentino Rossi’s first mission on his return to Yamaha in this year's MotoGP world championship is to score his first podium since the end of 2010.The 33-year-old is making his first official appearance since re-signing for Yamaha during a special promotional tour in Indonesia, where he is helping launch a new logo for one of the factory team’s key sponsors,...

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ow01fogno1

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ow01fogno1 says:

on the official site

but you have to pay for it!!!!

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supermario

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supermario says:

edd

I've indulged you because for the most part you seem like a decent guy, but your last post was seriously infantile. Get a grip fella.

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CHRainmaker

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CHRainmaker says:

"that's partly the reason why he's sitting in a car, this year."

No!, it's mainly because of bellends like you Corny..

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Hedgehog5

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Hedgehog5 says:

Corny...

"still hasn't got over the move VR46 put on him on the Corkscrew"

Nope... that was Vale brought that up in a recent interview... Stoner just responded to what was a rather strange (why even mention someone who's now left the sport?) & overtly provocative statement about something that happened almost 5 years ago. 

"In an interview with Dainese’s Legends magazine, Ducati flop Rossi took another swipe at Stoner over the race which has become one of the most talked about of the modern era."

http://www.motorcyclenews.com/MCN/sport/sportresults/MotoGP/2012/December/dec1312-rossi-and-stoner-clash-again-over-laguna/

Interesting that another thread about Rossi has turned to be about slagging off Stoner again... he's not in MotoGP... move on!

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PaceyCasey

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PaceyCasey says:

Cornfed

still hasn't got over the move VR46 put on him on the Corkscrew.

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No reference to Vales SPECTACULAR entrance to the Corkscrew? Lack of concentration wasn't it? Dementia setting in perhaps....................................for the pair of you?

 

 

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Bultoboy

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Bultoboy says:

If your going into a new racing series as a complete novice its probably not a good idea to start slagging off the established stars before you have even completed a competative lap. Not only is it a bit thick but its disrespectful

Once upon a time, a young rider who hadn't yet moved into the big class of bike racing, 500cc, launched a campaign of vitriol against an older rider who was in the big class at the time. The hatred went as far as the younger refusing to even mention the name the elder on his website, merely leaving a blank where his name should have been so as to be deliberately disrespectful.

They'd never raced together in any series as the elder had moved up a class before the younger arrived in it. They had no history, yet the younger hated the elder. Why? What had he done to warrant this behaviour? The only reason for this you can assume, was jealously of the attention the elder rider received in their home country due to his success in 125 and 250 GP racing. The younger was hungry for the same adulation and prepared to do anything to usurp the elder's status as the darling of the fans.

Their names - Rossi / Biaggi

But that was acceptable because Rossi is, well, Rossi and a different set of rules apply to a rider who has been directly disrespectful to and fallen out with more riders than any other in recent history. Double standards again from the yellow brigade

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DogBert

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DogBert says:

So what you're saying Bultob...

... in your roundabout manner, is that Casey's out of order?

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Bultoboy

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Bultoboy says:

Nope

just that you lot criticise one rider for doing something you deem acceptable by another - moaning, having better equipment, using rough tactics, criticising another rider etc.

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saturn392

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saturn392 says:

Bulto

It's called human nature mate - no cure - it's what makes the world go round.

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Bultoboy

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Bultoboy says:

Indeed

I see it at work, day in day out...  but when it comes to judging riders, there are rules and there are rules for Rossi - from a certain element.

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