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Matthew Birt  says:

Valentino Rossi praises ‘perfect’ Jorge Lorenzo

Valentino Rossi has paid a glowing tribute to reigning MotoGP world champion and 2013 factory Yamaha teammate Jorge Lorenzo after being reunited with the Spaniard for the start of winter testing in Sepang last week. Rossi said Lorenzo was now the most complete rider on the MotoGP grid and an even bigger threat on a factory YZR-M1 than he was when...

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R6nutter6

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R6nutter6 says:

Dovi has zero chance of winning unless it rains

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PaceyCasey says:

R6

 

Dovi has zero chance of winning unless it rains

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Kinda rings a bell. I believe the Duke used to win in the wet but that was more than over 2yrs ago. I'm not too sure what changed tbh bud ;)

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saturn392 says:

Pacey

Different bike - different time - can't compare.   Can't see Dovi winning even in the wet.  Having said that I've always been a Ducati and would love to see 'em back on it.  

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1986VFR750- the delusion is strong with you!

Florence invented the leg wave? hahahahahah hahahahahaaha hahaha haha!!

How about you stop reading that yellow panty wearing David Emmetts blog and then you might see the truth in the world of racing... Flo never invented the leg wave, if you watch anything pre - 2005 before that lizard came into prominence you will see that even Kevin Schwantz was doing that miles before Flo was just starting to grow pubes! And Stoner copying Flo??? hahahahahahahahahahah nearly in stitches now!

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Farnarkle says:

Ducati's temple to Stoner

Ah, Buelligan, one of the zombie troupe..

Wanna bet there aren't photos of every one of Stoner's podiums at Ducati HQ? When Stoner finished at Ducati at Valencia 2010, Ducati hired a hall and mounted great big photos of Stoner's 23 winning podiums on a great big board under the heading, in large writing: 'Grazie, Casey', for the farewell party.  They would have needed the main street for all the photos of his podiums..

Funny, when Rossi finished at Ducati there was no great big celebration, just a few of the lads nipping out to a local bar to down a few and thank god he'd stuffed off.  Hell, Bayliss had more wins on a Duc motoGp bike than Rossi just from his one wildcard ride..

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saturn392

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saturn392 says:

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So that's Stoner's legacy to Ducati ... great big photo's of all his podiums ...  fkin 'ell mate ... get a grip.

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buelligan272 says:

zombie troupe?

Now that's a laugh coming from someone that has just spouted complete rubbish about Stoner and Rossi and Ducati HQ.
Just remember Ducati wanted Rossi to stay with them.
Ducati have not celebrated anything since 07 and it does not look like they will be celebrating again anytime soon.
Now stop fantasizing and try to see reality.

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Kinda rings a bell. I believe the Duke used to win in the wet but that was more than over 2yrs ago. I'm not too sure what changed tbh bud ;)

Stoner is gone and he quit ducrapi because they wouldn't listen to him AND Rossi AND Melandri AND Hayden etc etc

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Farnarkle says:

Ducati wanted Rossi to stay?

Well of course they did - after having their arse dragged through the mud by him, it would have been great publicity to be able to build a bike that even a Rossi could ride competitively.  Since Audi could build the Veyron, even such a mammoth feat should have been possible... eventually. 

Ok, it would have taken Rossi on his average rate of podiums about 30 years to achieve what Stoner managed in four years, but that's no reason to give up hope, is it?  With a really superior bike, Rossi might have managed three or four podiums each year, so he should get there before Stoner's daughter starts in motoGp and finishes his career off entirely.

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