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Matthew Birt  says:

Valentino Rossi unlikely to race new chassis in Qatar

Valentino Rossi is unlikely to race a new factory Yamaha YZR-M1 chassis in the season’s opening MotoGP round in Qatar next weekend. The Italian managed to evaluate the new frame at the end of the final pre-season test in Jerez yesterday (Monday), albeit in far from ideal conditions to make an accurate judgement on its potential. Heavy mid-morning rain meant the track...

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  • Posted 2 years ago (26 March 2013 09:21)

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Jul 08

Posts: 134

kennygorrie says:


You sound like a total nob, why don't you piss off and join a football forum where ud fit in

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Oct 08

Posts: 610

hello4646 says:


Fatrat for a piece of that humble pie and yes you do sound like a reet Knob.  But i guess thats why your on here as an arm chair knob as clearly you know "all - fuck all" 


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Jul 06

Posts: 2049

buelligan272 says:

new bits

Rossi managed to top the time sheets on the current bike and knowing Yamaha the new chassis will be better so it's all looking pretty rosy in the Yamaha camp.
Formidable combination JL and VR and CC may help to keep the Honda's at bay.

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Jul 12

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wosihound says:

Wednesday tomoz..Baa

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Oct 08

Posts: 610

hello4646 says:


Like the Fat Rat post.  But i fear it wil be lost on him, as clearly he don't understand how things work

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Jan 13

Posts: 98

Farnarkle says:

Clever old Rossi

Despite his comments that he had learned nothing at Ducati, obviously he had... when he started out (with the terrible shoulder etc.) on the Ducati that Stoner left him in 2011, he was getting results of around 15 seconds behind the winner, but when his legendary development skills kicked in there, he managed to stretch that out to 30 seconds plus behind the winner reliably.

So sticking with the bike Jorge developed is far more likely to help him than putting his oar into the development situation at Yamaha - not that they're likely to listen to him any more..

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