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Matthew Birt  says:

Valentino Rossi worried about race pace in Jerez

Valentino Rossi might have ended the opening day of practice for the Jerez MotoGP clash just outside of the top three, but the Italian fears he lacks the speed over race distance to fight Jorge Lorenzo and Dani Pedrosa for victory in Sunday’s 27-lap race. The nine-times world champion set a best time of 1.39.874 to finish 0.312s behind factory Yamaha...

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Firebird3

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Firebird3 says:

Reeled in

Yep, a few carefully chosen words by Rossi has you sad fcks reeled in again. He could just say that the testing is going brilliant with no problems, but what would be the fun in that,especially with you fuckos around.

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Stonered

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Stonered says:

How does winging endlessly about the best of bikes on the grid constitute as carefully chosen words...I guess that's why he needs Cals data sheet to set up his bike.... :)

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Firebird3

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Firebird3 says:

I rest my case!!!

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princeofrepsol

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I told you when he signed

Rossi is going to hurt himself trying to keep up with Jorge, Casey was right you are a blood thirsty lot, time to make a change and campaign for your fallen idols retirement before he really hurts himself. I don't know how some of you look at yourselves in he mirror.  

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Chrisb970

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Chrisb970 says:

Oh Dear...

A lowly, sapping 9th place just edging in front of a the tow king Barbera. How long will Dovi's patience last with the big red lump? How long will this clean up operation take? Will it be too late for Dovi? There is still a foul stench coming from that front end and how long have ducati known about this. Dovi needs more than just kim and aggie cleaning this ducati mess up... He needs a miracle. I hope you have been praying rev.

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Chrisb970

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Chrisb970 says:

I noticed Rev

I also noticed there were quite a few front end wash outs and to my surprise none of the victims were on ducati's. Progress? Perhaps...

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Firebird3

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Firebird3 says:

Prince

Does that mean Dani and Cal should retire as well, after all, they crashed trying to keep up with Jorge. It seems that the Rossi haters are still obsessed with him, as there is no mention of Cal and Dani cracking under the pressure. If Rossi hadn't of crashed, I wouldn't put it past the morons on here, to say that he wasn't trying!!!!!

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cheekymonkey

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cheekymonkey says:

Good post

Firebird.

Over the years I`ve noticed a tendency for Rossi to qualify on 2nd or 3rd rows, then idiots who should know better then right him off, then he either wins or podiums on the Sunday.
Week in week out. Same stuff on here. When will you learn?

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Hedgehog5

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Hedgehog5 says:

Cheeky...

"I`ve noticed a tendency for Rossi to qualify on 2nd or 3rd rows, then idiots who should know better then right him off, then he either wins or podiums on the Sunday.
Week in week out"

Last time he won the championship he poled in 7 of the 17 rounds. His lowest qualifying was 4th. Apart from Sepang 2010 you have to go back a looooong way to his last win from below 4th on the grid. Qualifying 5th/6th/7th may give you the occasional win but I remember him winning championships & it wasn't from mid-field.

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