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Poll: Is Rossi making the right move?

It's looking very likely that Rossi is on the way back to Yamaha. Is he making the right move?

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Firebird3

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Firebird3 says:

Faster1

You could say that Stoner whose results were getting steadily worse from 2007, is the one who was doing the quitting. He saw the Honda, liked what he saw and he went for it and who can blame him. Rossi is doing exactly the same, he sees the Ducati not moving in the right direction, so he is looking at the Yamaha.

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LaughingGas

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LaughingGas says:

@goat46: He's going to achieve nothing if the engineers/designers won't listen so you can hardly blame him. Ductai have serious design faults that even stoner was starting to find hard to live with after 2007.

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LaughingGas

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LaughingGas says:

@goat46: He's going to achieve nothing if the engineers/designers won't listen so you can hardly blame him. Ductai have serious design faults that even stoner was starting to find hard to live with after 2007. + I'm pretty sure judging by the other article of Lorenzo being briefed, that No 46 made his mind up a long time ago!

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CH987

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CH987 says:

GOAT

I remember the days when Rossi could jump on anything and win with one hand behind his back. Just a few tweaks from Jerry and world championship here we come.  Ducati easy, Suzuki, bring it on.  Not so clever now is he!

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Firebird3

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Firebird3 says:

CH987

You really ought to stop sniffing the glue, I don't remember him winning on an old Vespa with his hand behind his back!!!!!!!!

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jjjunkie

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jjjunkie says:

Vag

I would like to propose that around 80% of you (like number 46) have a big, dry, loose vag!

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jjjunkie

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jjjunkie says:

The huge, gigantic, mammoth differnce between 46 and 27 - Ducati were willing to throw the kitchen sink at one of them.  Sorry - no prizes for (not) guessing which.

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Lanos

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Lanos says:

Wrong move Mr Rossi!!!

What can Rossi prove to anyone by moving back to Yamaha?  Whilst he was there he won everything!!  He will now be number 2 without much say so on development and in my opinion he has blocked any of the Tech 3 riders moving up!  Selfish i say!!

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custarduk

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custarduk says:

He asked for the kitchen sink and that's exactly what they gave him to ride! He should never have left Yamaha in the first place.

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justacardriver

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Rossi to Yamaha

Answer yes, but should have stayed at Ducati and tried to finish the job, think is luck has run out ,up untill his broken leg always seemed to have good luck, and even the best need some luck.

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