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May 16th, 2013, 02:02 PM   #151
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It's all relative... Rossi being Rossi (and not Barbera), that was definitely a season to forget, not knowing or even imagining what was waiting for him at Ducati. Anyway, it was Burgess who went on record at the time saying that according to telemetry he was not entering the corners "his" way any more in the rounds between Qatar and Mugello 2010, and he attributed that to the shoulder injury. After the shoulder healed (in between he broke the leg, but let's assume he was in good form...) the problem remained, and it was blamed on the Ducati (which undoubtely is a difficut bike, but when you see Barbera on the Pramac faster than VR46 on the factory, there's something with the rider too).<span style="font-size:14px;Now he's on the M1 again, but it seems the problem is still there... What shall one attribute it to? Oh wait, he's turning 35!
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That was seriously fucked up in a kinda weird Scotch/Geordie/Ocker way...
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It's all relative... Rossi being Rossi (and not Barbera), that was definitely a season to forget, not knowing or even imagining what was waiting for him at Ducati. Anyway, it was Burgess who went on record at the time saying that according to telemetry he was not entering the corners "his" way any more in the rounds between Qatar and Mugello 2010, and he attributed that to the shoulder injury. After the shoulder healed (in between he broke the leg, but let's assume he was in good form...) the problem remained, and it was blamed on the Ducati (which undoubtely is a difficut bike, but when you see Barbera on the Pramac faster than VR46 on the factory, there's something with the rider too).<span style="font-size:14px;Now he's on the M1 again, but it seems the problem is still there... What shall one attribute it to? Oh wait, he's turning 35!







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Or perhaps he's simply aging and is no longer as fast as he was in relation to the rest of the field when he was in his prime?


Could you please remind me how many factory RC211v's were on the track in 2004?




HRC threw the kitchen sink to try to beat him didn't they?
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HRC threw the kitchen sink to try to beat him didn't they?




According to everything I have read and watched. Mental forgot to respond to that one...
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