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June 29th, 2013, 07:27 AM   #1
 
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Epic Classic Rossi and Lorenzo also showed that he is a true champion racing with a broken collar bone. More Wins to come from The Doctor!!
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June 29th, 2013, 07:35 AM   #2
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Seriously dude there was no need for another thread, you could have just use Assen race thread!
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June 29th, 2013, 07:51 AM   #3
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No inam, wait for it... this thread will draw out the elf lovers and haters and keep them out of the race thread!
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Boppers and Rossi fans, you deserve this thread. Rossi done good.





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Rossi did ride well, just a shame it's taken him this long into the season to find his mojo on this bike though isn't it?




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Rossi did ride well, just a shame it's taken him this long into the season to find his mojo on this bike though isn't it?





Give him a break it's his first season back on a Yamaha and I don't think he is doing that bad. He a great ride at Qatar and now he won his first race this season. There is still a lot of racing left in the season.
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Seriously dude there was no need for another thread, you could have just use Assen race thread!

Today he needs his own thread he deserves it.
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Damn it's good to have him back on the top step.


It was great seeing him beating the Honda boys, but what I really want to see is a battle between him and Lorenzo. Lorenzo has been unflappable outside of the Marquez incident, but some hard overtakes from Rossi could soon change that IMO.


This race and Qatar show that the GOAT has still got it .
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In my opinion this thread is thoroughly justified and todays result is well worthy of a celebration.





After all doesn't bear thinking about where he would have finished today had Dorna not have pressed eject on his Ducati seat, evacuated him out, parachuted him back onto a Yam and subsidised his wages in the process.
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Hmmm wages rumours coming out of Lorenzo garage must be very reliable.
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