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September 2nd, 2017, 09:41 PM   #71
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Is rossi expected to make a full recovery?

Will he still be able to kick oponents as they pass him?
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September 2nd, 2017, 11:39 PM   #72
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Is rossi expected to make a full recovery?

Will he still be able to kick oponents as they pass him?


Ducati's aero fairing will surely be banned on safety grounds for next year.
Rossi's foot could easily get stuck inside those gaping holes....
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Ducati's aero fairing will surely be banned on safety grounds for next year.
Rossi's foot could easily get stuck inside those gaping holes....
Never thought of that ..... they are actually a safety feature. Stopping rossi induced kickings.
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September 3rd, 2017, 12:27 AM   #74
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Ducati's aero fairing will surely be banned on safety grounds for next year.
Rossi's foot could easily get stuck inside those gaping holes....

Method to the madness.

Well spotted
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September 3rd, 2017, 06:18 AM   #75
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This has put a dampener on this year's Misano trip.
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This has put a dampener on this year's Misano trip.
Look on the bright side, he may well be back by Japan...

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This has put a dampener on this year's Misano trip.
Why ?
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Why ?
traffics gonna be a lot smoother.
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Why ?
Because that's who we were going to support.

I did see him win there in 2014 though, which was a great experience and my first time at Misano.
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traffics gonna be a lot smoother.
It will be interesting to see if the attendance is down.

I thought I heard his 2010 Mugello accident saw a drop in attendance on race day that year.
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