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November 11th, 2017, 05:16 PM   #51
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If I was Viñalez, I'd be begging to switch seats with either Cal or Iannone. Those are the only two people, who would be willing to work with the douche bag on the other side of the garage. I knew he was fucked when he decided to go to yamaka. One weak ass company with weak ass leadership. Which other brand would have bend over without KY for so call marketing that will have zero effect on their long term development?? If #46 douche bag really thinks hes gonna win another championship. He's more delusional than uccio getting laid by any kind of female. Bottom line is this, Aprilia, Ducati & KTM will win a championship before #46 see's another.
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If I was Viñalez, I'd be begging to switch seats with either Cal or Iannone. Those are the only two people, who would be willing to work with the douche bag on the other side of the garage. I knew he was fucked when he decided to go to yamaka. One weak ass company with weak ass leadership. ......
Lorenzo worked with the "douch bag" on the other side of the garage for 7 years and won 3 MotoGP titles in the process. If Yamaha really are so subservient to Rossi, how come they hire riders like Vinales? Or Lorenzo?
Oh yes to f*ck them, right.
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Lorenzo worked with the "douch bag" on the other side of the garage for 7 years and won 3 MotoGP titles in the process. If Yamaha really are so subservient to Rossi, how come they hire riders like Vinales? Or Lorenzo?
Oh yes to f*ck them, right.
Because they have to, hoping for the best.... You are an Italian, so I would except your head far up the of rossi Got stains j4rn0???

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Lorenzo worked with the "douch bag" on the other side of the garage for 7 years and won 3 MotoGP titles in the process. If Yamaha really are so subservient to Rossi, how come they hire riders like Vinales? Or Lorenzo?
Oh yes to f*ck them, right.
They hire great young talent as Rossi’s replacement but he just won’t go away. Once the series got some legitimate completion , Yamaha knew they had to have 2 capable riders instead of Rossi and and a personal foot stool. Everybody disses Pedrosa and says he doesn’t deserve the Repsol seat, yet he has been way more productive than Rossi the last 8 years.
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They hire great young talent as Rossi’s replacement but he just won’t go away. Once the series got some legitimate completion , Yamaha knew they had to have 2 capable riders instead of Rossi and and a personal foot stool. Everybody disses Pedrosa and says he doesn’t deserve the Repsol seat, yet he has been way more productive than Rossi the last 8 years.
How many times did Pedrosa finish runner up in the past 8 years?
It's funny to see the anti Rossi bandwagon wishing he would go away so that they could feel better. 80% of the grid, who are several years his junior, WISHES they could ride like 38 year old Rossi right now, let alone when they reach 38 themselves.
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How many times did Pedrosa finish runner up in the past 8 years?
It's funny to see the anti Rossi bandwagon wishing he would go away so that they could feel better. 80% of the grid, who are several years his junior, WISHES they could ride like 38 year old Rossi right now, let alone when they reach 38 themselves.
No one doubts he is remarkably good for a rising 39 year old.

What is the point of it all though?. He has enough titles, had enough titles 8 years ago, and barring very unlikely circumstances or active contrivance is not winning any more. He is competing against 25 year olds, one of whom is very likely as good as he was was when he himself was 25.

Time to move on and cease holding the sport to ransom.
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How many times did Pedrosa finish runner up in the past 8 years?
At least once as it happens. He is also not making HRC cater mainly to him.
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No one doubts he is remarkably good for a rising 39 year old.

What is the point of it all though?. He has enough titles, had enough titles 8 years ago, and barring very unlikely circumstances or active contrivance is not winning any more. He is competing against 25 year olds, one of whom is very likely as good as he was was when he himself was 25.

Time to move on and cease holding the sport to ransom.
You defend Stoner for calling it quits early, but want to criticize Rossi for competing longer than you think he should?
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once doesn't make him better than Rossi.
And if he was good at being anything more than a wingman, HRC would have catered mainly to him, like they did with the pocket bike RC212V.
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