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March 15th, 2018, 08:23 PM   #41
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Rossi can't ride around problems the way Marquez can.

He needed worldbeater bikes to rack up titles.
Lol look at this piece of shit read off a script...
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Lol look at this piece of shit read off a script...
Ducati.
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Ducati.
2004 M1 on Michelins.

Honda NSR500.

Aprilia RSW125 on Dunlops (being 10cm taller than everyone on the grid).

Aprilia RSW250 on Dunlops (being 10cm taller than everyone on the grid).

990 V5 Honda on Michelins.

800cc Yamaha on Michelins.

800cc Yamaha on Bridgestones.

1000cc Yamaha on Bridgestones.

1000cc Yamaha on Michelins.

Lots of different bikes, and lots of different wins on each. He only failed to win on the Ducati.
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2004 M1 on Michelins.

Honda NSR500.

Aprilia RSW125 on Dunlops (being 10cm taller than everyone on the grid).

Aprilia RSW250 on Dunlops (being 10cm taller than everyone on the grid).

990 V5 Honda on Michelins.

800cc Yamaha on Michelins.

800cc Yamaha on Bridgestones.

1000cc Yamaha on Bridgestones.

1000cc Yamaha on Michelins.

Lots of different bikes, and lots of different wins on each. He only failed to win on the Ducati.
Which on of those wasn't the best or equal best bike on the grid?
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2004 M1 on Michelins.

Honda NSR500.

Aprilia RSW125 on Dunlops (being 10cm taller than everyone on the grid).

Aprilia RSW250 on Dunlops (being 10cm taller than everyone on the grid).
Firstly, what p4p1 said.

Secondly, why do you Rossi fans have to use ANY excuse? Nowadays it's "He's old", and back in his junior days its now 'He's 10cm taller than anybody. Here's an interesting fact for you; the 2008 250cc World Champion, Marco Simoncelli, was exactly the same height as Rossi. So his height is absolutely irrelevant in your argument.
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2004 M1 on Michelins.

Honda NSR500.

Aprilia RSW125 on Dunlops (being 10cm taller than everyone on the grid).

Aprilia RSW250 on Dunlops (being 10cm taller than everyone on the grid).

990 V5 Honda on Michelins.

800cc Yamaha on Michelins.

800cc Yamaha on Bridgestones.

1000cc Yamaha on Bridgestones.

1000cc Yamaha on Michelins.

Lots of different bikes, and lots of different wins on each. He only failed to win on the Ducati.
Go to: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Valent...#Races_by_year

Look for yellow. Up to 2009, yellow all over the place.

Since then? Just a few scattered here and there.

Not lots of wins on the Yamaha 1000, that's for sure.

But, more than the Duc.

But, more than me.
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March 16th, 2018, 04:21 AM   #47
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Three more years of these salty tears... ahahaha how amazing is that going to be!
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Three more years of these salty tears... ahahaha how amazing is that going to be!
Why would fans of riders other than Rossi, and fans of MM in particular, be shedding any tears at the prospect of Valentino hanging around for another 3 years to be beaten by MM ?.

If he serves out his new contract he will quite likely be on the track when Marquez matches his 7/9 titles, which would add savour to the achievement rather than occasion any tears I would have thought.
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Why would fans of riders other than Rossi, and fans of MM in particular, be shedding any tears at the prospect of Valentino hanging around for another 3 years to be beaten by MM ?.

If he serves out his new contract he will quite likely be on the track when Marquez matches his 7/9 titles, which would add savour to the achievement rather than occasion any tears I would have thought.
The trouble with people like synn is they are so wrapped up in their yellow clad god that they think people will be shedding tears over Rossi still being out there. Watching him get beat like a rented mule weekend in and weekend out is hardly going to induce salty tears.
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Why would fans of riders other than Rossi, and fans of MM in particular, be shedding any tears at the prospect of Valentino hanging around for another 3 years to be beaten by MM ?.

If he serves out his new contract he will quite likely be on the track when Marquez matches his 7/9 titles, which would add savour to the achievement rather than occasion any tears I would have thought.
lol nice try, but I am not seeing any celebrations here.

Here's the problem you have. Rossi fans watch to see Rossi race. Rossi haters watch to see him not win.

We get what we want no matter what the result is. You may not get what you want.
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