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May 16th, 2018, 01:19 AM   #1
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rossi has aparently "spat the dummy".

Wow! It has backfired on him immensly.

And maybe some of you doubters can now see he had the motivation to deliberately ram Marc. at Argy.
https://www.crash.net/motogp/news/23...tical-of-rossi

It certainly looks very different to the bopper line that other riders think its all Marc's fault.

If rossi keeps it up, will he end up retiring in shame?

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Article from 2016?
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May 16th, 2018, 01:26 AM   #3
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Wow! It has backfired on him immensly.

And maybe some of you doubters can now see he had the motivation to deliberately ram Marc. at Argy.
https://www.crash.net/motogp/news/23...tical-of-rossi

It certainly looks very different to the bopper line that other riders think its all Marc's fault.

If rossi keeps it up, will he end up retiring in shame?
I'm confused, was that the right article you have linked?

One from 2016 where Smith and Pol call Rossi and literally half of the Moto GP gird out for not attending the safety commision meeting?
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Don't be confused about Barry's confusion, it's a normal trait of his
RCV600RR and synn like this.
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Article from 2016?
Yeah thats odd ..... but maybe thats why I have always felt rossis actions at Argy were manipulative and deliberate. Even though it was early in the list of crash articles on my phone tonight maybe Ive seen it before and felt rossis actions were deliberate.
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Is rossi still not attending?
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Is rossi still not attending?

Guys...he's always been not-attending them, everyone knows. Or least I assumed you all did
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I'm confused, was that the right article you have linked?

One from 2016 where Smith and Pol call Rossi and literally half of the Moto GP gird out for not attending the safety commision meeting?
Yeah thats the article. But I have no idea why it popped up on crashs page for me. I have even gone back and followed the path to what I was reading to see if it showed in a related article .... not there.

I do find it telling though .... still.
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Guys...he's always been not-attending them, everyone knows. Or least I assumed you all did
Didnt they make him attend the post Argy one? Like Ive said before ..... he seems to have taken a "low profile" since then.
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However, my biggest shock on that weekend was the fact that Rossi put up all his shit-show against the track completely ignoring the fact that Luis Salom passed away 24 hours before.

Oh but he won the race if I ain't mistaken?

Great rider, scummy man. Nothing new.
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