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Old 02-21-2006, 07:35 PM   #21
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I don't think any of us truly realize just how good Rossi is... I honestly think that his skills are so beyond everyone that, in the words of the Borg "Resistance is futile."

Case in point, the race in the 2004 season when Rossi was penalized 10 seconds for making a pass under caution... he was in third place at the time.

He WON the race by 8 seconds. He pulled 18 seconds on the guys in less than a complete race.

Then there is the other time when he was with Honda when he passed Giberneau while looking back at him... and his rear tire was spinning.

I honestly think we need to cherish the times we get to see him race, he is that good.
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mladin is scared to join Moto GP b/c he dominates the AMA at this point. why leave a dominating league to join another in which he wont be superior any longer. Mladin wouldnt stand a chance against half of the MOTOGP guys. I think D. Pedrosa and C. Stoner would give Matt a good run for his money.
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Old 02-23-2006, 12:44 AM   #23
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I don't think any of us truly realize just how good Rossi is... I honestly think that his skills are so beyond everyone that, in the words of the Borg "Resistance is futile."

Case in point, the race in the 2004 season when Rossi was penalized 10 seconds for making a pass under caution... he was in third place at the time.

He WON the race by 8 seconds. He pulled 18 seconds on the guys in less than a complete race.

Then there is the other time when he was with Honda when he passed Giberneau while looking back at him... and his rear tire was spinning.

I honestly think we need to cherish the times we get to see him race, he is that good.

i also agree 100%. think of the race from the frenchGP. when rossi had a bad start and he came up and smoked everybody. then gibernau came up in seconed and rossi whooped his .

i honestly think that rossi holds off throughout the race until the end. but i think its just because he doesnt care. he just says it, if i wreck i wreck. he is very bold. but i agree, rossi would whoop mladin. i dont think mladin has the experience to race in motoGP races.
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Mladin is to big to join the MotoGP ranks.
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Old 02-23-2006, 03:00 PM   #27
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