I kinda have to agree with Member *davy.j sentiments. Rossi loves to ride, and he loves to race. But a racer has to know when "it's time" ... y'know? He could really go out on a high note if he played his cards right. Then again, if he tries to relive his glory days there is a far better chance he'll make a total fool of himself and look like just another tired old man that sits on his rocking chair carrying on about how great he was. I think I said once before something like if he's not careful he'll look like one of the worn out rock stars on the stage ... in his mind he's still 22 years old ... baggin' girlies ... bustin' out bad ass guitar solos ... and getting his picture "on the cover of the Rolling Stone". While in reality he is seen by the audience as just another burned out "also ran".What do you recon Rexy? I’m hoping (dreaming) that this one will be like a moto3 race. Seems to be everyone’s home track.
Yamaha are still coming up with the same tired story after testing “we think we’ve found something and are on the right path”. And they have found something but it’s not with the bike, it’s Quartararo. A future world champion staring them in the face. He’ll Be on a Honda soon. That’s if Suzuki don’t snap him up first.
Consistency wins championships, not first places (unless your MM who wins and is consistent.) Imo if a manufacturer built a bike Rossi can consistently be in the top 3 every week with, vs top 7 like he is on the Yami, that manufacturer would reap massive rewards from the recognition and good will from Rossi's 10th championship.
Mostly true.Well Honda will never have him back, He cant ride a Ducati, Suzuki can't afford him and well... Yamaha must be getting embarrassed with satellite bikes beating him...