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View Poll Results: Is Rossi past his prime?
No. He will definitely win another championship. 9 21.95%
He wont win another world title but will still win many more races. 11 26.83%
Yes. It happens to the best of us. Even Valentino Rossi. 14 34.15%
I dont care as long as the racing improves now that the 1000s are back! 9 21.95%
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post #81 of 82 Old 05-22-12, 05:03
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Originally Posted by ///Matt View Post
I think yesterday was a glimpse of what rossi is still capable of, but I don't put too much stock in it for the rest of the season yet. Le Mans was also the only track he got a podium at last year.

It was also here ,and in similar conditions, that Melandri put the Hayate (Kawasaki that was not a Kawasaki) into second place, and it was a bigger POS than the Ducati. Chris Vermeulen even got a win here on the Suzuki in the rain as well. If there is a time and place for upping your form Le Mans in the wet it is.

Le Mans Bugatti circuit is an awesome track that certainly delivers some nail biters.

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Just watched the race and what a good race, though I feel bad for Crutchlow. That man deserves to win some races this year.

Rossi did great on the rain, and at the end there really showed he still has some skill, hopefully this will get him in a more positive mood, though last year this was his only podium too.

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