kickin' at the darkness
Join Date: Nov 2006
Location: British Columbia
Broke his leg and made a quick recovery and was still competitive.
He is immortal.
from quick recovery involving a broken leg to 'immortal'.. uhhmm.. yeah i guess
But the 38-year-old doesn’t believe that he could have kept pace with title protagonists Marc Marquez and Andrea Dovizioso in any case, owing to the Yamaha’s recurrent rear grip problems.
“For me, not a lot better because I have too many problems,” Rossi conceded when asked how much higher in the championship he would've been without his injury.
“During this season and like we spoke before Silverstone, I already said that I was not strong enough to fight for the championship.
“So, realistically speaking, even if I don't break the leg, I can't fight for the championship because I was not strong enough. I was never able to do two good races in a row.”
2009 YZF-R1 xPlanker
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