Originally Posted by andrewgore
Guess someone has to carry the can for the Rossi fiasco.
Well, it seems their bike is only getting worse most of the time, and for several years, too, so is there any reason why they should NOT fire him?
Beyond me, just when Preziosi & co lost the plot, cos they seemed to make pretty good racebikes earlier on in their motogp project. Been steady downhill ever since Stoner's title winning year.