|10-23-2011, 07:55 AM||#1|
Joined: Oct 2008
From: Medford, OR
I Ride: 2007 Yamaha FJR 1300
What a sad thing to happen. I really liked that young man. I believed that he was going to be a champion soon.
There will be all these stories about how dangerous motorsports are and all that crap. This warrior loved what he was doing. I believe he did not want to go this soon, but I feel he died doing what he loved.
I will miss not seeing him and his best friend yucking it up, Rossi's heart is broken for two reasons. Mine too; I cannot imagine the guilt that he must be feeling right now.
Rest In Peace little brother. God loves you too.
|10-23-2011, 10:27 AM||#2|
Joined: Jun 2009
From: Grants Pass
I Ride: Ducato 1098, Daytona 675(sold), ninja 250,1971 g4tr-a kawasaki
No doubt VR is sad,however he has been racing all his life . He is aware of the risks to both himself and the other racers. Yes,no doubt he loved his life long racing and personal freind .But Guilt! I think not,it was a freak accident.When was the last time anyone has seen the front tire regain traction in a low side. RIP #58 You will be missed.