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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 10-25-2003, 06:49 AM Thread Starter
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Like the Onion but for MotoGP

This is too funny. Any creative writers out there? This would be fun to do for the AMA and perhaps motoGP next year.
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post #2 of 4 (permalink) Old 10-25-2003, 09:19 AM
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Rossi's nearest rival came in the form of Rock Superstar Sete Gibernau who also was the only man with a mathematical chance of taking the championship from Rossi.
"This race stinked" explained the Puddle of Mudd front man. "I tried my best to beat Rossi but he smelt like cheap ravioli. Being Spanish I prefer normal food like a scabby donkey or a yak's spine - but ravioli is nauseous. Every time I got near to Rossi the smell would cause me to drop back. Worse still I had Biaggi following me - and he's hardly a case of potpourri either. I will definitely kick up a stink to officials". Despite his complaints both Italian riders fell beneath the FIM allowable odour regulations and were not penalised for their strong pasta based aroma.
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Housewife's favourite Valentino Rossi had an eventful race eventually finishing in a creditable second place. Rossi made a mistake while following Biaggi at the beginning of the race and found himself piling off the track, through the gravel trap and into a reserved picnic area. "Eet was a viry silly meestayk by mee" said the forever young Italian superstar "I was theenking ebout cooking pasta een extra virgin oleeve oil and ee I lost conceentration and ee over cooked tee corner" . Despite his off track antics and picking up excess amounts of gravel and cucumber slices on his tyres Rossi only lost half an hour and was able to join the track just ahead of the Kawasaki's and began to then work his way back to the front. It wasn't long before he'd fought his way back to second place, coasting past Nicky Hayden on identical machinery, but was unable to catch Biaggi who had opened a big lead over his pursuers.
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Thats some funny stuff !

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