Valentino Rossi Autobiography

Valentino Rossi Autobiography

There are 42 comments on the story from Jul 13, 2006, titled Valentino Rossi Autobiography. In it, reports that:

You start out asking yourself how a 20-something can write an autobiography. Is it going to be a book that tells you "I came there, I raced there, I won there", and then details of every race he won ? Or is it ...

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Michael Larsson

Huskvarna, Sweden

#1 Sep 10, 2006
Valentino Rossi is the god of MotoGP, Max Biaggi is the big loser.
Thank you

Singapore, Singapore

#2 Sep 22, 2006
Rossifumi is THE BEST bike rider. Indeed without saying, he is the champion.
Trak Turtle

Chennai, India

#3 Sep 25, 2006
Rossi as a rider has already achieved what U (and i)or any other human on this planet has not come within the vicinity of achieving.

Its said that greats are in a million - well in Rossi's case, the number is the entire human race - there has never been a great like Rossi and the living greats accept that with grace. I'm sure they also admire his ability to write this. Rossi has no need to write. However, he chooses to share his life in portions with us and its his greatness to look beyond what he does better than anyone else ever born... as for why he diserves to write - for anyone to get into a corner and come out of it as fast as he does, well - no science/reading/coaching can help you - if there is anyone who can - its the Doctor himself. Since we might never have the privilage of hearing a word from him in person on this subject, might as well hold his biography close to our chests and read.

I am a 30 something and I know this 20- something (this discription of his age by you sounds like you were doing nothing in your 20's or have no plans to my friend ) has a special gift that no other does - thats why he is doing this so early my friend.

Coventry, UK

#4 Oct 6, 2006
You nasty pasty! Young Rossi isnt your normal "twenty something". Perhaps if they took a leaf out of his book they too would have a life experience to write about at such a young age.
Mick_Carol_Finn and Lily

Walsall, UK

#5 Oct 19, 2006

Boston, UK

#6 Nov 6, 2006
and how many so called rossi fans are now haydon supporters?


#7 Nov 11, 2006
after what happened in valencia, i think the real champion is still VALENTINO ROSSI with 5 podium without bagging someone to help/support her 4 the championship.

before n after i read that book
i always like to read the book again n again

viva ROSSI !!!


#8 Nov 11, 2006
rossi should'nt have lost the gp to hayden,unlucky fall
ean danica


#9 Nov 16, 2006
Rossi have try'ed his bes and i guess his bes wsnt good enough but even though he looses it is still ok coz he is still the champion in my hear forever there is nothing wrong of loossing it is a part of being sport.


let us suppor him again on motogp 2007 in Qatar

Auckland, New Zealand

#10 Nov 19, 2006
Hi,can enyone tell me how to get in touch with Valentino Rossi please?
[email protected]

Hong Kong

#11 Nov 24, 2006
maybe we should thanks to The Doctor.'couse he decided to move to Yamaha.why?b'couse if he didnt,motogp show will be so boring(just like in the mic dohan era).right?!

Milan, Italy

#12 Nov 28, 2006
Michael Larsson wrote:
Valentino Rossi is the god of MotoGP, Max Biaggi is the big loser.
Thank you
If Rossi is the god MotoGP my ucellone is bigger 34 cm!! Please, switch-on the brain before write this things, and look really motoGP!
See you

South Africa

#13 Dec 12, 2006

Jakarta, Indonesia

#14 Dec 22, 2006
Vale you are my inspiration. don't care what people say, you're still the best for me. i can see, you're a real man, whenever you lost the last race, because you accepted it in a sportif way


#15 Dec 23, 2006
Vale is this moment...but he's got tremendous respect for hayden. i feel he loves motopg so much that even after he leaves the scene he would like someone to carry on the moementum and increase it's popularity. he's matured a lot. we have seen that in valencia in that sad moment. as far as hayden winning the title...i think he deserves it. ok...he's won only 2 races...but hanging on between these guys and collecting points is not easy. so for a change we'll see #1 plate back...but that #1 will be back on Vale's shoulder by 2007 end...:)


#16 Dec 28, 2006
Rossi is an amazing rider not just a twentysomething who wrote a book. You should think about how much he has achieved in such a short time before you critacise his book writing skills.

Rossi for world champion 2007!

Wassenaar, Netherlands

#17 Dec 30, 2006
its so simple rossi the best there is

Hanborough, UK

#18 Jan 27, 2007
Does any one know why valentino rossi wears has 47 on his helmet and never changed it even when he won world champion

Hanborough, UK

#19 Jan 28, 2007
erm I meant Number 46 (typo)

Vilnius, Lithuania

#20 Feb 13, 2007

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