All this talk of vintage motorsports has us dreaming of history's great overataking moves. What's your favorite racing pass?
Take the most famous corner in America, the two most famous MotoGP champions currently racing and two evenly-matched motorcycles. The only variable in this equation is the differential in testicle size between the two riders. Passing Stoner into the Corkscrew, Rossi was going way too fast to stick the turn and Stoner was hogging the line. What'd Valentino do? He just ran through the dirt and used Stoner's Ducati to catch his slide. Stoner would crash out on Laguna's last corner just a few laps later, likely from awe.
Video or it didn't happen.
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