How can we worship the Rossi's of the world, yet flame immigrants?
How many leading MotoGP riders were born in the US or Canada?
There are good motorcyclists, (driver's), and bad motorcyclists (driver's).
That's it. That's all.
What country they were born in has no relevance.
Or does it?
I'm going to guess there are more people on this forum, whom are descendants of immigrants to this country, than not.
Your parents? Grandparents? Great Grandparents? Unless you're Haida, or Salish, I'm guessing you are an "immigrant," too, just like me. (parents emigrated in '52)
Motorcyclists, for the benefit of the sport, require a cohesive voice, not divisions. I'll admire any skilled motorcyclist, and hope the poor ones survive long enough to become skilled.
(flame suit zipping up)