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Fiat Yamaha's Valentino Rossi has shrugged off Casey Stoner's moans that he was too aggressive during last night's US MotoGP round at Laguna Seca, even though the Aussie refused to shake his hand when he got off his Marlboro Ducati in parc ferme.
After the race Stoner said: "At the end of the day I'm not happy because I've made a mistake and it has cost me the chance to win this race, but I also think that even if he rode a great race, some of Valentino's moves early in the race were too aggressive." 
The Doctor says that Stoner's criticisms are groundless, adding: "About the passes, I am sorry that Casey thinks some of them were a bit strong but I really don’t agree; I passed only on the brakes, I braked in the same places every time and we never touched. Of course this was an aggressive race, but it was definitely a fair one"

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