The final obstacle between Valentino Rossi and a MotoGP return in this weekend's German Grand Prix has disappeared after the Italian was given the all-clear by the Chief Medical Officer at the Sachsenring on Thursday.

"Valentino Rossi has been officially cleared to ride at this weekend's German Grand Prix at the Sachsenring, six week's after his accident in Italy," said a statement released by Rossi's Fiat Yamaha Team.

"The Fiat Yamaha rider was examined by the Chief Medical Officer for this event, Dr. Huber Fischer, who found him fit enough to compete this weekend.

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"Rossi will be present at the Official Press Conference at Sachsenring at 1700 CET today (Thursday)."