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Valentino Rossi shows off Ducati GP12

Valentino Rossi reveals the Ducati GP12 to his fans on his Twitter account.
The bike Valentino Rossi will ride in the 2012 MotoGP World Championship has been revealed by the man himself ahead of testing in Malaysia.

Rossi will ride the much anticipated Ducati GP12 at Sepang alongside his Honda and Yamaha rivals in what is being touted as the first true comparison between the three manufacturers since the decision to adopt 1000cc regulations.

Posting an image on his official Twitter page @ValeYello46, Rossi simply declares that 'Ladies and Gentleman, new bike is ready!'

Repsol Honda will officially launch its contender for the 2012 MotoGP World Championship later today [Monday].



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