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MotoGP: Valentino Rossi visits Bali

Valentino Rossi stops off in Bali ahead of Sepang MotoGP test
Valentino Rossi is currently visiting Bali, ahead of next week's opening 2016 MotoGP test at Sepang.

Indonesia is one of the most important markets for the manufacturers and the 2015 title runner-up is undertaking a range of PR duties for Yamaha.






The Sepang test, the first of three official pre-season outings, will be held from February 1-3.

Indonesia is aiming to re-join the MotoGP calendar in 2017.


Tagged as: Yamaha , Valentino Rossi

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Guna4699

January 26, 2016 9:50 AM
Last Edited 11 days ago

Rossi keen to sign again if he can keep his game high enough.. Roger Federer has no plans to retire atleast until the end of 2017... The two legends May not be dominating like once they used to be but are still passionate enough to keep mixing with young guns... both are well past their prime days but are still managing to stay close to the top... only reasonable question we can ask is "can the modern young ones keep their form fitness passion hunger into their twilight as these two are doing now?" Instead what we do now is compare Rossi with Lorenzo and Roger with Djokovic... unfortunately what they seem to forget is that had Jorge and Novak are in completely different stage their carrier compared with Rossi and Roger... Enjoy the class as long as it lasts instead of disgracing it...

Guna4699

January 26, 2016 4:45 PM

Sasha Alexandrovich: He is good, but will not stand out on equal bikes, like we saw last year.
what you saw last year? I think I saw a rider who is very well past his prime days, prepared very well for season start, then riding brilliantly for consistent podiums. I saw a rider whose situation Is he opts not to push flat out every single lap like others owing to his age and risk gain balancing strategy to lessen injury chances but was still the one who gained most positions in races, overcoming the QP woes, still won 4 races all of which were heart pumping moments. His incredible racing didn't flatter even when conditions were tricky and puzzling until a clown driven by battered ego decided to spoil things and made sure the old man lost the title to avoid further damage to his ego.



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