Valentino Rossi is in no hurry to decide on his future at MotoGPJanuary 30, 2020
Valentino Rossi will leave the Yamaha factory team at the end of the MotoGP 2020 season. He will be replaced by a young and ambitious Fabio Cuartararo. Yamaha asked the Doctor to make a decision earlier, but the 40-year-old Italian replied that he could only do this closer to the middle of the season.
Valentino Rossi has won 89 races and seven titles in the premier class, but has not won since 2017. Last year, he spent the worst season ever since returning to Yamaha. The Yamaha team decided not to wait for the veteran’s decision (I hope, by mutual agreement). He can go to the Petronas Yamaha team or create his own team VR46. Yamaha has already confirmed that it will fully support Valentino, provide him with a factory bike and factory support. The Doctor has a huge fan base, so he remains a very profitable participant in the championship for the organizers of the event.
Valentino Rossi: “I adhere to the words said at the end of last season and I’m not going to force events. I need more time. Yamaha acted accordingly and completed the negotiations. Obviously, the latest technical changes and the arrival of a new leader in my team mean that it costs the task is to perform at a high level during the season and continue my career in MotoGP in 2021. Before I do this, I need to answer some questions. Only the track and the first races will give me answers. I am very glad that if I decide to “Yamaha is ready to support me in all aspects, will provide me with a factory motorcycle and a contract. During the first tests I will try to do my best to work well with the team and prepare for the beginning of the season.”
In February, Rossi will turn 41 years old. He begins the preparation for the 25th season of the Grand Prix in his career …
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