Valentino Rossi and co-driver Maximo Martin celebrated second place in the Fanatec GT World Endurance Europe Championship race at Brands Hatch. This is his first podium in this championship, where he has been racing with BMW's M4 GT3 since last year. https://twitter.com/GTWorldChEu/status/1657781520084488193
Valentino Rossi, who joined Yamaha in 2004 and helped turn around the form of the Japanese manufacturer and win two consecutive championships, became the brand's official ambassador in Jerez. The Italian won two more championships in 2008 and 2009, and in total he won seven championships with Yamaha in the elite class of the motorcycle championship. Rossi ended his MotoGP career with Yamaha at the end of the 2021 season. The Italian started two campaigns with Yamaha, the first from 2004 to 2009 and the second from 2013 to the end of 2021, after two poor seasons with Ducati in between , in 2011 and 2012. Of his 89 victories in the MotoGP class, Rossi won 56 of them with Yamaha and is the most successful racer of the Japanese manufacturer in history. After retirement in 2021,
Valentino Rossi switched from two wheels to four and ventured into the world of motor racing. At the recent opening race of the Fanatec GT World Challenge Europe in Monza, he and his teammates August Farfus and Maximo Martin, despite a mistake when he spun and crashed into the protective tires through the sandy excursion zone, made it to the first starting row. In the race, the Italian made another mistake, and the team was then hit by a flat tire that destroyed the bottom of the car, which ended the race prematurely for them. In the garage, the nine-time motorcycle world champion was treated to a treat after the race and instead of a steering wheel, they prepared a motorcycle handlebar for his BMW, with which he was much more skilled in racing feats. https://www.instagram.com/reel/CrYMVRYgeId/?
Valentino Rossi got his own mural in his hometown of Tavullia. The work was signed by the artist Andrea Buglisi. The city wants to honor Valentino Rossi's achievements in this way. Buglisi explained: "This is my tribute to Valentino. He is still admired by people all over the world. Because of him, the races were massively attended. He was like a singer who fills concert halls. He did a lot for the recognition of our small town. " https://www.instagram.com/p/Cq51_OcsZ7Q/?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y=
MotoGP World Championship points leader Marco Bezzecchi said it feels strange when he fights with his friends from the VR46 Academy, so he prefers to clash with rivals who are not his friends. Bezzecchi is no stranger to duels with Francesco Bagnaia, Luca Marini and Franco Morbidelli, at least as far as the dirt track at Valentino Rossi's Ranch is concerned, but rival bikes have made friends become rivals on the MotoGP track as well. The Italian took the lead in the championship standings with victory in Argentina, his first of his career and the first for the VR46 team, and although he says he is not thinking about fighting for the 2023 title yet, he did talk about competing with other members of Rossi's academy. "To be honest, I prefer to see my rivals not as my friends. But with Pecca
Marco Bezzecchi says he is not thinking about fighting for the world title for now. Reigning world champion Francesca Bagnaia's crash at the main event in Argentina allowed Bezzecchi to take the championship lead by nine points after the first two race weekends. In 2022, Gresini Ducati satellite racer Enea Bastianini won four times and was in the fight for the championship until the penultimate race. Asked if he could now consider himself a title challenger as a Ducati satellite, Bezzecchi said: "Maybe it's a little too early." "I'm not thinking about it," he said of his title chances. "I think it's still a bit early. It's only the second weekend. "Now we're going to go to Austin, which is a very challenging track that Marc [Marquez] is used to
Marco Bezzecchi thanked his mentor and role model Valentino Rossi after his first victory in the elite class. As he emphasized, he would not have been able to achieve this result without his help and support. Bezzecchi already showed good form in Portimao when he finished third in Sunday's race. He rested even better in Argentina. Already on Saturday, he took second place in the sprint race. He probably would have won by then if the race had lasted just a lap longer. That's why he brought himself and the team their first victory with a dominating performance on Sunday. "Fantastic, it's something that can't be described. It's been a long road for me, but finally this moment has arrived. When I saw the rain in the morning I was angry, because I felt very good in the dry." "But in the warm-up I was very fast and confident that's why
Since there has been a lot of talk lately about artificial intelligence and how it could change our lives and take over the work of humans, we also played with it (namely artificial intelligence) and asked it to compile a list of the ten best MotoGP racers in history, with by which we checked if our work is at risk. ChatGPT, to whom we assigned the task, admitted that such a list was difficult to compile, but nevertheless undertook it and compiled it based on "achievements, statistics and an overall assessment of the impact on the sport". AI's Top 10 MotoGP Riders of All Time: Valentino Rossi - Many fans and experts agree that Rossi is the greatest MotoGP rider of all time. Rossi has won 7 world championships and has 89 career wins. Besides, it's Rossi
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Marc Marquez has revealed in his new documentary, Marc Márquez: All In, that he took revenge on Valentino Rossi at the final race of the 2015 season in Valencia, and according to the Spaniard, the feud between the two hot-bloods began well before the Malaysian Grand Prix. Rossi accused Marquez of conspiring against him with Jorge Lorenzo in 2015, and the dispute came to a head at the Malaysian Grand Prix in Sepang, where the Italian pushed the Honda rider off the track, where the latter fell, and Rossi was fined three penalties by the stewards points. The then Yamaha racer accused the eight-time world champion of meddling in the fight for the title at the Australian Grand Prix, and in Malaysia, according to him, he outpaced him perfectly and thus helped Lorenzo. Rossi started the last race of the season in Valencia from last place, because
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