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Valentino Rossi slowly began to lose his stage in the MotoGP race

Valentino Rossi slowly began to lose his stage in the MotoGP race

Valentino Rossi hugs his former chief mechanic Jeremy Burgess ahead of the 17th race at the Australian Grand Prix


Valentino Rossi slowly began to lose his stage in the MotoGP race. As the iron horse rider, The Doctor is getting closer to the end of his career.

In the race at the Australian Grand Prix, Sunday (10/27/2019) noon CST, Rossi marked his 400th racing career at the Grand Prix event. There was no celebration that was held by the Monster Energy Yamaha team regarding the phenomenal figures printed by the Italian racer.

It was precisely the organizer who deliberately placed the board with the hashtag or hashtag # Rossi400 written on it. This can be said as a tool to lure fans from all over the world to attend the celebration.

Sure enough, Rossi’s fans also commented on the Twitter timeline regarding the 400th appearance. One of them came from the account holder Amanda Nelson (@ crazyamanda693). “There is no better place for The Doctor @ ValeYellow46 to celebrate the start of his 400GP than at Phillip Island. Congratulations and greetings for this afternoon.”

The amount of support that came in made the hashtag or hashtag # Rossi400 perched in second place for Trending Topic Indonesia. Unfortunately, Rossi was unable to pay off his fans’ support.

In the 17th race series, Rossi was actually able to look impressive at the start of the race. He deliberately spurred the speed of the Yamaha M1 to overtake a number of drivers in front of him.

The strategy appeared pressing since the beginning of the race did not guarantee Rossi would finish the race on the first podium. The proof, he only lasted for a few laps before finally slumping to eighth.

The historic victory also failed to print Rossi and Francesca Sofia Novello’s lover has not yet ended the thirst for victory since the 2017 GP Assen last. He recorded 44 races without a win and it was a red report card that was written by a 40-year-old racer when he joined the Grand Prix championship in 1996.

“That was a good start and a very good way to celebrate my 400th Grand Prix, to stay a little ahead. That was a great emotion. In the end, surely the results were not fantastic, but I was not so far from Jack Miller on the podium and able to ride in a better way, “Rossi explained after the race was quoted by Crash.

“I am more competitive than last weekend at Motegi. But however we need more solutions and we need to be stronger and need to work,” Rossi concluded.


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Complete results of the Australian GP and 2019 MotoGP Standings


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