Rossi made his Grand Prix motorcycle racing debut in the 125cc class in 1996 and has since written himself in arguably the best history book ever on motorcycles, and perhaps overall in motorsport.
Rossi, who won 115 Grand Prix in 125cc, 250cc and MotoGP classes, won nine world titles. The seven MotoGP riders faced the most fierce opposition the Premier class has ever seen in Max Biaggi, Sete and more. Gibernau, Casey Stoner, Jorge Lorenzo.
Although his results have declined in recent years, Rossi’s star power is stronger than ever, and the Italians transcend the sport that made him famous.
Styrian Grand Prix marks the beginning of Rossi’s 10-race farewell tour, With Luis Duncan of Autosport Motorsport.comOriol Puigdemont talks about Rossi’s announcement and his legacy in his latest tank slapper podcast. Click the play icon below to launch …
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