Tireless! Valentino Rossi is tempted by the chance to compete in Rally


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Valentino Rossi

Valentino rossi he is finishing his quarters at his home, Tavullia. However, the Italian rider is already planning the future of this year that is not over yet. In recent days, a strong rumor began to be installed that ‘Vale’ will be present on the last date of the World Championship Rally (WRC), which will be held in Monza.

The current pilot of Yamaha started talking to the organizers of the Monza Rally, to be able to be present once again in this test. Also, I would do it with a Hyundai, since he is also negotiating with the brand to be able to have his car. Rossi said that: “I know about Monza, they have already called me from many brands and many people.”

In 2018, Rossi participated in the Monza Rally Show. This test is by way of exhibition, although how could it be otherwise, ‘Il Dottore’ took the best times and won the race. This year, the final round of the WRC will be held in Monza from December 4-6, to bring the 2020 season to a close. Hyundai Team Principal, Andrea Adamo, slipped the possibility of having Rossi.

Adamo commented that they need a renowned character in order to improve their image. There could be more cars at Monza. If you have a suitable host who can attract attention, we must take advantage of the opportunities we have to attract the attention of people in the World Rally Championship, “he said.

Other teams want it too

Finally, who spoke about the chance to have Valentino Rossi was the director of M-Sport Ford, Richard Millener. “We have worked with Valentino for several years and it would be great to see someone like him at the event. I think Monza will bring a very interesting opportunity for the WRC. In the past it has attracted big names »

The Italian seeks to change category in the coming years. Source: Valentino Rossi


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