Valentino rossi he is a man who is not shy when speaking. The Italian is honest and up front, despite the fact that his words may resound loudly in some characters or teams. The pilot of Petronas Yamaha He will face what may be his last season as a professional and he is not afraid to criticize the factory that hired him. “That is a vice”, he assured in an interview with the Italian media ‘Corriere della Sera’.
The last interview that Valentino gave in the face of a new championship resonated in various media and fans. In the first instance had no problem criticizing Marc Márquez, for the famous kick of the 2015 Malaysian Grand Prix. “What he did to me is unforgivable,” said ‘Il Dottore’. He also commented that Márquez “was not the toughest rival.”
However, after those statements he was not silent. The nine-time World Champion criticized the actions of Yamaha in the last year. In his words, the Japanese brand had to wait to hire Fabio Quartararo, leaving him without a seat until the appearance of Petronas. Valentino assured that those of Iwata should have expected the results of the season.
“Yamaha chose its driver partner before the start of the last championship, and from my point of view that was a serious mistake. Choosing so early is a vice in MotoGP. It would be necessary at least to wait for a race to happen, “said number 46 forcefully this Monday. The interview was highlighted in various media, as Valentino answered, above all, the issues of the moment.
Despite his criticism, Rossi said he has no doubts about the abilities of the factory team members. «Quartararo is still a promise, and Maverick Viñales, with its ups and downs it goes very fast. They will do well, I’m sure. On the other hand, he also had words for his colleague, Andrea Dovizioso, which will not be on the grid in 2021. «It’s absurd. Dovizioso is fast and experienced. You would have to ask him. Maybe he didn’t want to. If the decision is yours, then fine.
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