Valentino rossi has the chance to trace his performance in the 2021 season of MotoGP this weekend. The arrival of Netherlands Grand Prix began with the news that his companion, Franco Morbidelli, will not be present on the weekend. An injury to his knee caused him to miss the test. For his part, Rossi hopes to have a good rhythm again, after the bad race in Germany: “We have to understand what happened“
The team Petronas It comes from the doldrums, and to the poor results, Morbidelli’s fall in the Netherlands GP is added. That is why all responsibility will fall into the hands of none other than Valentino Rossi. The Italian has the chance to once again show that he can remain firm in the championship and wants to renew his place in the paddock next season.
This race will be essential. It is the last before the usual summer holidays that the category is taken and that once it returns to competition, ‘Il Dottore’ will make the most important decision: continue racing or withdraw from the championship, to lead his team. Valentino is clear about it, he must be competitive if he wants to be in MotoGP again next season.
This Tuesday, the Italian spoke on the social networks of the Petronas team and made it clear that he wants to see his improvement this weekend. The circuit of Assen brings back good memories, he won 10 World Championship victories at this circuit and 8 in MotoGP. This weekend will be the last before Rossi decides whether or not to retire. We will have to wait until August 8 to know their decision.
Hope to improve
“We have to understand what happened in the last race and work well to make some improvements heading into the weekend. Assen is a great circuit for me, I like the layout of the track and there is always great excitement driving on a track like this. So we have to be positive, focus on this last round before the summer break and get a good result, ”said Valentino.
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