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Valentino Rossi Reveals Regrets Failing to Become World Champion 10 Times, Memories of MotoGP 2015 Still Ringing

Thursday (11/11/2021) night WIB, MotoGP held a special press conference session for Petronas Yamaha SRT racer, Valentino Rossi at the Ricardo Tormo Circuit, Valencia.

Understandably, MotoGP Valencia will be the last race for a Valentino Rossi before finally deciding to retire.

Valentino Rossi has been asked a lot of questions, one of the biggest regrets of his career in the Motorcycle Racing World Championship.

Strictly speaking, Valentino Rossi said that the failure to become the 2015 MotoGP world champion, which should have fulfilled his title, became the ten he regretted the most.

A little reminiscing, MotoGP 2015 runs full of drama. At that time, The Doctor competed with Jorge Lorenzo and Valentino Rossi assessed that Marc Marquez had played a role by helping his compatriot.

Can’t Complain
Even though it was confirmed that he ended his career in the Motorcycle Racing World Championship with nine titles and failed to complete it to number ten, Valentino Rossi said he was reluctant to complain about it.

“For sure I struggled a lot to try to win the tenth world title. I can race at a good level too after my last championship was 2009, and 2009 was a lifetime ago,” Rossi asserted.

This is important. Number 10 is also like closing the circle.”

“But it’s like this. I can’t complain. Nine isn’t bad either,” he continued.

Motor Show
On this occasion, Dorna also held a special session by showing off all the motorcycles that have succeeded in bringing Valentino Rossi to experience nine world championship titles throughout his career.

This session is to honor the career of a Valentino Rossi who will retire at the end of MotoGP 2021. After the session showing off the motorbike, The Doctor was also lined up to speak at the press conference session.

In this session, it was revealed that Valentino Rossi had all the motorbikes that brought him world champion at home, except for Honda. To note, the 39-year-old racer felt the title of world champion with Honda in 2001, 2002 and 2003.

Valentino Rossi also said that he had openly asked Honda MotoGP officials, Alberto Puig to get a motorbike from an open manufacturer. But according to him the motor never came.

I spoke with Alberto and I asked for a minimum of a 500 bike (a 500cc class bike when Rossi won with Honda), also because 500 is my 500, that’s the bike Honda should have given me,” said Rossi.

“I’d be happy if Honda changed its mind and gave me that one. For sure, the bike will be well maintained, at a good temperature and have a great place in my house,” he said with a smile.

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Dorna held a special session by showing off all the motorcycles that have succeeded in bringing Valentino Rossi to experience nine world championship titles throughout his career at the Ricardo Tormo Circuit, Valencia, Thursday (11/11/2021).

This session is to honor the career of a Valentino Rossi who will retire at the end of MotoGP 2021. After the session showing off the motorbike, The Doctor was also lined up to speak at the press conference session.

In this session, it was revealed that Valentino Rossi had all the motorbikes that brought him world champion at home, except for Honda. To note, the 39-year-old racer felt the title of world champion with Honda in 2001, 2002 and 2003.

Valentino Rossi also said that he had openly asked Honda MotoGP officials, Alberto Puig to get a motorbike from an open manufacturer. But according to him the motor never came.

“I spoke with Alberto and I asked for a minimum of a 500 bike (a 500cc class bike when Rossi won with Honda), also because 500 is my 500, that’s the bike Honda should have given me,” said Rossi.

 

“I’d be happy if Honda changed its mind and gave me that one. For sure, the bike will be well maintained, at a good temperature and have a great place in my house,” he said with a smile.

Something Stored in the Room
Valentino Rossi also shared that one of the motorbikes, namely the Yamaha YZR-M1 which brought him the MotoGP world champion in 2004, even placed him in his bedroom.

“I have motorbikes at home, except Honda. I have all Aprilias and all Yamahas. Yamaha is in my house, the 2004 model is in my room, so every morning when I wake up I see the bike,” said Rossi.

“Also when you consider that after the last world title (in 2009), I still have 10 years to go! It’s a long time and a great emotion,” added The Doctor.