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“Thinking about not running anymore and not getting back on my bike is hard”

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“Thinking about not running anymore and not getting back on my bike is hard”

The Italian Valentino Rossi, 42 years old and the greatest idol of motorcycling fans, said today that “retirement is hard”, after ending his professional career after 26 seasons, but pointed out that he is “getting used to it little by little” .

“It will not be the same for me: thinking about not running any more and not getting back on my bike is hard, it takes a little time,” Rossi said from the international motorcycle exhibition, in statements reproduced by the ANSA agency.

“Il Dottore”, owner of nine titles, finished tenth in the Grand Prix of Valencia (Spain), which marked the end of his career and the 2021 World Championship in the MotoGP category.

“I tried to spend a weekend as normal as possible. I was hoping to have a decent race. Now it’s difficult, you have to think that I’m no longer a MotoGP rider, it makes me very sad and nostalgic, but it’s okay, I’m getting used to it little by little” Rossi said.

Regarding his future, Italian Rossi said: “On January 8 we will race with Ferrari in Abu Dhabi, a race that we always do with my brother Luca. For 2022 I am evaluating 2 or 3 different championships and with which team to race, not yet. I decided “.


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The Italian Valentino Rossi, 42 years old and the greatest idol of motorcycling fans, said today that “retirement is hard”, after ending his professional career after 26 seasons, but pointed out that he is “getting used to it little by little” .

“It will not be the same for me: thinking about not running any more and not getting back on my bike is hard, it takes a little time,” Rossi said from the international motorcycle exhibition, in statements reproduced by the ANSA agency.

“Il Dottore”, owner of nine titles, finished tenth in the Grand Prix of Valencia (Spain), which marked the end of his career and the 2021 World Championship in the MotoGP category.

“I tried to spend a weekend as normal as possible. I was hoping to have a decent race. Now it’s difficult, you have to think that I’m no longer a MotoGP rider, it makes me very sad and nostalgic, but it’s okay, I’m getting used to it little by little” Rossi said.

Regarding his future, Italian Rossi said: “On January 8 we will race with Ferrari in Abu Dhabi, a race that we always do with my brother Luca. For 2022 I am evaluating 2 or 3 different championships and with which team to race, not yet. I decided “.

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