Friday, May 26, 2017

Having been diagnosed yesterday evening with mild thoracic and abdominal trauma, following a motocross accident, Movistar Yamaha MotoGP Team rider Valentino Rossi is making positive progress with his recovery.
Last night the 38-year-old Italian spent a quiet night at the "Ospedale Infermi" in Rimini and was visited this morning by the doctors. Valentino told that he is experiencing less pain both in the chest and in the abdomen, compared to last night. The pain is the result of slight liver and kidney lesions that have not evolved into further complications. Valentino will continue to receive pain relief over the next 12 hours and, over the course of the day, he will undergo routine diagnostic tests. If the results are positive, he may be discharged from the hospital within the day.
Further updates are to follow in due course.

Valentino Rossi: I'm fine: and Vale Rossi takes a selfie with the nurses
Rossi spent well the night at the Rimini hospital after the Cavallara accident. Waiting for his resignation from the hospital he took a selfie with the medical staff, as reported by Rimini Today.

Valentino Rossi (Movistar Yamaha MotoGP) was involved in a motocross training accident at the Cross Club Cavallara in Mondavio on Thursday evening, and the Italian rider was taken to a local hospital for a medical check-up following the incident. Rossi was diagnosed with mild thoracic and abdominal trauma, with no fractures detected in any part of the body and no serious traumatic pathologies.

A further medical bulletin will be issued on Friday, 26th May, at 12:00 hrs CET.

Monday, May 22, 2017

It is with deep sadness that we report the passing of MotoGP™ Legend Nicky Hayden after the American was involved in a collision with a car when cycling on the Riviera di Rimini last Wednesday. Hayden had been rushed to a local hospital before being transferred to the Bufalini Hospital in Cesena.
He later succumbed to injuries sustained and passed away on Monday evening. He was 35 years old.
We wish to pass on our deepest condolences to Hayden’s family, friends, team, and fans at this difficult time.
Statement from Tommy Hayden, on behalf of the Hayden family:
“On behalf of the whole Hayden family and Nicky’s fiancée Jackie I would like to thank everyone for their messages of support – it has been a great comfort to us all knowing that Nicky has touched so many people’s lives in such a positive way.
“Although this is obviously a sad time, we would like everyone to remember Nicky at his happiest – riding a motorcycle. He dreamed as a kid of being a pro rider and not only achieved that but also managed to reach the pinnacle of his chosen sport in becoming World Champion. We are all so proud of that.
“Apart from these ‘public’ memories, we will also have many great and happy memories of Nicky at home in Kentucky, in the heart of the family. We will all miss him terribly.
“It is also important for us to thank all the hospital staff for their incredible support – they have been very kind. With the further support of the authorities in the coming days, we hope to have Nicky home soon.”

Sunday, May 21, 2017

The French GP rose to an incredible crescendo at Le Mans, with Movistar Yamaha MotoGP teammates Valentino Rossi and Maverick Viñales locked head-to-head on the final lap and the nine-time World Champion ahead. A mistake from the Italian then let the Spaniard through, but Rossi pushed hard to stay with the rider from Roses as the final corners approached – too hard, as a disaster then struck.

A crash for the number 46 as he readied himself for a final push saw him sliding out of contention – losing the Championship lead to his teammate but having shown fantastic pace after a more difficult time in Jerez.
Next stop? Mugello, and home turf.

Valentino Rossi, DNF: “It was a great shame because for my team it was the best weekend of the season, where I was more competitive on the track, also in the wet, but especially in the race. For sure, for me, this could have been the best result of the season. It was very difficult because the pace was always very high, but at the end, I felt comfortable on the bike, I had a good feeling, so I tried to attack. Unfortunately, on the last lap, I made a mistake in turn 6 and I fell back a little so Maverick could overtake me. I knew I had another chance because we were very close and I tried to remain there because in sector 4 I was good. Sincerely, what happened during the crash, we don't understand. Usually, you have to pay attention to the front, but I lost the rear when I crashed. Anyway, I made a mistake, and it's like this. It is a great shame to go back home with zero points. First of all, I'm very sorry for missing out on the probable victory and also for losing the lead in the championship, because I lost points. For me, it still has been a good weekend, I was strong. Now we have to start thinking about the next race track, I hope to ride there like I did this weekend. We hope to continue like this."

Valentino Rossi planned everything from the beginning and executed them Perfectly.But he made two terrible mistakes that cost him the championship lead.

The last lap crash of Valentino Rossi broke millions of hearts and all feel sad for him.It is very sad to see him lose on his favorite track.This is the first time he is crashing in MotoGP 2017.


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