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Tuesday, January 16, 2018

Yamaha Have Great Respect for Valentino Rossi

LESMO - Grabbed the Grand Prix world title as many as nine times, in fact not only a blessing for Valentino Rossi but also for the team where the rider, Yamaha. The reason, with the achievements obtained by Rossi, the prestige of Yamaha also increased to become one of the respected teams like today.

Before Rossi joined the Yamaha Team, it must be admitted that the Japanese manufacturer team is a mediocre team, in the sense that it is not particularly favored to win the race in every season. Yamaha did get a brilliant result in the mid-90s, where their racer Wayne Rainey became world champion.
Even so, after the wonderful times of Rainey, Yamaha more often lose competitiveness from Honda or Suzuki. Even their drivers such as Max Biaggi and Carlos Checa, struggling to keep pace with the drivers of Honda.
Nevertheless, since Yamaha recruited Rossi in 2004, their achievements jumped dramatically. In its inaugural season with Yamaha, Rossi has directly become world champion. Noted, as long as defending Yamaha, racer nicknamed The Doctor has become world champion four times.
One of the most memorable races by Team Yamaha course when Rossi became the winner at Assen Circuit, Netherlands, in MotoGP 2009 title. The reason, it is a 100th victory for Rossi in the Grand Prix event. In fact, Yamaha Team Manager at the time, Davide Brivio, very flattered over the joining of Rossi to Yamaha who brought many blessings for them.
"100 victories speak for themselves. For us all on this team, it is a great honor and happiness to work with Valentino because surely he is one of the best in history, "Brivio said in 2009, quoting from Crash, Tuesday (16/1/2018).
"When we started working together in 2004, it was impossible to think of a target like this and I know that everyone is involved and all Yamaha workers will always remember this time. I think I speak for everyone to thank Vale for these memories and thank you for joining Yamaha! "Brivio concluded.

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