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MotoGP Mugello: ‘Desperate moments' for Rossi in podium hunt

Valentino Rossi said that ten minutes on the Mugello podium was worth all the effort of being a MotoGP rider despite some desperate moments. The Italian started from pole position for the first time since Motegi in 2016 and despite having the factory Ducatis of Jorge Lorenzo and Andrea Dovizioso finish ahead of him, Rossi was understandably delighted with his third podium of the season. “The ten minutes on the podium at Mugello when you achieve it in front of all the fans and the crowds is a repaying of effort that you do during the year, training and travelling to make it possible,” said the Italian. “Yesterday was always a fantastic feeling with pole position was a great emotion...
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