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MotoGP News: Lockdown offers Rossi MotoGP retirement perspective

Valentino Rossi admits being in a coronavirus lockdown for the past two months has given him a more relaxed perspective on retirement as he deliberates his MotoGP future beyond 2020. The 41-year-old nine-times grand prix motorcycle world champion has lost his place at the works Yamaha squad for 2021 to last year's rookie sensation Fabio Quartararo, and is in discussions with Petronas SRT over a works-supported move to the satellite outfit. Read more on Rossi's future plans SRT has spoken to Yamaha about 2021 Rossi deal How Rossi's Petronas Yamaha deal is drawing closer Quartararo hopes Rossi fans won't hate him Rossi has more potential with new crew chief Comments in recent weeks from...
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