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Rossi will be 'more beatable' the longer he continues in MotoGP, says Stoner

Double MotoGP world champion Casey Stoner thinks it's "disappointing" Valentino Rossi will end up at a satellite team in 2021 and feels he is "more beatable" the longer he continues. Rossi has lost his ride at the works Yamaha team to 2019's breakout rookie Fabio Quartararo, though is set to take the Frenchman's place at the satellite Petronas SRT with full backing from Yamaha. Though Rossi had originally planned to evaluate his performance after the first six or seven races in 2020 before the season was delayed by coronavirus, the Italian is now likely to pen a deal by the end of the month. But, speaking to FOX Asia, Stoner doesn't like the idea of a rider of Rossi's...
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