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Andalusia MotoGP: Rossi pace at Jerez 'stronger than last week'

Yamaha MotoGP rider Valentino Rossi says he feels "stronger than last week" after completing the opening day of practice for the Andalusian Grand Prix at Jerez second-fastest. Rossi endured a difficult start to the 2020 campaign at the Spanish track last weekend as he qualified 11th and retired after a dashboard alarm on his works M1 went off. But the 41-year-old Italian got his Andalusian GP weekend off to a strong start as he completed a Yamaha one-two behind teammate Maverick Vinales in FP1. He followed that up with the eighth-fastest time in the afternoon's second session, but with only three riders improving in FP2 he remained second overall for the day. "We try to work...
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