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Rossi learning a lot in ‘very good, very different’ Munoz relationship

Valentino Rossi has spoken positively about his burgeoning relationship with new crew chief David Munoz following his return to the MotoGP podium for the first time in 17 races in Jerez. Check out the Crash MotoGP YouTube channel - CLICK HERE In what will be his final season competing with the Yamaha Factory team, Rossi initiated a major behind the scenes change for his 2020 MotoGP campaign by taking on Munoz as his new crew chief, replacing Silvano Galbusera. Promoted from Rossi’s VR46 Sky Racing Moto2 set up, though Munoz came to the multiple world champion with no previous experience in MotoGP, his influence appeared to show last time out in Jerez as Rossi – who has struggled with...
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