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Rossi 'not competitive enough' for 2020 MotoGP title bid

Valentino Rossi believes he isn't competitive enough to fight for the MotoGP title despite dropping only 26 points behind leader Andrea Dovizioso after crashing in the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix. After seven races of the 2020 season, just 27 points cover the top 10 riders in the standings, with four points splitting the top four. Yamaha rider Rossi currently sits ninth in the standings after retiring to the pitlane from Sunday's Misano race following a crash on lap two, but didn't expect much had he stayed onboard as he "didn't have a lot of grip" and wasn't "very competitive". When asked what his crash meant for his title hopes, Rossi replied: "Already we speak a...
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