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Rossi celebrating MotoGP top fives likes a win 'sad' - Stoner

Double MotoGP world champion Casey Stoner says it's "sad" for him to see Valentino Rossi celebrating a top five or a podium "like a victory". Rossi will continue his MotoGP career into 2021 after signing a new deal with Yamaha to join Petronas SRT with full factory support. The nine-time grand prix motorcycle world champion scored a third-place finish in July's Andalusian Grand Prix and three more top five finishes since - though registered three-successive DNFs from the Emilia Romagna to the Catalan GP. He was absent from last weekend's Aragon GP and will sit out the Teruel round after testing positive for COVID-19 last Thursday. Speaking to Autosport, Stoner notes...
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