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Valentino Rossi 'irreplaceable', but 'all sports move on'

When MotoGP testing kicks off at Sepang in just over three weeks' time, it'll mark the first preparations for a motorcycle grand prix season without Valentino Rossi since 1995. Exactly what impact the retirement of the most famous motorcycle racer in history will have on MotoGP is yet to be seen. Perhaps Rossi's millions of followers will continue to tune in for each race weekend and find new riders to support. Or perhaps they'll lose interest and find something else to do. No-one really knows. Either way, it's a pivotal moment for the sport, which has grown exponentially during the Rossi era but must now try and continue the momentum without him. Related Articles Petrucci back on pace at...
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