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Rossi helmet up for auction

Tuesday, 14 September 2010

A signed replica of the World Champion’s 2009 Mugello helmet is now being auctioned in aid of Belgian charity Coeur a Coeur.

Valentino Rossi fans can purchase a signed replica of the Italian’s 2009 Mugello helmet and help Belgian charity Coeur a Coeur in the process, after the reigning World Champion’s mechanic Bernard Ansiau donated the piece of memorabilia following a bike ride to raise awareness of the charity’s work.
Around 180 people rode from Esneux to Vieldalm in Belgium on Sunday in aid of Coeur a Coeur, a charity which trains dogs to help the physically handicapped. Amongst those taking part in the ride was Asniau, who donated a replica of Rossi’s helmet for auction with the original visor signed by the nine-time World Champion.
The helmet is now up for auction and you can place your bid on eBay by clicking here. More information on the work of Coeur a Coeur can be found on their website.

Rossi tests at Aragón

Wednesday, 08 September 2010

The World Champion today (Wednesday) rode at the circuit that will host Round 13 of the season next weekend, as did Andrea Dovizioso in the morning. Premier class rookie Hiroshi Aoyama rode on Tuesday.

Valentino Rossi today joined the group of MotoGP riders who have included a test at the Motorland Aragón circuit as part of their preparations for Round 13 of the 2010 season, on the Spanish track that is new to the World Championship calendar this year. Like team-mate Jorge Lorenzo and other premier class stars such as Nicky Hayden and Dani Pedrosa, Rossi set aside a day to get to grips with the layout of the track.
Unable to ride on his official Fiat Yamaha M1 to comply with testing regulations, Rossi used a Yamaha R1 during the session to study the characteristics of the track which he described as “fast” with “complicated but fun turns”, outlining the entry to turn 16 as a particular highlight during several runs throughout his test.
Earlier in the day Repsol Honda rider Andrea Dovizioso was on track as he also observed the venue which he, Rossi and the rest of the premier class will ride on in just nine days at the Gran Premio A-Style de Aragón. The 24 year-old, riding a Honda CBR1000RR, was particularly impressed by the opportunities for overtaking and expects an enjoyable race next weekend.
On Tuesday morning Hiroshi Aoyama of the Interwetten Honda MotoGP Team rode on the track, as did Moto2 wild card for Aragón Kev Coghlan, who was again present today and has previous experience at Aragón having won there in the Spanish National Championship Moto2 race in July.

Monday, September 6, 2010

MotoGP paddock united in Tomizawa grief

Sunday, 05 September 2010

There was an overwhelming sadness at Misano as riders and teams expressed their sorrow at the tragic death on Sunday of Japanese rider Shoya Tomizawa.

The untimely passing away of Shoya Tomizawa on Sunday provoked an array of sad reactions from the MotoGP paddock, as the sport lost a talented rider and one of its most popular figures.
Nineteen year-old Tomizawa, the first rider ever to win a Moto2 race at the start of the season, was a highly charismatic, friendly and well-liked person and tributes to him were paid by those who had been fortunate to experience his fantastic persona.
Moto2 race winner at Misano on Sunday Toni Elías said: “All I feel is sadness right now and my victory today is irrelevant. I was talking and joking with Tomizawa only yesterday in the Clinica Mobile and to think that he is no longer with us is truly awful. Even today we were out there racing together when he was in front of me before this incredible tragedy. He has left an indelible mark on my life."
Elías Team Manager Fausto Gresini, who experienced the tragedy of losing a rider when Daijiro Kato passed away at Suzuka in 2003, stated: "Today is a very sad and very tough day, when racing doesn't feel like it should. I know just how hard it is to lose a rider in these circumstances and I know the pain that his family and all the guys on the team who worked with him are feeling right now. There is little more to say.”
MotoGP race winner Dani Pedrosa reflected: “There are no words to say how it feels after this victory - it feels like nothing. It’s so sad, terrible, and these things should never happen. As a person I can only say that he was a very funny boy, always happy and making jokes, and as a rider he earned respect from everybody in a very short time, he was fast and brave.”
Jorge Lorenzo said: "I don't have many words for the race on such a sad say. It's a huge pity because he was a good guy and a strong rider. I am so sad and I just want to say how sorry I am for his family and his friends. When this happens nothing else matters."
The Spaniard’s team-mate Valentino Rossi commented: "I'm so sorry for Shoya because he was a strong rider but above all he was very ‘sympatico.' He was very funny, always smiling and he always had nice things to say to everyone. He was also very young with a great career ahead of him so we are all very sad."
Ducati rider Casey Stoner said: “I am deeply saddened for Tomizawa, his family and everybody who worked with him. It is something truly terrible and it left me breathless, like a week ago (and the death of Peter Lenz). It was a pleasure to watch him ride and I was looking forward to see him have a great career."
The Australian’s team-mate Nicky Hayden added: “I am really sad, we have lost two riders in two weekends. My thoughts are with his family and his team but I think the whole paddock has been hit hard by this tragedy. At the end of the day we are all brothers here. We have lost a talented kid with a great personality. I loved his style, his determination and the smile he always wore.”

Thursday, September 2, 2010

Rossi on decision to make change

Rossi on Ducati thumb This is 
Getting Ridiculous: Rossi Ducati Announcement at Laguna Seca?After weeks of speculation in the MotoGP paddock official confirmation came from Yamaha, Ducati and Valentino Rossi on Sunday at Brno that the reigning World Champion would make the switch from the Japanese to the Italian factory for the 2011 season.
Speaking about his decision to seek a new challenge in the next instalment of his illustrious career Rossi, who has won four MotoGP World Championships in his time with Yamaha, explained the motivation for his change following a seven-year relationship with the manufacturer.
“I think that here in Yamaha my work is finished,” said Rossi. “The situation within Yamaha has changed a lot since 2004. Now the M1 is maybe the best bike in MotoGP, Yamaha have great riders, so it looks like they don’t need me any more.”
Rossi has penned a two-year deal with Ducati and is extremely excited at the prospect of linking up with the Bologna factory. “I’m very curious and very motivated for this new challenge and I think it will be very interesting,” he stated.
“I think an Italian rider on an Italian bike will be great for all Italian fans. I think we’ll have a lot of fans cheering for us.”
Attention has already turned to the end-of-season test at Valencia in November where Rossi hopes to test the Ducati Desmosedici for the first time, but a decision on whether he will be able to due to contractual commitments is yet to be made.
“If Yamaha say no I’ll be very upset and sad,” said the 31 year-old. “Only Honda have said no to me in the past and that relationship was very different to the one between me and Yamaha. If I can’t do it then I don’t understand the relationship between me and Yamaha!”


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