Biography of Valentino Rossi Motorcycle Racer

Valentino Rossi (Born on February 16, 1979 in the small town Umbrino) is a legend racer who is the son of Graziano Rossi and won many championships in Motogp. This article depicts his biography in detail including his career and records.

Born on February 16, 1979 in the small town Umbrino. Son of the famous Graziano Rossi, who took in the same 1979 third in the championship GP250. He began his career in 1990 in the race for a mini moto. In 1993 he made his debut in the national championship in Italy Cagiva Sports Production 125 cc First victory in the same year, and in 1994 he became a champion. In 1995 he played in the European Championship as an official rider Aprilia, finished the season in third place. Then wins in the same championship title and went to the World Cup.

Career of Valentino Rossi in MotoGP

1996: Debut in GP125, Grand Prix of Malaysia, Aprilia / Scuderia AGV. 9th place and 111 points on the season. Win: Grand Prix Czech Republic

1997: The second youngest champion in the history of class GP125, Aprilia / Nastro Azzurro Team. 1st place and 321 points at the end of the season, 11 wins.

11998: Move to the GP250, Aprilia / Nastro Azzurro Team. 2nd place and 201 points on the season, 5 wins.

1999: The youngest champion GP250, Aprilia Grand Prix Racing. 1st place and 309 points - 9 wins.

2000: Move to the "King" class GP500, Honda / Nastro Azzuro Team. 2nd place and 209 points on the season - 2 victory.

2001: The first MotoGP title in the "Royal" class GP500 500cc, Honda / Nastro Azzuro Team. 1st place and 325 points - 11 wins.

2002: The new format of racing MotoGP, 4-stroke motorcycles with large engines, Honda RC211V, the factory team Repsol Honda Team. 1st place and 355 points on the season - 11 wins.

2003: The second victory for the factory team Repsol Honda Team. 1st place and 357 points - 9 wins.

2004: Move to the Gauloises Fortuna Yamaha and again winning the championship! 1st place and 304 points, 9 wins.

2005: Second victory for Yamaha. Early. 1st place at the moment (9/25/05) 281 points and nine wins. The list is not over.

Achievements and records of Valentino Rossi

Rossi becomes the third rider in the history of MotoGP, have reached 5 or more titles in the premier class. The other two riders are Mick Dwayne (mentor and teacher, Russia) - 5 titles, and Giacomo Agostini - 8 titles. Rossi became the first rider who manages to win more than 9 races in each of the last five seasons. Earlier in 2005, the Dutch TT race in Holland, Rossi became the first rider in the history of Yamaha, who manages to win 5 races in a row in the premier class. Russia's victory in the first race of the season at Jerez made him the only person other than Agostini, who won five races of the season starting in a row. In 2001, Russia became the youngest driver who manages to win titles in three different classes. In addition to it, it only managed to Phil Reed (125, 250, 500) and Mike Hailwood (250, 350, 500). Russia has become one of the most famous drivers in the history of MotoGP, who managed to win the "Royal" class at a young age. Three others - Freddie Spencer, Mike Hailwood and John Syurtis.


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