Rossi “more confident” after Portugal MotoGP race

The nine-time grand prix world champion qualified a lowly 17th at the Algarve track and admitted he was “worried” about his pace having failed to make any step forward from his difficult Doha GP weekend.
However, Rossi managed to take a step forward with bike set-up to improve braking and acceleration for the race and was running decent pace as he battled for the top 10 before crashing out …Keep reading

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