News "He drove incredibly good" - Morbidelli Staunt About Rossis MotoGP-Farewell

13:35  16 november  2021
13:35  16 november  2021 Source:   motorsport-total.com

"Bin one who laughs": Rossi does not believe in MotoGP farewell with tears

 © Motorsport Images Valentino Rossi wants to enjoy his farewell as a MotoGP driver, not mourn for Valentino Rossis last race in the motorcycle World Cup, the On Sunday in the form of the Grand Prix of Valencia 2021 goes over the stage, the MotoGP -Supperstar and his personal and professional environment have come up with something special.

Franco Morbidelli expressed himself to Valentino Rossi's final race in the MotoGP excited about the performance of the 42-year-old. From Round Nine to Morbidelli drove the rest of the race behind the Yamaha with the number 46 and found no way over.

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Rossi finished the race as a tenth and was therefore second-best Yamaha pilot. Werkspilot Franco Morbidelli followed at position eleven in front of Petronas pilot Andrea Dovizioso. World Champion Fabio Quartararo managed it as the only Yamaha pilot in the top 5.

"It was great to drive the entire race behind him. I already planned before the race to make him the best possible way. I did not want to be involved in anything "Commented Morbidelli, who found the first driver of the VR46 Academy the way to the MotoGP.

ROOKIE DARRYN BINDER after test on MotoGP "Beast": "Speed ​​is delusional"

 ROOKIE DARRYN BINDER after test on MotoGP © Motorsport Images in Jerez Harryn Binder His first kilometers with the MotoGP-Yamaha Darryn Binder is the first driver since Jack Miller, who the Moto2 class skips and moves directly from the Moto3 to the premier class. The younger brother of KTM-Star Brad Binder drives 2022 in the Yamaha satellite team RNF an M1 born 2021. on the two test days in Jerez spebled Binder his first kilometers with the MotoGP -bike. He came to 104 rounds. The only incident was a high insider.

"I drove directly behind him during the race and wanted to attack. I tried to overtake him. But he drove so fast, it was not possible to attack him," says Morbidelli. "I had to drive the entire race behind him and then I was pleased that I was lucky enough to watch a very special position during his last laps in the MotoGP."

"It was great. He drove really well, incredibly good. In the last laps he pulled the pace again. You saw that he really enjoyed the last laps on a MotoGP machine," says Morbidelli, who like the others Driver of the VR46 academy with an old Rossi helmet design went.

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