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Sports Livio Suppo: "Valentino Rossi does not make a fool"

17:40  06 april  2020
17:40  06 april  2020 Source:   de.motorsport.com

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Valentino Rossi (/ˈrɒsi/; Italian: [valenˈtiːno ˈrossi]; born 16 February 1979) is an Italian professional motorcycle road racer and multiple MotoGP World Champion.

Livio Suppo states that Valentino Rossi is more competitive than many drivers - Davide Brivio believes that Yamaha can wait a long time for a decision

"Valentino is still fun and he is continues to be competitive. If he stopped because of his performance, half the field would have to stop, "Livio Suppo says in a conversation with 'Motorsport.com'. Suppo acted as team manager at Ducati and Honda. The Italian had never worked directly with Rossi.

The Rossi fans not only have to wait for the first MotoGP races in 2020, but also for the decision whether the nine-time motorcycle world champion will continue his career. He wants to wait "two, three" races and then make a decision. It is uncertain when the first Grand Prix will take place.

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(L-R) Livio Suppo of Italy and Repsol Honda Team, Andrea Iannone of Italy and Energy T.I. Pramac Racing Team, Jorge Lorenzo of Spain and Yamaha Factory Racing, Marc Marquez of Spain and Repsol Honda Team, Valentino Rossi of Italy and Yamaha Factory Racing and Lin Jarvis of Great Britain

"Valentino is still strong and doesn't make a fool of himself. The fact that he is still fun and performs better than many drivers justifies in my opinion that he is still driving," Suppo said. "It's also unusual for him to still be that fast at 41."

Valentino Rossi, Yamaha Factory Racing © Motorsport.com Valentino Rossi, Yamaha Factory Racing

Valentino Rossi, Yamaha Factory Racing

Photo: Gold and Goose / Motorsport Images

"Vale is still competitive. Should his competitiveness weaken this year and should no longer be in the Top 5, it might be enough for a driver with his past. "

"It would be strange for me if he said: 'I want to try to win the tenth title and I go to Petronas to try.' That would be an exaggeration for me. If he says: 'I am 42 years old, have fun and am competitive enough for good results', then why not? "

Livio Suppo: "Valentino Rossi does not make a fool"

 Livio Suppo: © Motorsport Images 2020 is the 25th season of Valentino Rossi in the Motorcycle World Championship "Valentino is still fun and he is still competitive. If he because of his performance would stop, then half the field would have to stop, "Livio Suppo finds clear words in conversation with 'Motorsport-Total.com'. Suppo acted as team manager at Ducati and Honda. The Italian had never worked directly with Rossi.

Valentino Rossi - The Yellow Community is with Gimal Edwin and Afif Abdillah. Phillip Island is always beautiful, one of the best tracks for me, we'll look at the data and try to do better .Today was bad for me but the most beautiful victory of my brother, Luca, winning two races in a row is not easy.

Monster Energy Drink is the current sponsor of Valentino Rossi . When Rossi started racing in the big classes he wanted the number that his father won his first grand prix with. Valentino Rossi is straight. He has made no statements or indications otherwise.

Brivio: Yamaha can wait a long time for Rossi's decision

Suzuki team manager Davide Brivio has a similar assessment of the situation. The Italian knows Rossi very well. From the end of 2001 Brivio was team manager at Yamaha and witnessed the Rossi successes with the M1 from the 2004 season up close. When Rossi joined Ducati in 2011, Brivio became a VR46 consultant until he finally took care of the Suzuki project in April 2013.

Davide Brivio 2008 © Provided by motorsport.com Davide Brivio 2008

From 2001 to 2010 Davide Brivio was Yamaha team manager (photo from 2008)

Photo: Motorsport Images

"The choice that Yamaha made was very clear: You have Vinales and Quartararo has been appointed as the official team driver and they can afford to wait for Valentino - paradoxically as long as he wants, "said Brivio in an interview with 'Motorsport.com'. "Because the factory team is fixed and you only have to reserve a free place at Petronas."

"Given the situation, I think they can give him a little more time. He said he wanted to wait half the season, but that's not possible now. Maybe it will be half a season compared to the time the championship is starting. But I repeat, Yamaha is able to wait for him. "

Could Brivio surprise and lure his old buddy Rossi to Suzuki for a farewell year? Because the characteristics of the GSX-RR are similar to the M1. "We don't have a free motorcycle at the moment," says Brivio. "Our strategy is to continue with Rins and Mir. That makes sense in relation to everything we've done so far and what our philosophy is. So it wouldn't be possible."

Other co-authors: Antonio Russo. With images from Motorsport Images.

When Rossi & Co. stop: Brivio sees MotoGP before the next generation .
Suzuki team boss Davide Brivio ponders MotoGP veterans on the jump, but sees no problem with youngsters in view of the many Moto2 talents Suzuki has had no problems with his choice of driver since his Return to MotoGP 2015 increasingly dedicated to promoting young talent. Maverick Vinales (2015/16) as well as the current driver duo Alex Rins (since 2017) and Joan Mir (since 2019) came from Moto2 as rookies into the team of the Japanese manufacturer.

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