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The most famous motorcycle racer in history will continue his career in MotoGP, but will be chasing points for another team in 2021.
The Italian motorcycle superstar Valentino Rossi is continuing his impressive career and will switch from the Yamaha factory team to Petronas in the coming year. The 41-year-old announced his new commitment to the Yamaha customer team on Thursday.
"The contract is ready and I will sign it. It will be announced this weekend," said the nine-time world champion in an interview with Sky Italia before training for the Catalan Grand Prix in Barcelona begins.
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Rossi is considered to be the most famous rider in motorcycle racing. Only his compatriot Giacomo Agostini (15) and the Spaniard Angel Nieto (13) won more world titles than the veteran.
Rossi made his debut in 1996 in the 125cc class on an Aprilia, only one year later "The Doctor" became world champion. This was followed by titles in the 250s and 500s.
Rossi triumphed six times in MotoGP, which was introduced for the 2002 season. The crowd favorite won the World Cup at least once in every class in which it competed.
In total, Rossi has stood on the podium 199 times in Grand Prix races in his career. However, his last win so far dates back to 2017 and his last podium finish last year.
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Seven-time champion Valentino Rossi's anticipated move to Petronas Yamaha could go through as early as this weekend in Barcelona, he says.Rossi's seat at the works Yamaha team will be taken by Fabio Quartararo after the end of the current season, but the Italian is set to in turn replace the title contender with the Malaysian outfit.