Valentino Rossi Biography - The Doctor
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In a long career GP Rossi always wore the number 46, the number he wore it after watching the action of a Japanese wildcard rider numbered 46 in TV to impress. Moreover, the number is also used by Graziano Rossi, father, to win the first race with Morbidelli 1979. Today he still wore the number 46 kebanggaanya it and do not follow the world-champion world champion before choosing to change the number 1 after getting the title of world champion.
When I first joined the 500cc GP Doohan former team headed by a reliable mechanic named Jerremy Australia Burgess, paddock atmosphere greatly influenced temperament temperamental Doohan. All the mechanics and team staff looked serious and likely stressful. This atmosphere makes Rossi determined to celebrate when a massive win. Since then, her trademark victory party. Not just with friends, as well as thousands of supporters who packed the circuit. He also does Action "wheelie" and "burnout" if victorious and often provide "kneepad" or to his fans to throw hats while on the podium.
In his racing career, Rossi always change the nickname and do things that attract attention and entertain. He reasoned that it was all done with the intention of having fun and doing something funny. "Rossifumi", the nickname given by his friend Rossi at Rossi race in the 125cc class. The nickname was created by Rossi wowed with a typical Japanese racer with long hair, Norick Abe. In 2004, Rossi and Abe are both defending Yamaha. Rossi was on the team Gauloises Fortuna Yamaha Team, while Abe in Fortuna Gauloises Tech 3 Yamaha Team.
"Valentinik", the nickname is derived from the cartoon "Daffy Duck" is a "superhero" in Italy named Paperinik. The nickname was wearing at the time of the race in the 250cc class. Other nicknames is "The Doctor" after he rose in the 500cc class in the 2000 season. At the end of the 2003 season before the 2004 season, Valentino Rossi made the decision to move from the Honda factory team, Repsol Honda HRC. He chose to join the Yamaha team last won the world championship in 1992 by racer Wayne Rainey. Rossi moved to Yamaha team alone, he also brought Jerremy Burgess, the former chief mechanic also handles Doohan and Criville. They conducted a series of tests to fix the motor technology Rossi's Yamaha YZR M1 to be able to compete with the strongest bike in the Moto GP at the time, Honda's RC211V.
Regarding the move, many who do not think and pessimism that Rossi would be able to defend his champion. But he dispelled all the pessimistic view. Even in the first series of the 2004 season at the GP Welkom, South Africa, he beat Max Biaggi riding a Honda motorcycle, albeit with a very tight fight with the last yamaha motorcycle riding on the podium in 1992. In 2004 and 2005, becoming world champion Rossi with Yamaha and became the first Yamaha rider
most won in a single season (9-time champion in the 2005 season).
Valentino Rossi BIODATA
Name: Valentino Rossi
Born: Urbino, February 16, 1979
Height / Weight: 180cm/69kg
1. Go-kart the first (1985)
2. Debut karting racing 60cc (1989)
3. Champion 60cc regional karting championships, winning nine times (1990)
4. Ranked fifth in the Championship Junior go-kart Italy (1991)
5. Minibikes Italian Champion Endurance (1992)
6. Ranked 12 Italian 125cc Sport Production championship with Cagiva motorcycles (1993)
7. Italian 125cc Sport Production championship with Cagiva motorcycles (1994)
8. Italian national champion 125cc, 125cc European Championship 3 ratings, ranking 11th in the Championship, Spanish
9. Open all with Aprilia 125cc (1995)
10. World Championship debut in the 125cc GP Malaysia using Scuderia AGV Aprilia (1996) championship with 321 points, 11 wins in Malaysia, Spain, Italy, France, Netherlands, Imola,
Germany, Brazil, England, Catalunya, and Indonesia (1997)
11. Youngest ever 125cc world champion riding an Aprilia-2 Nastro Azzurro Team, the first position in
Moved to the 250cc class riding an Aprilia team Nastro Azzuro, the second position in the championship with 201 points, 5 wins in the Netherlands, Imola, Catalunya, Australia, and Argentina (1998)
12. Being the youngest 250cc world champion, riding for the Aprilia Grand Prix Racing,
The first position in the championship with 309 points, 9 wins in Spain, Italy, Catalunya, English, German, Czech, Australia, South Africa, and Brazil (1999)
13. Up again to the 500cc class riding a Honda for the Nastro Azzuro Team, the second position in the championship with 209 points, 2 wins in Britain and Brazil (2000)
14. 500cc world champion, riding a Honda for the Nastro Azzuro Team, the first position in the championship with 325 points, 11 wins in Japan, South Africa, Spain, Catalunya, Great Britain, Czech, Putugal, the Pacific, Australia, Malaysia, and Brazil (2001 )
15. Won the Moto GP World Championship on a Honda RC211V revised for the Repsol Honda Team, the first position in the championship with 355 points, a collection of 11 wins in Japan, Spain, France, Catalunya, Italy, Netherlands, UK, Germany, Portugal, Brazil, and Australia (2002)
16. Wins his second in the Moto GP World Championship with the Repsol Honda Team, the first position in the championship with 357 points, 9 wins in Japan, Spain, Italy, Czech, Portugal, Rio, Malaysia, Australia, and Valencia (2003)
17. Moved to Gauloises Fortuna Yamaha YZR-M1 and wins the Moto GP World Championship, the first position in the championship with 304 points, 9 wins in South Africa, Italy, Catalunya, Netherlands, England, Portugal, Malaysia, Australia, and Valencia (2004)
18. Won a second world title for Gauloises Fortuna Yamaha Team, the first position in the championship up in Malaysia with 281 points, 9 wins in Spain, China, France, Italy, Catalunya, Netherlands, UK, Germany, and the Republic (2005)
1. Degree 125cc World Champion (1997)
2. Degree 250cc World Champion (1999)
3. Degree 500cc World Champion (2001)
4. Degree Moto GP World Champion (2002)
5. Degree Moto GP World Champion (2003)
6. Degree Moto GP World Champion (2004)
7. Degree Moto GP World Champion (2005)