Monday, 18 September 2017

Valentino Rossi Back on Track 20 Days After Leg Break

Translated from Rimini Today

It has misplaced all expectations and, as we have already announced, Valentino Rossi came back to a Yamaha not even 20 days after the accident in which he reported the fracture of tibia and perone. In the late afternoon of Monday, the 9-time world champion at Misano world Circus conducted a mini-test with a R6 road to assess the recovery of the injured leg. The appointment scheduled for Tuesday would be anticipated today due to bad weather forecasts. Four laps made by Dr. Tavullia before the circuit started to get off with an annoying rain that forced him back to the box. At the moment, however, remains the greatest resonance of the result of the test and remains unknown to Rossi's presence at the Aragon Grand Prix scheduled this weekend.

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