VALENTINO ROSSI

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Valentino Rossi THE PPT ON Prepared by Js Baji

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Nationality :- Italian Born :-February 16, 1979 (age 33) Urbino , Italy Current team :- Ducati Team Bike Number :- 46 Website :- valentinorossi.com

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Graziano Rossi Father of valentino rossi

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Other Notes In 2001 Rossi became the youngest ever rider to win titles in three different classes. The only other two riders to win titles in three classes are Phil Read (125, 250, 500) and Mike Hailwood (250, 350, 500). Rossi was the fourth youngest rider ever to win the 500cc title after Freddie Spencer, Mike Hailwood and John Surtees. Rossi is the second rider ever to win the premier class title with a two-stroke and a four-stroke machine (2001 – Honda NSR500; 2002 – Honda RC211V). The first was Giacomo Agostini (1966 to 1972 – MV 500cc four-stroke; 1975 Yamaha 500cc two-stroke). Rossi is the eighth rider to have won three or more successive premier-class titles. He joins an illustrious list which also includes Geoff Duke, John Surtees, Mike Hailwood , Giacomo Agostini , Kenny Roberts, Wayne Rainey and Mick Doohan .

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Valentino Rossi is an Italian professional motorcycle racer and multiple Moto GP World Champion. He is one of the most successful motorcycle racers of all time, with nine Grand Prix world Championships to his name – seven of which are in the premier class

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Rossi tries to keep his personal life out of the public eye as much as possible, though he makes no secret of his fondness for Italian football club Internazionale . After winning his ninth World title in October 2009, Inter congratulated Rossi on their official website.

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Following his father, Graziano Rossi, Valentino started racing in Grand Prix in 1996 for Aprilia in the 125cc category and won his first World Championship the following year

 From there, he moved up to the 250cc category with Aprilia and won the 250cc World Championship in 1999. He won the 500cc World Championship with Honda in 2001:

From there, he moved up to the 250cc category with Aprilia and won the 250cc World Championship in 1999. He won the 500cc World Championship with Honda in 2001

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The MotoGp World Championships (also with Honda) in 2002 and 2003, and continued his streak of back-to-back championships by winning the 2004 and 2005 titles after leaving Honda to join Yamaha, before regaining the title in 2008 and retaining it in2009 He left Yamaha to join Ducati for the 2011 season

Rossi is first in all time 500 cc/MotoGP  race wins standings, with 79 victories, and second in all time overall wins standings with 105 race wins (behindGiacomo Agostini with 122).:

Rossi is first in all time 500 cc/ MotoGP race wins standings, with 79 victories, and second in all time overall wins standings with 105 race wins ( behindGiacomo Agostini with 122).

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Valentino Rossi has had numerous nicknames during his racing career. His first prominent nickname was " Rossifumi ." Rossi explained the etymology of this nickname as a reference and tribute to fellow rider Norifumi Abe

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Valentino Rossi has gone through numerous helmet designs throughout his career, most featuring the Sun & Moon motif, signifying (according to Rossi) the two sides of his personality. The artist of Rossi's current helmet graphics is Aldo Drudi

After leaving the family home in Tavullia, he moved to Milan, before taking up residency in London, England during his period with Honda. During this time he acquired a villa in Ibiza which he still owns and following the tax case has now returned to his main residence to live close to his family in Italy:

After leaving the family home in Tavullia , he moved to Milan, before taking up residency in London, England during his period with Honda. During this time he acquired a villa in Ibiza which he still owns and following the tax case has now returned to his main residence to live close to his family in Italy

MotoGP Honda (2002–2003) :

MotoGP Honda (2002–2003) he inaugural year for the MotoGP bikes was 2002, when riders experienced teething problems getting used to the new bikes. Rossi won the first race and went on to win eight of the first nine races of the season, eventually claiming 11 victories in total.

Yamaha (2004–2010) :

Yamaha (2004–2010) With the traditional race of the season at Suzuka off the list due to safety considerations following the fatal accident of Daijiro Kato, the 2004 season started at Welkom in South Africa. Rossi won the race, becoming the only rider to win consecutive races with different manufacturers, having won the final race of the previous season on the Honda. Rossi would go on to win eight more GPs in the season, primarily battling Sete Gibernau , with Rossi clinching the championship at the penultimate race of the season at Phillip Island. Rossi ended the season with 304 points to Gibernau's 257, with Max Biaggi 3rd with 217 points.

Ducati (2011–) :

Ducati (2011–) On 15 August 2010, after the Brno race, Rossi confirmed he would ride for Ducati Corse, signing a two year deal starting in 2011joining former Honda team-mate Nicky Hayden in the team. He tested the Desmosedici for the first time in Valencia on 9 November 2010, making his first appearance since1999, on an Italian motorcycle .

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Rossi celebrates his 100th career victory at the 2009 Dutch TT in Assen

Rossi at the 2009 United States Grand Prix:

Rossi at the 2009 United States Grand Prix Rossi celebrates victory at the 2010 Qatar Grand Prix

Rossi competing on the shakedown stage for the 2008 Rally GB:

Rossi competing on the shakedown stage for the 2008 Rally GB Rossi tested the Ferrari Formula One car in 2006 on January 31, February 1, and February 2 at Valencia. The first test saw Rossi spin out on the damp track into the gravel trap, ending his day. On the second day, he posted the ninth fastest time of fifteen drivers, approximately one second behind Michael Schumacher, who himself was third fastest

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Season Class Bike Team Race Win Pod Pole FLap Pts Plcd WCh 1996 125cc Aprilia RS125 Scuderia AGV Aprilia 15 1 2 1 2 111 9th 0 1997 Aprilia RS125 Nastro Azzurro Aprilia 15 11 13 4 7 321 1st 1 1998 250cc Aprilia RS250 Nastro Azzurro Aprilia 14 5 9 0 3 201 2nd 0 1999 Aprilia RS250 Aprilia Grand Prix Racing 16 9 12 5 8 309 1st 1 2000 500cc Honda NSR500 Nastro Azzurro Honda 16 2 10 0 5 209 2nd 0 2001 Honda NSR500 Nastro Azzurro Honda 16 11 13 4 10 325 1st 1 2002 MotoGP Honda RC211V Repsol Honda 16 11 15 7 9 355 1st 1 2003 Honda RC211V Repsol Honda 16 9 16 9 12 357 1st 1 2004 Yamaha YZR-M1 Gauloises Fortuna Yamaha 16 9 11 5 3 304 1st 1 2005 Yamaha YZR-M1 Gauloises Yamaha 17 11 16 5 6 367 1st 1 2006 Yamaha YZR-M1 Camel Yamaha 17 5 10 5 4 247 2nd 0 2007 Yamaha YZR-M1 Fiat Yamaha 18 4 8 4 3 241 3rd 0 2008 Yamaha YZR-M1 Fiat Yamaha 18 9 16 2 5 373 1st 1 2009 Yamaha YZR-M1 Fiat Yamaha 17 6 14 7 6 306 1st 1 2010 Yamaha YZR-M1 Fiat Yamaha 14 2 10 1 2 233 3rd 0 2011 Ducati Desmosedici GP11 Ducati Corse 17 0 1 0 1 139 7th 0 2012 Ducati Desmosedici GP12 Ducati Corse 1 0 0 0 0 6* 10th* 0 Total 259 105 175 59 86 4404 9

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Record Number Combined records (all classes) Podium finishes 175 Pole positions 59 Points 4398 Consecutive race starts 230 ( 1996 Malaysian GP – 2010 French GP ) Consecutive years with a win 15 ( 1996 – 2010 ) Championship titles with different engine displacement 5 (125cc, 250cc, 500cc, 800cc, 990cc) Most wins at Mugello ( Italian GP ) 9 ( 1997 , 1999 , 2002 – 2008 ) Consecutive wins at Mugello ( Italian GP ) 7 ( 2002 – 2008 ) Wins with Aprilia 26 500cc/MotoGP records Wins 79 Second places 37 Podium finishes 139 Podium finishes in a season 16 ( 2003 , 2005 , 2008 ) [Note 1] Fastest laps in a season 12 ( 2003 ) Consecutive podium finishes 23 ( 2002 Portuguese GP – 2004 South African GP ) Consecutive race starts 170 ( 2000 South African GP – 2010 French GP ) Championship titles with Yamaha 4 ( 2004 – 2005 , 2008 – 2009 ) Consecutive championship titles with different constructors [Note 2] 2 ( 2003 – 2004 ) Consecutive wins with different constructors 2 ( 2003 Valencian GP – 2004 South African GP ) Wins with Yamaha 46 Wins in a season with Yamaha 11 ( 2005 ) Consecutive wins with Yamaha 5 ( 2005 Chinese GP – 2005 Dutch TT , 2008 United States GP – 2008 Japanese GP ) Championship titles with different motorcycles 4 ( 500cc Honda , 990cc Honda , 990cc Yamaha , 800cc Yamaha ) Championship titles with different engine displacement 3 (500cc, 800cc, 990cc)

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