Valentino Rossi Quick Return – Valentino Rossi arrived at the Aragon circuit accompanied by his friend Uccio and coach Luca Cadalora. He walked with a stick, but on Friday he will be on track. Rossi will drive the M1 in the first Aragon free practice session. The nine-time world champion received the ok of doctors after a sustained visit on the Spanish circuit. It’s a Valentino Rossi Quick Return. On August 31 he broke tibia and fibula during an enduro workout.
Valentino Rossi Quick Return in Aragon
Valentino Rossi wants to get back on his MotoGP-Yamaha on Friday. Only 22 days after his enduro accident, in which he suffered a fracture of the shin and fibula, Valentino Rossi will swing back onto his Yamaha M1 in the MotorLand Aragón. Now the 38-year-old Rossi successfully passed the medical check of the track physician. Clemente Millan, MotorLand Aragón’s race doctor in charge, gave Rossi the go-ahead and declared the nine-time world champion “fit to ride.”
Free practice session
Rossi will start the first free practice session of the MotoGP class on Friday at 9:55 am. If Rossi’s pain becomes too high, superbike driver Michael van der Mark will be available as a replacement. In the World Championship standings, Rossi is fourth with 42 points behind Marc Márquez and Andrea Dovizioso. They are at the top of the world championship rankings.