2017 MotoGP challenge – Valentino Rossi’s chief mechanic Silvano Galbusera is ready for the 2017 MotoGP challenge. He hopes that Yamaha has made a breakthrough. Because Rossi has a unique goal. The Tenth MotoGP world title. “Outside there will be a relaxed atmosphere, in box it changes a little.” said Galbusera. So, the 2017 MotoGP challenge is ready to start.
2017 MotoGP challenge, Rossi is looking for his last Title
In 2017, Valentino Rossi will try again to win the tenth MotoGP world title. After finishing the last three seasons in second place, it could be the right season. At his side in the box there will be his chief mechanic Silvano Galbusera. “For me, the MotoGP is not a work. I live for challenges and competition.” Last year the Yamaha M1 had some problems compared to Honda’s winner. “We see that developments will lead to tests. At Sepang, we will begin to understand how much we will be competitive, whether at the level of the other or if we should still chasing Honda and Ducati.”
“When you have to chase your opponent go close to the limit”
On the other side of the box, there will be no more Jorge Lorenzo, but Maverick Vinales. A strong adversary, but especially young. According to Galbusera, he will not create any problem. “In the box there will be little or nothing to share. Outside, though, the atmosphere will be more relaxed.” Talking about what will make Valentino Rossi to win the title he said: “Must above all avoid the errors. Those falls too much at the wrong time. Assen was daughter of recovery for the break. He was obliged to win. And in Motegi, instead, he wanted to take Marquez. When you have to chase go very close to the limit and sometimes exceed.”
The first step will be the Sepang Official Test
Galbusera is “load” for this new season. “I want to win the World Cup. He must do a season without mistakes. I will work hard to give Valentino the material to win.” concluded the chief mechanic. All will begin later this month with the first Official MotoGP test in Sepang. The 2017 MotoGP challenge instead will open the doors in March with the GP of Qatar.