Mugello GP 2017 – Valentino Rossi’s accident on Cavallara’s cross-country track on Thursday afternoon could endanger his participation in the Mugello GP 2017. This is what the head physician orthopedic of Rimini Hospital, Giannicola Lucidi said. He is the doctor who followed Valentino Rossi during his hospitalization. Although the medical bulletin tells “only” of a slight abdominal chest trauma, it is evident that the physical effort required by a GP is not the best way to recover 100%.
He might surprise at Mugello GP 2017
“Valentino is a little bit over the lines, as we know it.” In an interview, Dr. Lucidi explained. “Examinations allowed us to determine that the situation had stabilized. He is not ready to go back to the track. But the fact that it has improved from one day to the next is a great thing. As for his presence at Mugello, he might be surprised. But let’s wait. As a fan, I hope. But as a doctor, we have to see.”
At this point, we just have to wait to know if the Rossi’s Yamaha M1 will come down on the Mugello track. It is difficult to think that the Doctor will easily give up on this appointment, but he certainly will not be 100%. The sixth MotoGP seasonal event is heading uphill for him.
Valentino Rossi vs Maverick Vinales
Valentino Rossi fell off the bike during a motocross training. The Italian champion will treat the wounds at home and then try to run at Mugello GP 2017. Maverick Vinales has already won three races and has been nominated as the next new MotoGP world champion. But Valentino Rossi will hardly let his new and young teammate win his first ever Yamaha race. At least as long as Vale will fail to win the world’s tenth of his incredible career.