The Shanghai experience will remain Rossi’s triumph and returning to victory point after racing seven times along the seven months of the season, but as the title says, a flower doesn’t bring us spring. It seems that this nature thing also applies in racing and The Doctor seems to know it very well.

Success was guaranteed due to the Rossi-Yamaha-Bridgestone triangle. Without excluding the great merits of Valentino and the M1 we must say what best proves the Bridgestone being effective is the Yamaha-Michelin collaboration and let’s not forget the ambitious Jorge Lorenzo who rides the Michelin dressed up Yammie.

After the fabulous race in China and the fourth place obtained by Lorenzo considering physical state and determination we know that Yamaha is going for the podium, no matter what, but the pilot who proved it in the best way possible is Valentino Rossi of which we’ll be soon posting news related to its expectations for Le Mans.

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