Valentino Rossi claimed not regret moving to Ducati, although this year’s season with Ducati Desmosedici GP 11 failed to reap victory. It is the first time in his career in motor racing track that has been engaged since 16 years ago “The Doctor” was successfully leads a team based in Bologna on the podium first.
“Sometimes I regret it, but once I started to think more deeply, it is something I should try it. So, for that I’m not mistaken. The attraction was a big challenge and I still feel like it,” commented 32-year rider in an interview with MCN .
He said it is better to try and have some problems than not try at all and wonder for the rest of his life. “I was racing and I make all the choices in a career like this. To be sure, more fun because of it,” he said.
Highest achievement during the 2011 season is finished third at Le Mans, France is the third series. The rest, the man from Urbino, Italy finished fourth at Assen, the Netherlands and three times finished fifth and sixth twice.
When Rossi decides to stop from Yamaha, Ducati really hope this seven-time world champion could repeat his performance as the Yamaha to ride the Desmosedici GP 11 are known to be very fussy. Although, through the hard struggle he has yet managed to win the race.
But, he sure can still compete in the front row. In fact, ever start from the position-11 alone, he was finally able to finish first. Although, in the 2012 season as the season premiere with a 1,000 cc engine, Rossi believes is still the toughest year for him. But that would galvanize him and Ducati to help him compete.
“For me, the season like this help me become stronger. Only, I am very sad has been disappointing all my fans. But, the story is not finished,” he added. He promised to gush Ducati could be more with the Yamaha and Honda.
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