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Valentino Rossi will attempt MotoGP comeback at Aragon

Valentino Rossi says he will attempt a comeback at the Aragón round of the MotoGP championship, despite admitting just two weeks ago that it would be 'very hard' given his recent injury. The Italian rider suffered a fracture to his right tibia and fibula during an enduro training accident at the end of August and missed the latest round at Misano. However following two days of testing this week, Rossi hopes to make a comeback this weekend despite doctors advising a rest period of 30 to 40 days – Rossi sustained his injury just 20 days ago. 'Fortunately, yesterday I had a good test with my YZF-R1M in Misano,' said the 38-year-old.  'I tried also the day...
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