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Rossi: Qatar podium shows I'm not too old to keep racing

Valentino Rossi says his third-place finish in the Qatar MotoGP season opener has answered those who believe he is too old to sign a new two-year contract with Yamaha. Rossi, 39, signed a fresh contract ahead of the Losail weekend that will keep him racing until the end of 2020, by which time he will be 41 years old. After qualifying eighth, the seven-time premier class champion recovered to third in the race, finishing less than a second behind race winner Andrea Dovizioso and second-placed Marc Marquez.  Rossi said the result proves he still has what it takes to cut it at the front of the MotoGP field, despite the increasing challenges of staying fit approaching his 40s. "Honestly,...
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