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Sete Gibernau to make racing return in MotoE

Former MotoGP race winner Sete Gibernau will come out of a 10-year retirement to compete the inaugural MotoE World Cup in 2019 with Pons Racing.  Gibernau raced in the premier class from 1997 to 2006 full-time, taking nine wins on Suzuki and Honda machinery, and finished runner-up in the standings on two occasions.  The Spaniard, who famously engaged in a heated rivalry with nine-times world champion Valentino Rossi, stepped away from MotoGP at the end of '06, before making six final starts in '09 with the ill-fated Onde 2000 Ducati outfit. In recent years, the 45-year-old has acted as rider coach for Dani Pedrosa, though this role has since come to an end as the Honda...
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