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Rossi rides upward curve to Austrian MotoGP, tips Yamaha to surprise

Valentino Rossi heads into round four of the 2020 MotoGP World Championship in Austria eager to build on the encouraging upturn in form that has seen him creep back into the leading positions. Check out the Crash MotoGP YouTube channel - CLICK HERE Having become mired in the upper mid-field for the majority of 2019 as he struggled to get the Yamaha M1 utilising the Michelin rear tyre as effectively as his stablemates, Rossi appeared to make a breakthrough at the Andalusia MotoGP in Jerez after qualifying well and scoring a podium. Though he wasn’t standing on the podium in the Czech Republic, Rossi finished in fifth just one second shy of Johann Zarco as one of the few riders to make...
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