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Rossi categorically rules out 2021 MotoGP retirement

Yamaha's Valentino Rossi has quashed rumours that he will be retiring from MotoGP at the end of the year, branding them "not true". Rossi is set to join Petronas SRT in 2021 alongside Franco Morbidelli, though a deal is yet to be agreed as details on who will form his crew are yet to be sorted between SRT and Yamaha. While it was thought an announcement could come ahead of his home San Marino Grand Prix this weekend, rumours in the media suggested Rossi was going to retire instead and outgoing Ducati rider Andrea Dovizioso would take the second SRT spot - speculation that has since been denied by the team. Ahead of the first of two Misano races, Rossi categorically denied this...
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