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Rossi 'didn't trust' his age doubts during tough 2019 MotoGP campaign

Valentino Rossi admits his age prompted him to question his MotoGP future during a tough 2019 season, but says he "didn't trust" those doubts. The nine-time grand prix world champion's deal to remain with Yamaha and join Petronas SRT in 2021 was officially confirmed on Saturday after months of discussions. Next year will mark Rossi's 26th in the grand prix racing and he'll also turn 42, making him the oldest rider on the grid by seven years depending on whether Cal Crutchlow or Andrea Dovizioso continue. Last year, Rossi scored just two podiums and finished as third-best Yamaha in seventh place in the championship - his lowest ranking in the points since his first year at Ducati...
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