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Valentino Rossi: No points in difficult Doha MotoGP race

The toughest weekend of Valentino Rossi's MotoGP career, at least in terms of results, came to a close with 16th place in Sunday's Doha Grand Prix. After the excitement of qualifying fourth for his Petronas Yamaha debut the previous week, Rossi approached the second Qatar weekend looking for solutions to rear tyre-wear issues that left him twelfth in the opening race. Instead, the Italian only made one appearance in the top 13 (ninth in FP3) and was ranked 21st in both final practice and qualifying, his worst ever premier-class grid position. The race brought little reward, The Doctor briefly gaining three positions at the first corner before settling back into 21st for the opening 8...
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