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Yamaha: 'Living legend' Rossi will be 'deeply missed'

Yamaha president & CEO Yoshihiro Hidaka and Yamaha Motor Racing managing director Lin Jarvis have paid tribute to Valentino Rossi following the nine time world champions announcement that he is to retire from MotoGP at the end of this season. Crash MotoGP Podcast - Click here to listen to Keith Huewen, Harry Benjamin and our own Pete McLaren talk MotoGP Rossi shocked the two-wheel world when he left Honda as the reigning triple world champion at the end of 2003 to join the then struggling Yamaha factory, which had managed only a single podium that season and was without a world title since Wayne Rainey in 1992. The Italian stunned by winning his very first race on the M1 (pictured) en...
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