The incredible data of Rossi: 20 years and 312 days winning

No one has so much time difference between his first and last victory: from 18 August 1996 in Brno to 27 June 2017 in Assen.


It has long been the number one in this section, so with his great victory today in Assen what he has done Valentino Rossi has been improving the record he has in the time between the first and the last World Cup victory. They are already 20 years and 312 days that the Italian has been winning races in the World-wide.

The first data of the 18 of August of 1996, the race of 125cc of Brno, with Aspar like propitiatory victim in the last return. The last one, the one that makes the number 115 in its extraordinary record has been today, June 27, 2017, with what are almost 21 years that have passed between that first and this.

The previous record was owned by Vale With 19 years and 292 days, which was the time between Brno 96 and Montmeló 16, which was so far as his last World Cup victory. The next step in this section is Loris Capirossi, with 17 years and 49 days (England 90 of 125cc and Japan 07 of MotoGP). The third is another long retired driver, but very present in the memory of the fans: Angel Nieto, with 16 years and eight days (Germany 69 of 50cc and France 85 of 80cc). The fourth still has a chance to continue rewriting its history, because it is Dani Pedrosa, who figures in this ranking with 14 years and 312 days, the time that passed between Holland 02 of 125cc and Spain 17 of MotoGP. Of course, it will need much better careers than the one in the cathedral today, where it could only have been thirteenth.



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