Rossi fulfilled "a child's dream" when he arrived with the M1 in Tavullia

"The top speed I picked up? 170. There were no fines. It could be done because the road was closed and he was wearing a helmet," La Doctor said laughing.


The GP of San Marino is the closest to Valentino Rossi's house. There are only a dozen kilometers between his native Tavullia and Marco Simoncelli, with what is known wonderfully the roads in the area and had pending a walk through them with his MotoGP, something he could finally do last Tuesday. The Doctor was pleased to drive with the road closed for him between his ranch and Tavullia on the handlebars of the Yamaha M1, which thus fulfilled "a child's dream" .

He explained it thus: "It was a great moment, because It was a dream that I had since I was a child. I know that road very well, because I have climbed it up and down many times with my scooter. The road is fun, with many curves, and I always wanted to try once with my M1 for it. It was fun. 2 I also had good feelings on the road. I expected it to be more difficult, but the bike went well. "

Asked about the top speed he reached, he said " 170. There were no fines. It could be done because the road was closed and wearing a helmet ".



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