MotoGP Analysis: Rossi’s MotoGP Title-Winning Racebikes, In The May Issue

MotoGP Analysis: Rossi’s MotoGP Title-Winning Racebikes, In The May Issue

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Featured In the May 2020 Issue of Roadracing World: 

     During his 20 seasons in the 500cc and MotoGP classes Valentino Rossi has won seven World Championships and a record 89 races. He spent four years with Honda, taking 13 victories in two seasons with the NSR500 and another 20 in the next two seasons with the RC211V, plus three titles. He has enjoyed by far the most success in his 14 years with the YZR-M1, earning 56 race wins and four World Championships.  

      The NSR500, RC211V and YZR-M1 perfectly track the development curve of grand prix motorcycles over the past two decades, as engineers increased their knowledge of power delivery, chassis behavior, and electronic engine management controls …

—Rossi’s Winners, MotoGP Analysis, By Mat Oxley


Valentino Rossi has won premier-class races and World Championships on three different bikes: Honda’s NSR500 and RC211V, and Yamaha’s YZR-M1. Read the stories of these milestone machines in the May issue of Roadracing World!

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