The Doctor Wants Longer in MotoGP - most prestigious motor racing competition in the world of MotoGP on the second series that took place some time ago at Circuit of The Americas (COTA), Austin United States has indeed been completed. Where from the second series of the MotoGP motorcycle racing champion of the prestigious forth in the previous two seasons, 2013 and 2014 is none other than Marc Marquez. With the end of the second series which took place in the United States is indeed making the whole racers, race teams, and manufacturers have to prepare all the best for the next series that will be held at the circuit Termas de Rio Hondo, Argentina. Although some are getting positive results and negative, but should forget about the race and get back to MotoGP Argentina. One is Valentino Rossi, the Italian rider who defend the MotoGP Yamaha factory team Movistar is getting results that are not so bad as to be able to reach the podium and three in 2015 COTA. Interestingly racer birth 36 years ago who has the nickname "The Doctor" is claimed to not want to retire from MotoGP. Even after his contract with Yamaha expires in 2016. Despite having a young age do not yet make Rossi motivated to follow this race, even until the 2017 season.
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Indeed, with the statement not clear yet where The Doctor will be anchored after the contract with Yamaha will last until the end of the 2016 season. But one is for sure, no longer young in age, Valentino Rossi still has a target of world champion. Before he decided to completely retire from the world's most prestigious motor racing who has raised his name is. Although this time the competition is tough but The Doctor looks still enjoy the competition even since 2013 and where he returned to Yamaha after not able to tame the Ducati Desmosedici GP 12 and 13. Noted in the previous season the MotoGP 2014 Valentino Rossi won the title "Runner Up" which is the best of several years ago. Read also Marquez Back Rajai Austin and Valentino Rossi could Optimist World Champion Again.