Breaking!! Official VR46 figure in Retired, the legendary will remain immortal!! – Cakkk… It has been officially confirmed that number 46 will be retired from MotoGP, this is of course dedicated as a tribute to Valentino Rossi who has had a big influence on MotoGP….

In the eighth round of MotoGP Mugello, Italy in the next two weeks, Dorna will inaugurate the number 46 will no longer be in MotoGP alias retired, which means that no racer in the MotoGP class uses the number 46 other than The Doctor cakkk. The inauguration of retired number 46 will be held on Saturday, May 28, before the Italian GP Qualifying session begins and will of course be attended by Valentino Rossi.

Previously, the Italian racer also immediately received an award from Dorna after undergoing his final race at the Ricardo Tormo MotoGP, Valencia last season, namely the coronation as the 32nd MotoGP Legend. The official statement is as follows:

The number 46 will be retired from use in the MotoGP class at the Autodromo Internazionale del Mugello. Identical to nine-time World Champion and MotoGP Legend Valentino Rossi, the number will be retired at the upcoming Gran Premio d’Italia Oakley.

“The number 46 retirement ceremony will take place on the main track on Saturday, just before qualifying. Rossi will be present as his legacy is honored and his number retired, having inducted the number 46 into the MotoGP™ Legend Hall of Fame for 26 successful seasons – creating one of the most recognized racing numbers in global sport.

‘The ‘Doctor’ took nine World Championships, 115 wins and 235 podiums across all classes as he played a key role in redefining the sport for millions of fans around the world.

Retiring at the end of the 2021 season, he was inducted into the MotoGP Legend Hall of Fame in Valencia and his number will now join him as a witness in the world’s fastest motorcycle championship racing.

Yup…that’s the official statement for VR46. Valentino Rossi has had a Grand Prix racing career spanning 26 years and he has completed 432 races since his debut in the 125cc class at the Shah Alam circuit, Malaysia in 1996 until his last race in the Ricardo Tormo MotoGP class, Valencia. Doi is recorded to have collected 9 world titles, 115 wins, 235 podiums, 65 pole positions, 96 fastest laps and a total of 6,357 points overall.

After deciding to retire from the world of two wheels, Valentino Rossi is now turning to four wheel racing. In this 2022 season, The Doctor takes part in the GT World Challenge Europe event and joins the flagship team from Belgium W Racing Team or the more Familiar Team WRT – Audi. Rossi collaborated with Frederic Vervisch and Nico Muller.

Until the second series that has taken place, Valentino Rossi has only scored 2 points and is in 20th position in the drivers’ standings. He got the points after finishing the race in eighth position at Sprint Race 2 Brands Hatch, England Two weeks ago cakkk.

Meanwhile, there are still nine series that Rossi has not lived. Of course he will work hard to boost his performance even though the adaptation is a little slower because this is the first time The Doctor has become a regular driver in the four-wheel championship and there are many circuits that he has never tried….(CB iwb)

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