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MotoGP, Rossi and the riders from the Academy “invaded” the Mugello

A day of tests on the Tuscan circuit for Valentino and his students. From Bagnaia to Marini, in view of the Italian Grand Prix.

MotoGP: Rossi and the riders from the Academy “invaded” the Mugello

Holiday and 4-day weekends are words that a rider hardly hears because the time between one Grand Prix and the next is taken up by training sessions and, of course, riding. This is Valentino Rossi’s philosophy. Something he also taught his riders in the Academy.

So the Doctor and his "students" stopped off at the Mugello circuit for a day on the track. Pecco Bagnaia, Lorenzo Baldassarri, Luca Marini, Nicolò Bulega, Marco Bezzecchi, and Stefano Manzi were able to take advantage of today to better prepare for the Italian GP, scheduled for June 2nd.

Road bikes and the right mix of fun and hard work before heading to Jerez for the next race of the season. An important training session that allowed riders to compete with their perfectly respectable adversaries. After all, this is the recipe for Valentino’s eternal (competitive) youthfulness.

Translated by Leila Myftija

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