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Dovizioso reopens to a MotoGP return: "I'm not old, my door is open"

Andrea and a future as a test rider in MotoGP: "When I decided to retire, I could've still continued, because several brands wanted me. In the paddock, everyone knows my qualities and the fact that I can help develop a bike."

MotoGP: Dovizioso reopens to a MotoGP return:

Andrea Dovizioso was also present at Mugello last weekend. After almost two months on a motocross bike, the Forlì native returned to the track to closely follow his former teammates. Andrea, who is currently busy with the 04 Park, aka his Motocross track, didn't shy away from talking about Bagnaia-Martin and Marquez, and then Pedro Acosta.

Among the topics, Andrea also talked about his future, reopening the door to MotoGP: "At the moment, I don't have any plans, but it's always nice when a brand calls you to talk about the future," he told the MotoGP channel. "When I retired, I had the possibility to continue, but I just wanted to stop and take a break.

Who knows if maybe we'll soon see him back in action on the asphalt: "I always leave the door open, because I'm not old yet, and everyone knows my qualities and the fact that I can help develop the bike. Now it's too early to talk about that, but my door is open."

The last image of Dovizioso in the MotoGP dates back to his experience with Yamaha under the Petronas colors, which ended in Misano. It wouldn't hurt at all to see him back at work as a test rider.

Translated by Leila Myftija

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