No Vale does not give out his personal #. He has tens of thousands of fans, he would be swamped with calls, etc.
Going into GP that was always going to be his retiring age. He stated very early in his career that he never planned on racing beyond 27.
Valentino Rossi drives a Yamaha YZR-M1 bike. He is currently under contract with Yamaha. The bike features a liquid-cooled, in-line, 4-cylinder, 4-stroke with 16-valve DOHC engine.
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Not sure he has a middle name.
Go here to read about him http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Valentino_Rossi
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Marco Simoncelli died on October 23, 2011, while racing in the Malaysian Grand Prix, due to sustaining serious trauma to the head, neck and chest.
Casey Stoner weighs 58.00 kg.
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Rossi decided that moving up to the 500cc class in 2000 was a serious business so he needed a new nickname to reflect that.
He decided that a doctor, a respected, intelligent persona would be more suitable.
Rossi is the equivelant of smith in English so there's a lot of Dr. Rossi's in Italy
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Casey Stoner is married to Adriana Tuchyna. They met at Phillip Island race circuit, when she asked Casey to sign her, and two years later, started dating.
He won his first World championship in 1997. Won the 250cc world championship in 1999. He won the 500cc World Championship with Honda in 2001.Won the MotoGP World Championship with Honda in 2002 and 2003. He also won in 2004 and 2005 and in 2008 and 2009.
Yamalube 4 (10W30) or SAE 10W30 Type SE Motor oil
Total: 0.75 L (0.79 US Qt)
At Oil Change: 0.65 L (0.69 US Qt)
Source(s): Yamaha PW-80 Service/Owners Manual
With no modifications, a stock Suzuki LTZ 450 has about 40 horsepower. The top speed is about 100 to 110 miles per hour.
Assen is the only survivor from the inaugural 1949 World Championship calendar and the event continues to be held on the last Saturday in June, Sunday racing having originally been frowned upon for religious reasons.
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i think he has an adopted child... i dunno....i saw him with vale sometimes ago while vale's celebrating his win at a race...
That would be Luca Marini, his half brother, who is also now racing bikes.
VR¦46 has no children at this time.
Since his dominance in 500 cc and MotoGP, Rossi has used the nickname "The Doctor." This has been attributed to his "cold and clinical dismantling of his opponents" as well as his cool and calm composure in racing compared to his frenetic days in 125 cc and 250 cc where his performance was erratic and dangerous, resulting in numerous crashes.
Two theories prevail as to why Rossi is entitled to "The Doctor." One is that Rossi adopted the nickname upon having earned a degree, which in Italy entitles one to use the title "Doctor". Another, as spoken by Graziano himself, "The Doctor because, I don't think there is a particular reason, but it's beautiful, and is important, The Doctor. And in Italy, The Doctor is a name you give to someone for respect, it's very important, The Doctor... important".
Although Valentino often jokes that the name arrived because in Italy, Rossi is a common surname for Doctors. These days Rossi rarely crashes and in fact holds the record for the longest streak of consecutive podiums. From September 8, 2002 to April 18, 2004, he stood on the podium at the end of all 23 races including every race in 2003.
In 2004, Mr V Rossi lapped the Sepang circuit in qualifying for the Malaysian Grand Prix in the very quick time of 2:01 (dry), that's 2 mins and 1 sec. In the same year a Mr M Schumacher lapped the same circuit in the death defying time of 1 minute and 33seconds. This is a full 75% of the time a motorcycle takes. Or put another way; a F1 car can do 4 laps in the time a MotoGP cycles can do only 3.
So, that ends that.
P.S. Cars are also fast at top speeds, ref Thrust SSC
Cars are faster accelerators, ref drag racing.
Cars are faster round circuits, ref F1 v MotoGP times. Cars are quicker round bends due to a much higher percentage of tyre contact and downforce which adds up to much greater grip factor. Bikes accelerate faster as they have a better power to weight ratio.
MotoGP bikes tend to have higher top end speeds (200mph+) than their F1 counterparts as the F1 cars sacrifice raw speed for greater downforce through corners.
The two greatest factors determining corner speed are grip from tyres (mechanical) and downforce (aerodynamics). Bikes suffer from having curved tyres with relatively low contact area and no meaningful aerodynamic downforce, thus vastly increased lap times.
Incidentally, this places greater emphasis on rider skill.
The f1 car is faster every where corners straights overall track.F1.The f1 cars top speed is 229mph AntÃ´nio Pizzonia of BMW WilliamsF1. Motogp.The motogp bikes top speed is 217mph recorded by pedrosa of Honda repol. all this evidence has shown that the f1 car is faster than the motogp bike in all areas.
But also don't forget that if they race on a track with slight turns going back and forth (turns leading into turns) where the car must turn back and forth and the bike can rip a straight line through, the bike will be more than 25% faster.
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The official top speed of a MotoGP bike is 349.228kph (~216.55mph). It was set in Mugello by Dani Pedrosa in 2009. The previous record of 343kph was held by Makoto Tamada at the Shanghai circuit back in 2006 on a 990cc Honda.
For 2009, including money from sponsors & salary from Yamaha, Rossi will earn 38 million dollars.