What bikes does Valentino Rossi own?

Currently, Rossi rides the Yamaha YZR-M1. The bike is a monster of a machine. Its recent specifications include a 1000cc liquid-cooled in-line four-cylinder engine, which delivers 240HP. It has a six-speed transmission.
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Does Rossi have a factory bike?

Rossi, who finished a career-worst 15th in the standings in a 2020 season disrupted by crashes and a COVID-19 diagnosis, will retain a factory-spec bike after his move to the Petronas squad, while Morbidelli will continue with an older-spec Yamaha M1.
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Does Valentino Rossi have a road bike?

He uses both of Yamaha's sportsbikes, the 599cc YZF-R6 supersport offering as well as the firm's flagship superbike in the YZF-R1M.
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What bike does Rossi ride on the street?

The Yamaha YZF-R1M is the closest you can get to being nine-time world champion Valentino Rossi.
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What cars does Valentino Rossi own?

Rossi owns a couple of super sport cars like the Ferrari 458 Italia and the BMW M3, but that's not all. He has a personal Pershing 56 yacht. All this put together amount to something close to $1,000,000. Other cars owned by Rossi include Porsche, Bentley and Lamborghini, which only add more value to his worth.
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How much does a MotoGP bike cost?

The current cost of a Moto GP bike for 2020

A MotoGP 1000 cc bike has a build-up cost of $4 million. The engine parts alone are $425,000 with $25,000 in valuable parts, $15,000 for the tires, a range between $25,000 to $100,000 for the accident cost.
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Does Valentino Rossi drive?

Valentino Rossi made a mistake by driving past his pit in an otherwise solid start to his new car racing career on Sunday at the 3 Hours of Imola. The MotoGP legend finished 17th in the GT World Challenge endurance race.
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Why is Kawasaki not in MotoGP?

Originally Answered: Why is Kawasaki not in MotoGP ? MotoGP has become too expensive for Kawasaki, as they wish to race on a production derived motorcycle.
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Which bike is used in MotoGP?

The Honda RC211V started the dawn of the new era of MotoGP. It used a V5 engine, three cylinders in front and two in the rear at a 75-degree angle which made it not just high-powered, but also a balanced bike to ride. 14 wins in 16 races in its debut season proved that this bike is the class of the field.
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What is Valentino Rossi's Favourite bike?

Currently, Rossi rides the Yamaha YZR-M1. The bike is a monster of a machine. Its recent specifications include a 1000cc liquid-cooled in-line four-cylinder engine, which delivers 240HP.
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What bike is Rossi riding 2021?

A confident Valentino Rossi unveiled his 2021 Yamaha M1 as part of the Petronas Yamaha SRT launch this morning, showcasing an updated livery as vibrant as his determination, as he enters his 26th year of MotoGP competition. “I'm really happy to see my new bike for 2021.
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What bike does Marc Marquez ride?

This was a magnificent performance, because he is riding an all-new RC213V, which has undergone a complete redesign for the 2022 season. Marquez is hugely impressed by the new machine but is still getting to know the bike and says he has yet to extract its full potential, which bodes well for the future.
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Are all MotoGP bikes the same?

MotoGP, the top level series, uses 1,000 cc bikes that are limited to four cylinders and a maximum bore of 81 mm. Instead of each manufacturer making their own Moto 2 engine, those bikes all feature the same 600 cc four stroke, which is a Honda CBR600RR motor tuned by a company named ExternPro.
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Why Hayabusa is not used in MotoGP?

Most riders don't have the skill to push the busa to its limit on a motogp track, which is generally a very fast type of track.
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Is MotoGP faster than Superbike?

World Superbikes

Compared to MotoGP, World Superbike machines are slower, heavier and much more like the bikes you see on the road. The series regularly races at the same tracks as MotoGP, providing us with a good comparison of lap times.
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Which is faster Formula 1 or MotoGP?

Formula 1 cars are much faster than MotoGP bikes, and thus the lap times for F1 cars are much shorter than those of MotoGP. F1 cars lap much faster than MotoGP bikes because they have much more downforce, which allows them to corner much faster.
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How many issues does the Rossi bike collection have?

Q - How many issues are in the Rossi Bike Collection? A - We are currently planning to publish 46 issues.
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Why is Rossi called The Doctor?

It was a jokey alias he assumed during his youth as he progressed through the ranks. Rossi often quips that he's called The Doctor because Rossi is such a common surname in Italian medical circles.
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Is Valentino Rossi a father?

More excitingly for Rossi, however, he became a father for the first time over the weekend as he and Francesca Novello welcomed their daughter - Giulietta - into the world… fittingly on 4 March, the first day of track action in Qatar.
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Why did Rossi leave Honda?

When negotiations stumbled, Rossi decided to leave Honda, only later in the process was he attracted by the challenge of winning aboard Yamaha's hopeless YZR-M1, because he wanted to prove that the rider is more important than the bike.
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What is the fastest MotoGP bike?

The Desmosedici GP20 has the highest top speed of any bike in MotoGP 20, easily surpassing 210mph wherever the straights are long enough.
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