The final and ultimate race held in Ricardo Tormo of Valencia has just been concluded. The results saw Jorge Lorenzo in first podium to have won the race, followed by duo Repsols, Marc Marquez in second position and Dani Pedrosa sealed the last podium.
Meanwhile, the most highlighted race during the weekend, Valentino Rossi, brought home fourth position, failing him to get crowned as 2015 MotoGP world champions. Although he has just missed of becoming 2015 MotoGP world champion, Rossi has recorded some incredible performance in the weekend.
Rossi was required to start the race from the last grid previously. Although the doctor was then advantageous by stepping up one grid forward because of Cal Crutchlow’s troubled bike, the position remained unbenefiting to him. However, with his great performance and skill alike, Rossi has proved that he actually is both the winner and champion.
Rossi has gradually engulfed each of those riders in front of him with style. He speeded up his YZF-M1 in a taming manner as if the M1 really understood the doctor’s desire. Rossi hardly made a mistake during his campaign to chase Lorenzo.
Rossi’s effort in reducing any gap between him and Lorenzo was just fascinating and entertaining as well. The spectacular move by Rossi was the one even two thumbs up should be given to, signifying his extraordinary skill in overtaking.
Finally, Rossi has once again proved that he is the real entertainer as well in MotoGP. MotoGP’s current increasingly higher viewers was caused by Rossi existence. It is now up to MotoGP to capitalize this fact, realizing that any other riders are yet to equalize Rossi for some two-three next years.