Valentino Rossi finishes eighteenth at Monza with the Ferrari 458
Valentino Rossi finishes eighteenth at Monza with the Ferrari 458
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After his disastrous start in the MotoGP World Championship at the circuit of Losail, My colleague Carlos already told us that Valentino Rossi was going to get back in a Ferrari, this time to participate in one of the tests of the Blacpain Endurance Series that were inaugurated in the Monza circuit last weekend, and specifically with a Ferrari 458 GT3. Come on, to relax a little and get rid of that head for a few days. Ducati Desmosedici GP12 that you are giving so much trouble. Well, here the friend, let us remember, was accompanied in this endurance test by his inseparable Alessio Salucci, has been in the eighteenth position, that if we take into account that there were a total of 55 vehicles and that also the race (which you can see the whole below) was played in the wet, we cannot fail to acknowledge the credit.

The race lasted more than three hours for Valentino, as a good endurance race of course, and it should be noted that Valentino and Uccio they started from the tenth position on the grid. At the end of the first hour they occupied an excellent ninth place, but some other problem with Uccio caused that at the end of the second hour they fell to 29th place. But in those, the Rossi that we all know arrived (on motorcycles) and managed to climb to the meritorious eighteenth place in the final hour, but it is better, since in their category, the PRO-Am, they were ninth. Come on, you give Valentino anything with a motor and the kid is not bad.

And after this fun and having enjoyed the weekend in Monza, it's time to return to harsh reality and face the second race of a season that looks as complicated as the last. The next appointment let's remember that it is in Jerez, a circuit that he loves, so hopefully we can see him a little higher up and fighting for more meaningful positions. Of course, to finish we are going to enjoy a video watching Valentino Rossi in action, but with the Ferrari 458 Italia in the Blacpain Endurance Series, and as a gift as I was saying, the entire race, in case someone has nothing to do in the next three hours, hehe. Not bad in cars no, but let's hope it lasts a few more years on both wheels, that we will all win.

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