This will almost certainly have been the most interesting and tough year that the great Valentino Rossi has faced. This 2011 has marked The Doctor for the remainder of his sports career - which I hope will last much longer -. And precisely in these toughest moments is when the thousands of staunch fans and motorcycling fans in general show all their love and support for what many consider the best rider in history. Well, to make the task easier and brighten up Christmas Valentino Rossi will give a live interview online on December 21.
It will be possible thanks to the efforts of its biggest sponsors; AGV and Dainese. From today, and thanks to the website enabled for the occasion, all of us who want to can send our questions and reflections to Valentino. Of all of them, written in whatever language, come from where they come, a selection will be made with the best or most interesting so that the interview is at the height of the interviewee.
All you have to do is go to the wall of Dainese's Facebook page or write a comment on the article on the brand's official website. Do you already know what you would like to ask? Think wisely. We will be attentive so as not to miss any detail.
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