The numbers of Valentino Rossi, within the reach of very few rivals


Valentino Rossi gets off the bike and the legend begins

Valentino Rossi gets off the bike and the legend begins

Cheste (Valencia), Nov 14 (EFE) .- Italian Valentino Rossi retires from active competition with a sporting record within the reach of very few, both in terms of world titles, nine, as well as victories, 115, over 26 seasons and a whopping 432 contested great prizes.

With nine world championships in his personal account, only his compatriot Giacomo Agostini, with 15 titles, and the Spanish Ángel Nieto, with 12 + 1, surpass him in that aspect, while he occupies the third position along with motorcycling myths such as his compatriot Carlo Ubbiali and Briton Mike Hailwood.

The sports record of Valentino Rossi is as follows:

World titles:

125 cc (1997). Champion in the Czech Republic is proclaimed.

250 cc (1999). Champion was proclaimed in Rio de Janeiro.

500 cc (2001). Champion in Australia was proclaimed.

MotoGP (2002 -Río de Janeiro-, 2003 -Sepang-, 2004 -Phillips Island-, 2005 -Sepang-, 2008 -Motegi-, 2009 -Sepang-)

First podium:

500 cc 2000 Spain

MotoGP 2004 South Africa

250 cc 1998 Spain

125 cc 1996 Austria

235 Podiums in total:

199 MotoGP / 500 cc

21 250 cc

15 125 cc

115 wins:

89 500 cc / MotoGP

14 250 cc

12 125 cc

67 second places:

61 500 cc / MotoGP

5 250 cc

1 125 cc

53 third places:

49 500 cc / MotoGP

2 250 cc

2 125 cc

First best ranking of workouts:

500 cc 2001 South Africa

250 cc 1999 Malaysia

125 cc 1996 Czech Republic

First fastest lap in the race:

500 cc 2000 South Africa

250cc 1998 Malaysia

125 cc 1996 France

96 fastest laps in the race:

76. 500 cc / MotoGP

11. 250 cc

.9. 125 cc

Seasonal results:

2021 MotoGP / Yamaha 18

2020 MotoGP / Yamaha 15

2019 MotoGP / Yamaha 7

2018 MotoGP / Yamaha 3

2017 MotoGP / Yamaha 5

2016 MotoGP / Yamaha 2

2015 MotoGP / Yamaha 2

2014 MotoGP / Yamaha 2

2013 MotoGP / Yamaha 4

2012 MotoGP / Ducati 6

2011 MotoGP / Ducati 7

2010 MotoGP / Yamaha 3

2009 MotoGP / Yamaha 1 / CHAMPION

2008 MotoGP / Yamaha 1 / CHAMPION

2007 MotoGP / Yamaha 3

2006 MotoGP / Yamaha 2

2005 MotoGP / Yamaha 1 / CHAMPION

2004 MotoGP / Yamaha 1 / CHAMPION

2003 MotoGP / Repsol Honda 1 / CHAMPION

2002 MotoGP / Repsol Honda 1 / CHAMPION

2001 500cc / Honda 1 / CHAMPION

2000 500cc / Honda 2

1999 250 cc / Aprilia 1 / CHAMPION

1998 250 cc / Aprilia 2

1997 125 cc / Aprilia 1 / CHAMPION

1996 125 cc / Aprilia 9.

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