Rossi Happy With Her New Motor Performance at Sepang Test

By : Aldi Firhand Alqudri | Wednesday, July 26 2017 - 02:32 IWST

Valentino Rossi
Valentino Rossi

INDUSTRY.co.id - Jakarta, Valentino Rossi is happy with the performance of the new Yamaha motorcycle that he has tried on the official test at Sepang Circuit.

Quoted from motorcyclenews, Sunday (5/2/2017), Rossi's statement is slightly different from the initial opinion when he tried his new motor racing in a post-season trial 2016 in Valencia.

At that time, Rossi tend to doubt the new specification motor racing, specifically in the engine. Although from three days training session at Sepang failed to be the fastest, Rossi was impressed with the improvements made Yamaha on his YZR-M1 motorcycle.

"Luckily the bike is better now.The first day is very interesting, our first chance to test the actual bike that I will ride all season," said Rossi.

Rossi revealed, in Japan they have been trying hard to fix my motorcycle, engine, electronic devices, and chassis a little different after my comments on the first sighting.

"I never heard much from Yamaha about what kind of motorcycle will appear, but when I saw the bike for the first time I was impressed," he concluded.

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