Valentino Rossi Enduro Crash UpdateUPDATE: Valentino Rossi had his second day of riding at Misano on Tuesday, though this time the weather was better and he got 20 laps in aboard the YZF-R1M. His team reports that Rossi felt more confident, and will undergo a medical evaluation to see if he’s fit for Sunday’s Aragon MotoGP.
Just 18 days following a double fracture to his right leg sustained during an enduro crash
, Valentino Rossi was back on the track.
The Movistar Yamaha MotoGP pilot completed four laps aboard a Yamaha YZF-R1M
street bike at Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli.The reason of the testing was to evaluate the nine-time World Champion’s condition prior to this weekend’s Aragon Grand Prix at Motorland Aragon, round 14 of 18. But rain halted any further riding, and the evaluation of the 38-year-old Italian’s physical condition was inconclusive.
As for participating in this weekend’s Aragon MotoGP
, Yamaha says Rossi “will decide by the end of Wednesday, September 20, whether he will attempt to take part in this weekends Gran Premio Movistar de Aragón.”