"yamaha prepare ammunition for aragon"

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MotoGP 2017

MotorLand Aragon, Valentino Rossi has chosen to show up in MotorLand Aragon GP which occurred September 2017 in Spain. Nonetheless, the damage condition that has not by any stretch of the imagination recuperated constrained the Movistar Yamaha hustling group to get ready 'plan B'.
Rossi chose to show up in MotorLand Aragon after melakoni test at Misano prior this week in new condition recuperating damage. Be that as it may, as indicated by the Yamaha circuit in Aragon has an all the more depleting character so the likelihood of Rossi couldn't complete the race.

"It stays to be seen whether Valentino Rossi can complete the entire race this end of the week, particularly in light of the fact that MotorLand Aragon has a major rise change If Rossi feels his damage disturbs, at that point Michael van der Mark will enter as a substitution racer," said Movistar Yamaha manager Massimo Meregalli .

"Provided that this is true, the group will do their most extreme to help him (Michael van der Mark) conform to the YZR-M1 when possible.He (Michael van der Mark) did not get an opportunity to test his bicycle some time recently, so it will be exceptionally fascinating yet additionally an intriguing end of the week for him, "proceeded with Massimo Meregalli.

Michael van der Mark is a Superbike racer designated by Yamaha to supplant Rossi at Aragon. The 24-year-old Dutch driver consequently severed developing theory, calling Alex Lowes or Katsuyuki Nakasuga a substitution for Rossi.

Yamaha Movistar rider Valentino Rossi decided to leave for Spain to follow MotoGP Grand Prix race this weekend. The 7-time world champion will go down in the first free practice (FP 1) to make sure he is ready for the race or not.

"In the end I decided to go to Aragon and will try to drive my M1 this weekend," he said in a Yamaha statement released by Reuters on Wednesday (20/09/2017) night.

"If I am declared eligible to go up, I will get a real answer after FP1 (first free practice on Friday), because driving M1 will be a much bigger challenge, we'll see," Rossi continued.

Valentino Rossi, who broke his right foot three weeks ago, has started returning to Monday-Tuesday (18-19 / 9/2017). The Italian rider was able to complete 20 laps on the Misano circuit in two days. Rossi then returned to medical treatment on Wednesday (20/09/2017) and decided that although his legs have not healed completely, but showed a positive development.

Despite having decided to leave for Spain, but Rossi still have to pass a mandatory physical examination by medical officers at Circuit MotorLand Aragon, before participating in the race. Going down in the Aragon GP is quite important for Rossi who missed the San Marino GP. He is now ranked fourth in the standings 42 points from top standings, Marc Marquez, under Andrea Dovizioso, and Maverick Vinales. The Doctor seeks to improve the ratings in the remaining five races.

Yamaha team director Massimo Meregalli said that it remains to see whether Valentino Rossi can finish the whole race this weekend. Because, MotorLand Aragon Circuit is very demanding fitness because of the change in height is great. "If Vale (Rossi) feels that his injury causes him to be too uncomfortable, then Michael van der Mark will enter as a replacement racer," he said.

Dutch Superbike rider Van der Mark, 24, has never ridden a MotoGP bike before. He has previously competed in seven 125cc races (now Moto3) in 2010 and the 2011 Moto2 round. Van de Mark is also the winner of three times Suzuka's eight-hour endurance race and has been racing on the Spanish circuit seven times with World Superbikes and other supporting series.