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- Dec 17, 2018 - Valentino Rossi can't accept “his moment is over” after failing to win a single race last season, claims Honda MotoGP boss Alberto Puig.
Valentino Rossi admits he was “devastated” that his victory bid in the Malaysian Grand Prix ended in a crash, which he described as his “first mistake of the season”.
Rossi took the lead from poleman Johann Zarco at the start and led for 16 laps before crashing with three laps to go, as he started to come under pressure from eventual winner Marc Marquez.
If he had held on to win, it would have been Rossi’s 90th victory and his first for 28 races, having last won at Assen in 2017.
Although he subsequently remounted, Rossi could only finish 18th, which marked the second time he has failed to score points this year, following his controversial clash with Marquez in Argentina that left him down in 19th.
“We have to say that is my first mistake of the season because I arrive always at the end, except in Argentina,” said Rossi.
“Maybe is the worst moment [for the mistake], I am devastated for the crash.
“On the other side I am also happy because anyway we live the dream for 15 laps, and after the victory of my brother [Luca Marini in Moto2] also could’ve been a great day, but it’s like this.
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“For one side I am very happy for the race because is the best race of the season for me and is also coming in difficult condition and in a difficult track for us. This is very important.
“On the other side is a great shame, I am very disappointed for the mistake and make a race like this and go home with zero point is frustrating.”
Rossi was unable to give an explanation for his crash, but said it was induced by the rear, not the front, tyre sliding.
“I don’t know, we have to check,” he said.
“I push for sure but I push for 15 laps the same.
“When I touch the throttle, slide the rear and I don’t expect sincerely because usually I am more worried about the front. I was a lot on the edge, the rear slide a bit much and the bike go down.”
By failing to score, Rossi also lost the fight to runner-up to Ducati rider Andrea Dovizioso, who had a low-key run to sixth, and is only two points ahead of Yamaha team-mate Maverick Vinales heading into the Valencia finale.
“Today the result can be very important also for the championship,” he said.
“If I don’t win and I arrive second, I close the third place with Maverick also I can be five points from Dovi for second.
“Now we have to fight Maverick in Valencia for third place.”
Valentino Rossi has reignited his rivalry with reigning MotoGP world champion Marc Marquez by claiming that the Honda rider has “destroyed” the sport, following their latest clash at the Argentine Grand Prix.
Nine-time world champion Rossi was taken out of Sunday’s Grand Prix when a recovering Marquez rode into the side of his Yamaha and forced him onto the wet grass, leaving him little option than to fall off late in the race.
The move saw Marquez hit with a 30-second penalty that dropped him from fifth to 18th and out of the points, having already served a ride-through penalty for riding the wrong way around the track after stalling his bike on the grid. The Spaniard was penalised for “irresponsible riding”, having already been told to give Aleix Espargaro back a place for squeezing the KTM rider off the track, but Rossi refused to let Marquez off the hook lightly and issued a strong response to his on-track antics after the race.
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'This is a very bad situation, because he destroyed our sport, because he [doesn't] have any respect for his rivals, never,' Rossi said.
'When you go 300kmh on the track, you have to have a respect for your rival, you have to be strong, you have to make the maximum, but [doing it] like this is over.
'If you take what's happened this weekend - one by one, can happen to everybody. You can make a mistake in braking, you can touch the other guy - [this] happens - this is racing.
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'But from Friday morning, he [did] this with [Maverick] Vinales, [Andrea] Dovizioso. He [did] this with me on Saturday morning - and today in the race he [went] straight to four riders, because he [does this] purposely.
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'It is not a mistake, because he points the leg - between the leg and the bike - because he knows he [doesn't] crash but you crash - he hopes that you crash. So if you start to play like this, you raise the level to a very dangerous point, because if all the riders race like this, without any respect for rivals, this is a very dangerous sport and [it will] finish in a bad way.'
Rossi, a veteran of 17 full seasons in the premier class and currently riding his 22nd season of Grand Prix racing, went one step further by admitting that the prospect of racing directly against Marquez is one that makes him fear for his safety.
'I'm scared - I'm scared on the track when I am with Marquez,” he added. “I'm scared today when I see his name on the board, because I know that he comes to me [and] I know already. You have to think, to hope that you don't crash.'
Marquez attempted to enter Rossi’s garage after the race to apologise for causing the accident at Turn 13, only for Yamaha team members to deny him entry, and he defended his action by insisting he “didn’t make anything crazy” and that any contact during the race was not deliberate.
'Today what happened to Valentino was a mistake, [a] consequence of the track conditions because I locked the front,' Marquez said, with the Grand Prix taking place in changeable conditions on a drying Autodromo Termas de Rio Hondo track.
'You needed to understand how the track condition was - of course in that line [it] was dry but I [took the] wet patch, locked the front, released the brakes.
'Okay, I had the contact - I tried to turn and then when I see that he crashed I just try to say sorry.
'If you check - [Johann] Zarco with Dani [Pedrosa], [Danilo] Petrucci with Aleix [Espargaro]. Today was quite difficult but it doesn't matter - I did my 100 per cent and of course [it was a] tricky Sunday.'
The dispute between the pair is the complete opposite of their clash at the end of the 2015 MotoGP season when Rossi was adjudged to have deliberately forced Marquez wide during the penultimate race in Malaysia, resulting in his rival crashing out and landing himself with a grid penalty for the final Grand Prix that sent him to the back of the grid after qualifying, allowing then-teammate Jorge Lorenzo to claim the title.