Circuit director Ricardo Tormo, Gonzalo Gobert-Cezanne, complained about the conditions of MotoGP in the future. This relates to the retirement of Valentino Rossi and the injury to Marc Marquez / Photo: Collage
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This means that the economic situation will be more difficult in the future. “We spoke badly and were afraid of Rossi’s resignation. We have always considered his resignation as a big event,” Gonzalo said, quoted from Motosan, Wednesday (27/7/2022).
“Rossi has a lot of followers in Spain, so does Marc and winning in MotoGP is no longer one hundred percent (will happen) in Spain. It also erodes the ability to pay fans,” he continued.
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Currently Marquez still focused on the recovery process from his arm injury. It is not yet known when the Repsol Honda racer will appear in the 2022 MotoGP iron horse racing event.