Valentino Rossi: Indianapolis is a difficult circuit

Actually Indianapolis is not a favorite circuit Valentino Rossi. Ducati's rider is preparing and the Desmosedici GP11.1 steed, to perform optimally in the United States MotoGP, this week.
Valentino Rossi

Valentino Rossi
admitted that he had difficulty to conquer along the 4.216 km circuit is. Although he could reach the podium one in 2008 while still carrying the flag of the Yamaha team. Now, the Italian rider must use Desmosedici GP11.1 that is still under development.

"Indianapolis is a difficult circuit and of course, not one of my favorites. So, let's see how our performance there with the Ducati," Rossi said as reported by Crash, Wednesday, August 24, 2011.

In the 11 series in Brno, 14 Agutus, drivers who are familiar nicknamed The Doctor started the race from the sixth starting position and finish in the same order. Reflecting the results, the holder of seven-times MotoGP world champion continued to do some repairs on the bike.

"We did a slight improvement in Desmosedici GP11.1 throughout the race at Brno, so we see how the results on the next race. Although it is difficult, but I am always happy to race in America and I enjoy the atmosphere and the fans there, which is always enthusiastic," said team co-host driver, Nicky Hayden.

Throughout this season, Valentino Rossi was recorded only once on the podium at Le Mans Circuit, France, on May 15, after finishing at number three. Now, drivers 32 years was ranked fourth standings with 118 points, or just 8 points ahead of Repsol Honda rider Dani Pedrosa, who is one rank below.