Valentino Rossi expresses his love of the 60′s

Valentino Rossi says he wishes he was raised in the 60's

Valentino Rossi says he would have loved to live in the 60′s

Valentino Rossi, the Italian professional motorbike racer and multiple MotoGP World Champion has expressed that he would love to have been raised in the 60′s. One of the most successful motorbike racers of all time, with 9 Grand Prix World Championships under his belt, has said that he believes his life on and off the track would have been better if he had been born in the early 60′s, like Kevin Schwantz, who is his hero.

In  a World exclutive interview that will be available for motorbike fans across the globe to read from Wednesday the 20th of March,  Valentino Rossi made these comments. He went on to say that he would have loved to have been involved in those fantastic 500 days and fight for one season, with his hero Schwantz, Gardner, Lawson, Doohan and Rainey. He expressed that he thought life was a lot more easy back then and a lot more fun compared to nowadays.

He carried on saying that he would love to be young like when his father (Graziano) was young. He had a great group of friends, similar to Valentino , he also said that him and his father and their friends go to dinner together . Though he said that 30 years on and listening to some of the stories that his father and his friends tell them, it seemed as though it was really funny and he would have liked to have been a part of it.

The Valentino Rossi interview is available from Wed 20th March

The interview also covers Valentino Rossi’s plans for how long he intends to continue in motorbike racing, what his girlfriend bought him for Christmas and his plans for a family. So if you are a motorbike fan, or a Rossi fan in particular, then keep a look out for the interview from Wednesday.

 

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