Valentino Rossi believes MotoGP has returned to pre-Rossi popularity levels
Valentino Rossi believes that MotoGP has regained the same level of popularity it had before he joined the sport. According to the legendary racer, the championship has been able to maintain and even surpass its past glory, and he attributes this success to the many exciting new riders that have emerged in recent years.
Rossi, who is widely regarded as one of the greatest racers in MotoGP history, made his debut in the championship back in 2000. Since then, he has become an icon of the sport and has helped to bring it to new heights of popularity around the world.
In an interview, Rossi noted that there had been a dip in MotoGP's popularity in the years immediately after his arrival. However, he says that the championship has now bounced back and is enjoying a level of success that rivals its heyday.
Rossi is quick to point out that this resurgence is due in no small part to the many talented riders that have emerged in the sport in recent years. He believes that these racers have brought a new level of excitement and competition to MotoGP, helping to draw in new fans and maintain the interest of existing ones.
With new talent emerging all the time, Rossi is optimistic about the future of the sport. He believes that MotoGP will continue to thrive and grow in popularity, thanks to the dedication and skill of the riders, teams, and fans who make it all possible.