Valentino Rossi is still very motivated to conquer the Ducati so that could change the team based in Bologna, Italy, came back into the motor world champion. Similarly, the views of former factory Yamaha boss Davide Brivio, who admitted that Rossi had changed his perspective in the competition for the 2011 season.
Indeed, the facts show that Rossi was in time of trouble since joining Ducati. "The Doctor" has not been able to make major changes to develop a Desmosedici so they are still falling.
However, Brivio have optimism that Rossi will be out of the difficulties confronting because seven times MotoGP world champion has a mental problem such as steel in the face now. Little proof, a former Honda and Yamaha rider was able to slowly cut the gap to Casey Stoner, who is very powerful to use the Honda RC212V, as well as with the Yamaha YZR-M1 mounts world champion Jorge Lorenzo.
"He's still very motivated and he saw the Ducati to work very hard. Valentino worked very hard although it has changed his views. Not in the habit Valentino if only to fight for the top five or six. But her work is in progress and it took some time in the development process," says Brivio, Rossi, who had been a manager, told MCN.
"Valentino is a racer and he wants to win tomorrow. But he must be patient. Now he needs patience in this project, which had never experienced in his career. To be sure, he was in trouble for this, because for years he won and world champion.
"Now he must change his thinking. Luckily, he's more mature now, so maybe he can solve problems better, and the fact that he had won many victories to give the sense you are still confident."