Valentino Rossi’s career has been nothing short of extraordinary. The son of a motorcycle racer, the Italian phenom displayed a predisposition for racing early on in life. He started with a regional Kart championship in 1990 and the winning never ceased. Considered the greatest motorcycling rider of all time, Rossi has 7 elite-level world titles to his name (and 10 overall). Now one of the elder statesman of the sport, "The Doctor" continues to appear on podiums and challenge for world titles year after year.
When he’s not racing MotoGP, Rossi can still be found dabbling in four wheel motorsports, participating in the occasional Sports Car race and the prominent Monza Rally Show. Aside from his racing pursuits, Vale has also invested his time and personal fortune in developing the next great Italian motorcyle racers, starting the VR46 Rider's Academy.
- 7x MotoGP World Champion
- 88x MotoGP Race Winner
- 2001 – 500cc World Champion
- 1999 – 250cc World Champion
- 1997 – 125cc World Champion
Oakley, Yamaha Factory Racing, Monster Energy, Iveco, YamaLube, Semakin Di Depan
Motocross, rally, karting, sports car racing, snowboard