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Italian motorcycling legend Valentino Rossi heads to the Sachsenring for Sunday's German MotoGP looking to claim his first victory on the famous circuit since 2009 and take another step toward a 10th world title in all categories.The exuberant 36-year-old Yamaha rider returned to top form a fortnight ago when he prevailed in a thrilling duel with defending world champion Marc Marquez in the Dutch MotoGP and crucially ended the four race winning run of his teammate Jorge Lorenzo.The victory gave Rossi his third win of the season and a 10-point advantage over Lorenzo as he chases his seventh MotoGP crown.Rossi may be winless at the Sachsenring since 2009 – the last of his four wins in the race – but he finished fourth here last year and claimed a podium place with third in 2013 .
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