Italy's rider Valentino Rossi competes on his Movistar Yamaha during the MotoGP Free Practice session of the Italy's MotoGP Grand Prix on May 29, 2015 on the Mugello 's racetrack. AFP PHOTO / GABRIEL BOUYS
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Italian motorcycling legend Valentino Rossi, eyeing a 10th world title in all categories, bids to return to the top of the podium in his home MotoGP this weekend.The 36-year-old Yamaha rider – who won the first two MotoGP of the season but has gone winless in the three since then – has seen teammate Jorge Lorenzo close in on his lead in the championship by winning the last two races, Rossi finishing runner-up in France last time out.Rossi leads the standings on 102 points with Lorenzo on 87 and two-time defending champion Marc Marquez, who has struggled thus far this season after his dominant campaign last year, in fourth 33 points adrift of the Italian. Rossi, who won at Mugello on seven successive occasions from 2002-08, is determined to reverse the positions in Sunday's race.
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