Valentino “The Doctor” Rossi will start last on the grid at the Valencia Grand Prix. AFP PHOTO / KAZUHIRO NOGI
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The MotoGP season will end Sunday with a race filled with controversy – on and off the track. Valentino Rossi expects an "intense" weekend. After the Malaysian Grand Prix incident, Rossi accused Marquez of ruining his championship in favor of Lorenzo, a fellow Spaniard and the only other title contender.Rossi, unhappy with the punishment that sent him to the back of the grid, initially threatened not to race in Spain, then asked the Court of Arbitration for Sport to dismiss the penalty, a request that was denied on the eve of the first practice session in Valencia Friday.Rossi will have to make it through the field after losing his cool early in the race in Malaysia.MotoGP organizers were doing their best to try to leave last week's events in the past.
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