Yamaha MotoGP rider Valentino Rossi of Italy blocks his ears during free practice 1 before the Australian Grand Prix on Phillip Island October 16, 2015. REUTERS/Brandon Malone
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The breathtaking renaissance of Valentino Rossi may be traced back to his last visit to Australia, so it is fitting that the Italian MotoGP great can all but seal an eighth premier class championship at Phillip Island Sunday.The championship has been reduced to a two-horse race between Rossi and teammate Jorge Lorenzo with three rounds to go and 18 points separating the riders.Rossi returns to Phillip Island to defend what seemed the most unlikely of race titles.That gave Rossi his sixth premier class win in Australia and first at Phillip Island in 10 years.
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