Movistar Yamaha MotoGP's Italian rider Valentino Rossi rides during the Moto GP first free practice during the Moto Grand Prix of Aragon at the Motorland circuit in Alcaniz on September 22, 2017. / AFP / JAVIER SORIANO
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Motorcycling legend Valentino Rossi completed two practice sessions Friday for the Aragon Grand Prix, a mere 21 days after surgery on a double leg fracture and claimed he felt comfortable being back in business.The nine-time world champion, given the all-clear to take part after passing a mandatory medical examination at the MotorLand Aragon circuit, took it easy in the opening session staged in damp conditions.He completed seven laps to test his fitness, returning for the second session in which he managed another 13 laps as he bids to line up in Sunday's race.Rossi, who had completed 20 training laps in Misano Tuesday, came in 20th, over two seconds back.
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