Rossi, who wrapped up second place in the MotoGP World Championship behind Marc Marquez in Malaysia, is determined to help Yamaha secure the Manufacturers’ and Team titles this weekend in Spain.
“For me Valencia is always a special race because it is always very challenging. Usually on this track I suffer a bit and it’s not good for me,” Rossi said.
“For this reason I want to be as strong as possible during this weekend, working well with my team and get the best possible result. We are still fighting for the constructor’s and the team’s championship, so I will do my best to collect important points.