F1: Valentino Rossi who broke his leg in Italy admitted desire to race third Ferrari in F1
Before breaking his leg on Saturday afternoon in Italy, Valentino Rossi
has expressed interest in driving a third Ferrari
in formula one.
The multiple champion of MotoGP racing has long been linked with a switch to F1 with the Italian team, who have been pushing strongly for a change of rules to allow three-car entries.
Italian Rossi, 31, is quoted by La Gazzetta dello Sport as indicating he does not want to enter formula one as one of Ferrari's two main drivers.
"To have a strong team like Yamaha's (in MotoGP), Ferrari should hire Sebastian Vettel alongside Alonso," he said.
"I would like to explore the possibility of a third car for myself," added Valentino Rossi.
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