Although not successful in the past year, the Italian rider, Valentino Rossi, on Tuesday (1/10/2012) in Rome, said it was like to survive in the Ducati team for the next two years.
"I want to help Ducati achieve something, and after that it may stop. However, I want at least one renewal of a contract for two more years," said the holder of seven world titles MotoGP.
Rossi's contract with the Ducati team will expire at the end of this year. In 2011, Rossi moved from Yamaha to Ducati team and can only occupy the seventh position at the end of the season.
In the 2012 season, Ducati motorcycles 1000 cc prepare and Rossi are the riders who tested the bike. With a new bike, Rossi was determined to become world champion again. Rossi also said he was not interested in returning to the Japanese factory team again.
"Right now I'm not interested in returning to a team of Japanese manufacturers. I and Ducati have started a project and we want to win a title for the Ducati team," said Rossi.