Jerry Burgess gets up at 5am on a race weekend. He heads for the computer, switches it on and combs the data, seeking something that might give Valentino Rossi's Yamaha YZR-M1 a microsecond's advantage on the track. He's 50 years old, but he
the following year was certainly something I don't think any of us will ever forget.What's the key to the Rossi/Burgess success?Experience, understanding what each other wants and the quality to work through problems methodically. How long did it take for you
ONE man who will surely know the condition of Valentino Rossi's fitness is Jerry Burgess and in an interview with Spanish TV has commented that his rider will be at '90% fitness for Estoril'.The lingering shoulder injury has paid factor
THE experienced crew chief to Valentino Rossi, Jeremy Burgess, has said that MotoGP’s upgrade to 1000cc is a step backwards in terms of rider safety and further factory involvement.In an exclusive interview with The Adelaide Advertiser, Burgess said
At the start of this year, some brave souls picked Rossi as their potential champ, with the one big question mark being the Yamaha M1. As history now states, Rossi did indeed win MotoGP at his first Yamaha attempt, in what will go down as one of the great team efforts ever. We sh...
They are lodgings that are utterly without charm, and on a dark night, one of the last places on earth you’d like to be holed up. In Valentino Rossi’s own words, the Motegi track hotel in Japan is a “faintly disturbing place” which looks like the Overlook hotel from The Shining. ...
, according to Rossi himself, are his manager Gibo Badioli, his team-manager Davide Brivio, his crew chief Jerry Burgess, and best friend Ucio Salucci. Vale and his people are quick to point out that everyone else matters as well, but as Valentino has said
VALENTINO ROSSI'S MotoGP crew chief Jeremy Burgess has given an insight into the Italian's first impressions of the 2011 Ducati Desmosedici following post-season testing in Valencia.Rossi has been prevented by a contractual clause with Yamaha from
FORMER MOTOGP World Champion Valentino Rossi has said his trusted crew chief Jeremy Burgess will stay with the Italian until he retires.Following months of ongoing speculation as to whether the legendary Australian would join Rossi at Ducati in 2011
MOTOGP mechanical guru Jeremy Burgess has spoken of the differences of working with current MotoGP champ Valentino Rossi and former 500cc World Champion Mick Doohan.Burgess, who has been instrumental in both riders' string of world titles, says
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