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It is easy to see him smile. Although this Thursday, in San Marino, near home, where he announced that it will leave the bikes when you finish the Championship, his sympathy joined you certain air of nostalgia. Loris Capirossi (38 years; Bologna, Italy) says goodbye: this will be my last Grand Prix in Italy and Valencia will be the last of my career, it was announced. It has been left at the gates of the hundred of podiums, but he does so much that it became stalled at number 99 – his locker is empty since mid-2008 and its best position this year was a ninth in Catalonia, which has taken the most difficult decision of his career after 324 Grands Prix and 29 victories in 22 seasons. Capirossi, three times world champion (two in 125cc, in 1990 and 1991; and 250cc in 1998), still hold the honor of being the youngest driver to win a title. He did so at 17 years old. Today is MotoGP veteran. Source of the news:: the grandfather of MotoGP announces his goodbye.