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Yamaha boss Lin Jarvis doubts MotoGP will ever go fully electric

Yamaha team boss Lin Jarvis says he is doubtful MotoGP will ever be replaced by Dorna's electric support series MotoE, but admits it could take over another class in the world championship. From 2019, the MotoE World Cup will form part of the support bill at select European rounds, with races set to feature 18-rider grids backed by MotoGP's seven satellite teams and a leading squad from Moto2 and Moto3. Speaking on the subject prior to the 2017 season finale in Valencia, Jarvis believes Dorna is right to pursue electric power but is not convinced MotoGP will ever go in this direction. The Yamaha boss also feels electric bikes will take a more prominent role in forms of racing...
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