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Yamaha reliability problems ‘a cause for concern'- Jarvis

Yamaha Racing Managing Director Lin Jarvis concedes that the Japanese manufacturer’s spate of recent engine issues is “a cause for concern” following two retirements in two MotoGP races this season. Yamaha have already gone through the entire five-engine allocation given for this season across just the first two race weekends at Jerez given its problems. Valentino Rossi and Franco Morbidelli retired from the Spanish and Andalucian grand prix’s respectively after suffering major engine failures from top ten positions, with both engines-as well as Maverick Vinales’ Spanish GP race unit-sent back to Yamaha’s base in Japan for testing. This means that all three engines are no...
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