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Rossi ‘had to push' Yamaha for setup changes following Spanish GP struggles

Valentino Rossi says it is “unfortunate” how hard he had to push Yamaha to make changes to the set-up of his M1 ahead of the Andalucian MotoGP at Jerez. Rossi struggled at the first Jerez race-the Spanish grand prix-relative to his other Yamaha counterparts, rolling around in tenth in the closing stages before an engine problem ended his day for good. Team-mate Maverick Vinales meanwhile went on to score a strong second place despite having to baby his soft front tyre, while the satellite Petronas SRT machine of Fabio Quartararo went on to dominate the event to secure his maiden premier class success. The seven-time MotoGP champion was therefore keen to make changes to his machine in...
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