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Who improved going back-to-back at Jerez?

What changed during MotoGP's first-ever back-to-back races at the same (Jerez) circuit? Check out the Crash MotoGP YouTube channel - CLICK HERE The answer, at least in terms of the top two riders in qualifying and the races, was not a lot: Fabio Quartararo taking both pole positions and race victories ahead of fellow Yamaha rider Maverick Vinales. Their times in qualifying were slightly slower during the hotter second weekend, yet over a race distance both were just over 1-second faster than the week before (Vinales swapping from the soft to hard front tyre). The most improved rider in qualifying was Tech3 KTM's Miguel Oliveira, who gained 0.620s and twelve grid places in the space of a...
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