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Quartararo: Yamaha ride height 'difficult, not same as Ducati'

If the Jerez race starts were anything to go by, Yamaha's holeshot device is already at least as effective as the proven Ducati system. Check out the Crash MotoGP YouTube channel - CLICK HERE But Yamaha's next target will be to match Ducati by evolving the rear-lowering system so it can also be triggered when needed around the rest of a lap. Those trials continued during Friday practice at Brno, where the Petronas Yamaha of world championship leader Fabio Quartararo was seen squatting on the exit of some corners. The Frenchman later confirmed he had been operating the system on track, but insisted it's not yet ready to race. "I tried, but honestly it is too difficult. It is not the...
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