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2020 MotoGP Catalunya Grand Prix session timings and preview

MotoGP completes its current triple-header at Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya with the Catalunya Grand Prix. With a sixth different winner from the opening seven races, as Maverick Vinales claimed victory at last weekend's Emilia Romagna GP, the most unpredictable season in MotoGP history has continued as the paddock heads to Barcelona for the rescheduled Catalunya GP. Vinales will be eager to build on win at a track which historically has suited Yamaha riders - but the Spaniard's best result at his home race in the premier class remains fourth place for Suzuki back in 2016. Yamaha's lack of top speed will be tested on the Montmelo circuit's long main straight, while the twisty second and...
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