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Why revised Le Mans MotoGP schedule is important for Vinales

Maverick Vinales says this weekend's revised French Grand Prix schedule, in which MotoGP will race before Moto2, will be an important opportunity to understand the behaviour of his Yamaha. Vinales has typically struggled with grip in the early parts of races on his Yamaha, forcing him into recovery rides after showing race-winning pace throughout practice. This proved to be the case at the San Marino GP, when he went from setting a record lap in qualifying to being a "kitty" in the race when he finished 5.3 seconds off Yamaha-mounted race winner Franco Morbidelli in sixth. A change in approach in practice for the second Misano race, where Vinales focused exclusively on high fuel...
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