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Vinales 'more positive' after difficult MotoGP French GP for Yamaha

Maverick Vinales comes away from finishing a distant 10th in the MotoGP French Grand Prix "more positive" and feels he only needed a stronger qualifying for a different result. Sunday's Le Mans race was a bruising one for Yamaha, with the top M1 Fabio Quartararo in ninth, with Vinales trailing him 10th while both Valentino Rossi and Franco Morbidelli crashed out. Having started fifth, Vinales was caught up in Rossi's opening lap crash at the Dunlop chicane and dropped down the order as a result, but recovered to 10th in the end after a late surge in pace. Despite being the second-successive race in which he failed to crack the top eight, Vinales is still only 19 points off the...
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