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Vinales forced to limit Yamaha MotoGP bike mileage at Valencia

Maverick Vinales says he will have to limit his MotoGP running in the European Grand Prix to preserve his engines, having been forced to do so at Aragon last month. Vinales had unsealed all five engines from his allocation by the second round of the season at Jerez, after one unit was withdrawn over reliability concerns. Since the San Marino GP at the start of September, Vinales has exclusively used his fourth and fifth engines and admits he is "on a really tight line" with mileage. He was forced to limit his running at Aragon, and he admits he "paid" for this because it meant he was unable to properly set up his M1 to the changed track conditions for the Teruel GP....
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