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Quartararo relaxed over Yamaha MotoGP engine mileage

Fabio Quartararo admits his MotoGP engine mileage is "not the best", but isn't fearing a pitlane start penalty that Yamaha counterpart Maverick Vinales has received for the European Grand Prix. Yamaha was forced to exceed Vinales' engine allocation for the season at Valencia on Friday and fit a fresh sixth unit over fears of the durability of his already well-worn remaining motors. Owing to a technical issue at Jerez at the start of the season and two of his engines proving to be illegal, Vinales has had just two engines to use since the second Jerez round. Quartararo has had just three at his disposal since Jerez, but only unsealed his fifth and final engine at the Catalan...
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