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Yamaha 2020 MotoGP review: The tale of a promising campaign gone awry

In the penultimate edition of the 2020 MotoGP season review, Motorsport Week takes a look back ay what should have been a year of Yamaha domination, one that instead proved to be one of the most inconsistent campaigns of the marque's long history in the pinnacle of grand prix motorcycle racing. Arguably the most disappointed organisation heading into the winter break is Yamaha, the Japanese manufacturer that before 2020 remained the last marque to deny Honda and Marc Marquez the manufacturers and riders title sweep, achieved in co ordinance with Jorge Lorenzo and Valentino Rossi in ’15. With Marquez ruled out of the rest of year early through injury-effectively ending Honda’s chances...
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