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Yamaha on early MotoGP signings: Nobody wants to be 'gazumped'

Get MotoGP news in your inbox! By signing up to the newsletter you agree to receive emails from crash.net that may occasionally include promotional content Leave this field blank With hindsight, did Yamaha move too early in deciding it's 2021 Factory MotoGP team line-up? Maverick Vinales was re-signed on January 28, 2020 (before pre-season testing had begun) with Fabio Quartararo announced as his future team-mate the following day. But it was the other satellite Petronas rider, Franco Morbidelli, who went on to finish the season as top Yamaha. The Italian made a huge leap forward compared to his previous results, claiming three wins, five podiums and title runner-up behind Suzuki's Joan...
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