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Maverick Vinales tight-lipped on future MotoGP plans

While joining some of his rivals for a training session in Barcelona earlier this week, Maverick Vinales naturally faced questions about his MotoGP future. Crash MotoGP Podcast - Click here to listen to Keith Huewen, Harry Benjamin and our own Pete McLaren talk MotoGP Frustrated by a lack of consistency on the M1, the Qatar winner's frustration reached rock-bottom with a last place finish at the Sachsenring. Although back on the podium a week later at Assen, the nine-time MotoGP race winner duly confirmed a split from the Factory Yamaha team at the end of this season, halfway through his current contract. With most MotoGP seats already occupied until 2023, Aprilia are the favourites to...
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