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Braking gains for Maverick Vinales, turning next target

Maverick Vinales and Aprilia made it five different MotoGP manufacturers in the top five on the final day of official 2021 track action, at Jerez. But while rival factories face a race against time to select their engine designs for next season, it's less critical at Aprilia, which remains free to develop throughout 2022 as part of the technical Concessions package. With that in mind, while test rider Lorenzo Savadori evaluated a series of new aerodynamics, with a revised exhaust and chassis also on show, Vinales' main priority was to work with the electronics to improve his braking. "We didn't try anything specific, we just tried to improve the feeling, especially on braking. It's...
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