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MotoGP Gossip: Vinales admits leaving Suzuki for Yamaha was a ‘mistake’

Following last year’s mid-season split from Yamaha, MotoGP rider Maverick Vinales has admitted that leaving Suzuki to join the Iwata-based manufacturer was a mistake.  The current Aprilia rider made a great start to 2021 as he won the season opener in Qatar, however, things quickly unravelled for the Spaniard who failed to score another podium until round nine in Assen. The first and second place finishes were his only podium results throughout the year - did miss two races - which is his worst return since his rookie season in 2015.  Vinales and Yamaha decided to cut ties following the first of two rounds in Austria as the 26 year-old was seen over-revving his M1 engine during the...
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