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Lorenzo could ride satellite Yamaha in 2019

Three-time MotoGP world champion Jorge Lorenzo could wind up on a satellite Yamaha bike next year, with opportunities dwindling for him to secure a factory team spot. Lorenzo, who secured all 44 of his MotoGP wins and all three of his titles as a works Yamaha rider, has struggled to replicate his frontrunning form since switching to Ducati on a two-year deal in 2017. The Spaniard now looks increasingly unlikely to sign a second contract with the Borgo Panigale marque, with Pramac riders Danilo Petrucci and Jack Miller seen as more affordable options. And while Lorenzo had emerged as a candidate to replace Andrea Iannone at Suzuki, that ride now looks earmarked for Moto2 star and fellow...
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