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Yamaha 'not the bike to beat' at Jerez – Quartararo

Fabio Quartararo doesn't believe the Yamaha is the "bike to beat" in MotoGP ahead of the Spanish Grand Prix as last year the M1 lost its "potential" in pack races. The Yamaha is famed for its supreme cornering ability, which was particularly noticeable in qualifying, with Quartararo guiding his M1 to six pole positions across his rookie campaign while Maverick Vinales managed a further three. But its relative lack of power compared to the Honda and Ducatis meant Yamaha riders would often get stuck in the pack during races and couldn't use the key strength of the M1 to maximum effect. Commenting on the performance of the 2020 M1 after he finished second in a Yamaha 1-2...
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