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Yamaha engine situation 'cause for concern'

Celebrations for Yamaha's first MotoGP 1-2-3 finish since Australia 2014 at Jerez on Sunday were tinged with concern at having already 'lost' three engines. Check out the Crash MotoGP YouTube channel - CLICK HERE Franco Morbidelli was the latest victim, suffering a near-identical race exit to countryman Valentino Rossi one week earlier at the same circuit. Morbidelli lost power as he accelerated along the main straight on lap 17 of 25. The Petronas rider had been holding fourth place, between Rossi and Maverick Vinales. The retirement not only denied Morbidelli a potential first-ever MotoGP rostrum but, with Ducati's Francesco Bagnaia later black-flagged from second with his own engine...
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